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l^arbartr College Itfaratn 



FROM THE GIFT OF 



|. CHARLES JACKSON 

I (CUM Ot i«g>) 



FOR ENGLISH HISTORY AND 
LITERATURE 



^uisisex ^ttib^^cilosical S^octetg* 



SUSSEX 

arrljarologiral CoUrrttons, 



HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE COUNTY. 



snjc Siissrx arciiafological Socictu. 



(g^eneral T^tibty: 

VOLS. I. TO XXV. 

BY HENRY CAMPKIN, F.S.A. 



3TJ88EX: 

GEORGE P. BACON, 

HIGH STEEET, LEWES. 
MDCCCLXJaT. 






Harvard Col] eg-.; Library 

Nov. 27, 1011 

Prom the Gift of 

Charles Jackson 

of Boston 



LSWSS : 
GEO. P. BACOH, PBIirrEB. 






INTRODUCTORY. 



When, after much hesitation, I undertook the compilation of the Index comprised in 
this volume, it was suggested to me that I should, as far as possible, make it a readable 
Index. And this was a pertinent suggestion, for inasmuch as many of the members of 
the Sussex Archjeological Society must possess incomplete sets of the Sussex 
Arch£Ological Collections, it was due to them that they should, subject to the 
legitimate scope of an Index, be made acquainted with the contents of the entire series. 
With this view a readable but at the same time a concise precis has been attempted of 
every contribution in the twenty-five volumes. 

My old friend, Henry Stevens, F.S.A., of bibliographic fame, in the preface to his very 
excellent " Catalogue of my English Library,'* says: "If you are troubled with a pride 
of accuracy, and would have it completely taken out of you, print a catalogue." How 
much more applicable is this seasonable monition to a long Index ! I send this volume 
forth with fear and trembling. Possibly the very first test to which some shrewd 
searcher shall put these labours of mine, may result in failure ; and yet no one, save he 
who has been similarly occupied, can know what an amount of anxious, continuous, 
and conscientious pains is necessary, in order to render the work complete and trust- 
worthy. And, deprecating the reader's anger when he finds himself checkmated in his 
seekings, let him be reminded that amdhg the thousands of references irf the ensuing 
four hundred and twenty -three closely packed pages, a certain, or uncertain, per centage 
of error can hardly have been avoided, for writers and printers are alike human. 

As to the form given to this Index, it is that of a simple alphabet. No attempt at 
classification has been made, beyond this, that under some two or three heads, such as 
Pedigrees, Religious Houses in Sussex, Subsidies, and two or three others equally 
obvious, references are given to all the names and places having relation to such subjects. 
The title of every paper, and the name of every contributor of a paper of any importance, 
have been printed in small capitals, and g^eat care has been taken, also, to accredit every 
contiibutor with his (or her) share of the valuable and interesting contents of the several 
volumes. 

Had the Spelling Bee been an institution in repute among our forefathers, we 
should, perhaps, have had here much more of uniformity, but. much less of amusing 
quaintness, in the orthography which now and then has puzzled the compiler in his 
endeavours to locate some proper names, whose owners would seem to have taxed their 
ingenuity in finding out ever new ways to spell their own patronymic. Thus, to cite 
one instance out of many, the venerable and honoured name of Sackville figures under 
fifteen different forms, llie letters I and Y, again, are convertib le initials through many 



INTRODUCTORY. 

of our earlier manuscripts ; while the Saxon prefixes Athel, and iEthel, and Ethel, show 
another confusing variety.* It may be mentioned, too, that, for greater clearness, all 
words of a glossarial character which fall into the alphabetical arrangement arc printed 
in italics. 

Of the great territorial family names which occur in long succession in this Index, 
some pains have been taken to individualize and localize the more distinguished of those 
of the same stock, by the addition of dates, wherever this could be accomplished without 
the expenditure of too much time in research. Some, however, the Bohuns and the 
Braoses, for instance ; the Shelleys also ; and the Sherleys, Sh/deys, and Shurleys, and 
some others, it was found impossible to discriminate with sufficient accuracy. It 
will be seen, too, that many slips and misstatements in the text have been quietly cor- 
rected in the index-references relating to them.f 

The compilation of Indexes will always, and naturally so, be regarded as a humble 
art : " index-makers in ragged coats of frieze '' are classed by Lord Macaulay as the 
very lowest of the frequenters of the cofiee-houses of the Diyden and Swift era. Yet 
'* *tis my vocation, Hal,*' and into very pleasant companionship it has sometimes brought 
me, and if in this, probably the last of my twenty-five years' labours in this direction, 
I have succeeded in furnishing a fairly practicable key to a valuable set of volumes, 
my frieze coat, how tattered soever signifieth not, will continue to hang upon my 
shoulders not uncomfortably. 

Now, praying my considerate readers to favour me, through Mr. Bacon, with a 
notification of such errors as they may happen to detect, and bespeaking all indulgence 
therefor, I subscribe myself in humble earnestness their most faithful servant, 

H. C. 



* See an interesting foot note in vol. vi. p. 134, on the confusion arising ont of a ourionB mis- 
spelling of the name of Jeyinrton ; and for a choice sample of churchwarden ortho^^raphr, just six 
score years ago, see the requisition for a setxmaeket and the agreement for the hiring ox a parish 
garsl, vol. xxv. p. 124. 

t While touching on this subject, some Sussex historical inquirers maj be glad to learn that 
a statement in Lodge's Irish Peerage (ed. 1789. vol. iv. p. 864) to the eSwt that Frances lady 
Lumley. daughter of Heniy Shdlev of Warminghurst, died in 1657 and was buried in Westminster 
Abbey, is contrary to the fact. Tne Rev. J. H. Sperling, in his czhaustiyo Parochial History of 
Wwtooumt (Suss. Arch. Ooll. vol. zxii. p. h9) gives (ri<;htly. of course) from the parish register, 
the date of her burial as 10 March, 1626, and in a foot note the cause of her premature death is 
mentioned. The lady Lumley who was buried in 1657-8 in Westminster Abber, was Elisabeth, 
ssoond wife of lord Lumley, daughter of Sir William Cornwallis, of Bourne, in Suffolk, and widow of 
Sir William Sandys. The collocation of Bourne (as Westboume was anciently styled), in Sussex, 
and Boome, in Suffolk, may have had something to do with the mistake fallen Into by Lodge, or 
his editor, Arohdall. 



(S^eneral Jnt^tj:. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



The larger ^gures indicate the volumes and the snuUler ones the pages. 



A. 



Abbas, Shah, and the Sherleys, 5, 19. 22. 
Abbendon, Wm, conBrmation to the templars 

of the messuage of, 9, 235. 
Abberton tything, quit rent, 23, 237. 
Abbey Dore, Herefordshire, effigy at, 1, 129. 
" Abbeys" farm, Hurstpierpoint, derivation of 

name, 11, 51 note, 
Abbitt, Susanna, widow, John Oxenbridge's 

third wife, 12, 212. 
Abbot, George, archbishop of Canterbury, 

hospital founded by, 20, 158. 159. 
Abbot, John, incumbent of HoUington, his 

burial entry, 21, 139. Residence, will, &c, 

140. Social status, 144. 
Abbots, non-encroachment agreement be- 
tween certain orders (rf, 9, 160. 
Al'breviatio Placitorumf citations from the, 9, 

344. 365. 
A Becket, Thomas. See Becket, Thomas k. 
Abedell, resignation to Calceto priory of lands 

near, 11, 116. 
Abell, Richard, prior of Calceto, 11, 108. 
Aberbrothoc harbour, collection at Maresfield 

for, 21, 217. 
Aberdare, early ironworks at, 18, 11, 12. 
Aberdeen, salt cod of (1294) 2, 140. 
Abergavenny, enormities of William deBraose 

at, 5, 148. 
Abergavenny arms, inn sign, Frant, 10, 187. 
Abergavenny, Edward, lord (pb, 1622) office 

conferred on John Rowe by, 24, 92. 
Abergavenny (Bergavenny) George, lord (ob. 

1491) tomb of, 2, 13. Lord of Hamsey 

manor, 17, 77. 79. 
Abergavenny, George, lord {ob. 1535) Andrew 

Borde, villein, enfranchised by, 6, 199. 13, 

242 note. Devise to Richard Scras from, 

8, 5. Moiety of manor and park held by, 

25, 80. 
Abergavenny, George, ist earl of (ob, 1785) at 

Halland f eastings, 11, 199. 203. 



Abergavenny, Henry, lord (ob. 1587) furnaces 
and forges held by, 3, 241. 242. Visited by 
GL Eliz. 5, 190. 191. 

Abergavenny, Henry, second earl of (ob. 1843) 
unoourteous to royalty, 21, 22. 

Abergavenny, Johanna, lady, property de- 
volved on, 17, 83. 

Abergavenny, John, lord (ob. 1660) royalist 
compounder, 19, 93. 

Abergavenny, Nevilles, lords; memorials at 
Fletching, 4, 233. Their possessions in 
Ditchling, 13, 242. 248. 16, 135-137. See 
11, II. 67. See also Bergavenny. Neville. 

Abergavenny, William, lord (0^. 1744) mansion 
built by, and sold by a descendant of, 20, 
142, 143. 24, 205 note. His monument 
20, 149. 

Abergavenny, William, 4th earl of (ob. 1868) 
good work contributed to by, 2, 11 note. 
Estate sold by, 25, 81. 

Abertone, Thomas de, 11, 97. 

Abias, Thomas, burial direction of, 12, 95. 

"Ability" rate, levy so called, 19, 51. 

Abingdon abbey, grant of an estate * per cul- 
tdlum' to, 7} 214. 

Abinger family, 17, 66 note, 24, 278 note. 

"Ableacre," Bidlington, given to Sele priory, 
20, 114. 

Ablington, Wilts, bronze blades, &c, found 
in a barrow at, 8, 292. 

Abons, John, token of, 16, 309. 

Abrincis, see Avrenches. 

Abury, temple or circle of stones at, &c, 1, 

i5'-'55-^5^- 9, 113- 114- 
Abyndon, John, rector of Lordington, 23, 15. 
Abyndon, Stephen de, butler to Edw. II, 6, 

45- 

Abyssinian MSS. at Parham, 25, 11. 

Acates, 7» 185. Duties of the sergeant of the 

acatry, 185 note, 
Acelyn of Roden, deed witnessed by, 9, 235. 



ACHELAND, 



[^] 



^LFECH. 



Achelandi Robert and Stephen, presents to 

Edw. II. from, 6» 45. 
Acheson, John, Pevensey, arms quota of, 11, 

227. Husband of his daughter, 24, 87. 91. 
Achilles, the English, 12, 234. 
Achintone manor, Chiddingly, 14, 211. 
Achison, Atchison, or Atchinson, Thomas, Pev- 

ensey, rents paid and lands held by, 24, 

250.251.254.257. 
Acland, Sir Peregrine, estate sold by, 25, 203. 
Acland, Sir T. Dyke, bart, Sussex family re- 
presented by, 5, 47 note, 
Acle (Ockley in Keymer) Gilbert de, grant of 

land by, 9, 86 tiote. 
Aeon, templars at the siege of , 9, 148. 
Aeon, parson, spire and bridge built by, 14, 

14. Demolition of the spire, 17. 
Aeon, W, testimony of, 10, 58. 
Acorn gathering, rate of payment for (1718) 

25, 183. 
Aoquila, see Aquila. 
Acre, Pierpoints at the siege of, 6, 54. Sussex 

knights there, 25, 88. 
Acre, Robert, monumental brass, 23, 136. 
Acres, Hugh de, trust committed to, 17, 143. 
Acrostic, double, on a marriage, 4, 07. 
Acrouch, monumental brass, 23, 165. 
Acton, Alice, 2nd wife of Tho. Jefferay, 14, 220. 
Acton, John, Chiddingly, 14, 235. 
Acutus, Johannes, latinized name of a famous 

English free lance, 9, 288. 
Acworth, James, his letter on Mr Sergison*s 

dismissal from office, 25, 77. 
Adam the cook, rents given to Wilmington 

priory by, 4, 44. 
Adam of Brcme, 18, 9. 
Adam's grave and the tree from which the 

cross was made, 5, 109. 
Adams family, Harriets ham, Kent, 14, 1 1 1 note, 
Adams, John, quaker, imprisoned, 16, 78. 
Adams, Mr, "used very iU," 11, 198. 
Adams, Richard, Lewes, rent paid and land 

held by, 24, 253, 263. 
Adams, Robert, arms quota of, 11, 226. 
Adams, Theophilus and Robert, Bayham 

abbey granted to, 9, 181. 
Adams, Thomas, Lewes property bought and 

sold by, 13, 13. See p. 92, n te 14. 
Adchele, Richard, value of land given to Dure- 

ford abbey by, 8, 68. 
Ad Decimum, Roman station, 13, 3. 
AdderaVs fields, property of the Kidders, 9, 127. 
Addison's play of " The Drummer," founda- 
tion of, 10, 93 note, 13, 220. Tradition 

probably used by him, 16, 57 note. 
Addison, Mr, work on the templars by, 9, 264. 
Addison, see Adison. 
Ade, origin of the name, patriarch and status 

of the family, &c, 25, 104. 
Ade, Charles, on a find of Anglo-Saxon coins 

at Alfriston (including some Chichester 



pennies) 1, 38-42. 15, 167. 21, 92. On 
some urns found at Alfriston, 2, 270, 271. 
See also 22, 67. 68. 72. Roman vases 
figured by, 7, 74. On a Roman urn found 
at Seaford, 9, 368. Pedigree drawn up by, 
13,52 Tiote. Monument desigpried by, 1 7, 240. 

Ade, John Stephen, on a Roman key found at 
Endlewick, 25, 230, 231. 

Ade, Thos (1555) cattle bequeathed by, 3, 1 14. 

Ade, William, will of (1534) social statia of 
himself and his descendants, 3, 109. 

Adeane, John, his testimony in the Durefonl 
abbey case, 7, 225. 

Adela, Alicia, and Hadwissa, probably forms 
of the same name, 23, 206. 

Adeliza, queen and widow, of Henry I, besieged 
in Pevensey castle, 2, 133. Manor given 
to her brother by, 6, 76. Her second hus- 
band, 8, 51. Story of her foundation of 
Calceto priory, 11, 91-93. Gift by her 
brother, 1 14. Lordship settled on her, 14, 
2. Benefactions by heraelf and second hus- 
band to Boxgrove, 15, 95. 98. Dispute 
as to her burial place, 112, 113.. Their 
heads in painted glass, 115. Bridge built 
by her, 11, 93. 20, 186. 

/Idenochoiradehgiaf a work on the ro3ral gift of 
healing, &c, 25, 208 note, 

Adingarii^s, prior of Boxgrove (1117) 15, 121. 

Adison, George, bequest for Birdham steeple by, 

12, 69. 

Adlington, Henry, martyred, 20, 153. 

Adolphus, king of the Romans, 6, 121 nt^e^ 

Adrian, pope, Lichfield made into an arch- 
bishopric by, 4, 81. 

Adur river, effect of prevalence of south-west 
winds on the, 9, 99. Priories on its banks, 
10, 103. Adur valley causeway, 11, 93. 

13, s^. Priory endowed with the ferry profits, 
113. Evidence of Roman settlement near 
the, 13, 3. Distinction of pronunciation 
east and west of the, 217. Etymological 
note, 15, 153 note. Notes of places on its 
borders, 16, 233 et seq. Act for building a 
bridge over the, 18, 102. Its valley formerly 
an estuary of the sea, 22, 224. 24, 147. 
Its name Celtic, 24, 146. Cause of the 
changes in its course and features, 147, 148. 
Ferry over the same, claimed by the earl of 
Arundel, 25, 59. Epochs represented by 
its bridges, 59 note. See rivers of Sussex. 

Adumi, see Portus Adumi. 

" Advice to the Unwary," 10, 90 Jiote. 

Advowsons, crown presentations to, temp, Q. 

Eliz, 12, 256. Earlier presentations, 21, 

44-72. 
Adys, Hy, manor, &c, conveyed by, 12, 73 note, 
iEdelstane, " Gcmotte " held by, 17, 7 1. See 

iEthelstane, Athelstane. 
JEliechf old Sussex name derived from, 7, 

128. See Alfech. 



iELPRIC. 



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AISLE. 



^Ifric, archbishop of Canterbury, colloquy on 
monastic education by, 6, 150. 

^Ifric's pastoral epistle, injunction relative to 
sacramental vessels in, 9* 310. 

^Ifsinus, bishop of Winchester, accomplish- 
ment taken pride in by, 8, 180. 

^Ifwine, king, his gift to bishop Wilfrid, 4,73. 

^Ifwine, bishop, who was he? 5i 116. 

^lla, slaughter of the Britons by, 4, 68, 69. 
Kingdom founded by him, 69. Was he the 
first of the Bretwalds ? 70. Character of his 
rule, &c, 70. 74. His capture of Andredes- 
ceaster, 7, 75. His fight with the Welsh, 
ibid note. His influence on Sussex, 8y 177. 
See Ella. 

Aelmar, Chiddingly held by, 14, 210. 

^Iveva, land held by, 13, 81. 

Aescs, Saxon boats, 4, loi, 102. 

JEthel : For names with this prefix see also Athel 
and Ethel. 

"^thelbehrt, king of the Austral Saxons," 
grants made and confirmed by, 8* 183. 

^thelstane, son of iEthelwulph, kingdom 
given by his father to, 4, 74. His alleged 
retirement to a monastic life and its sup- 
posed cause, 75. See Saint Neot. 

^thdstan the king, and ^Etheldryth the queen, 
foun of subscription of, 8, 181. 

^thelthun and Ceadwealla, alternate revenge 
taken on one another by, 8, 1 78. 

^thelwald, Caldwalla's viceroy, 4, 71. His 
end, 74* 

^thelwealh, first Christian king of Sussex, 
limited nature of the authority of, 8, 177. 
Killed in battle, 178. 

^thelwulph, or Ethdwulf, gifts to the church 
by, 4, 74. Kingdom ceded to his son 
iGthelstane, 74, 75. His substantial recog- 
nition of Ealhere*s services, 75. His fore- 
sight relative to Alfred, iirid. His burial 
places, 5, 115. 

iSthuald, sub-kmg of Sussex, 8, 178. 

Africa, South, stone implements found in, 

23, 325. 

Agate, Henry, nonconformist, fined, 11, 178. 

Agate, Roger, church founded by, 18, 197. 

Agates, Henry, see Gates, Henry. 

Agathon the abbot, how he " lemed to kepe 
scylence," 5, 249. 

AoE of Sussex Families, Proofs of, temp, 
Edw. II. to Edw. IV, by W. D. Cooper, F.S.A, 
12, 23-44. Interesting circumstances dis- 
closed by the inquiries, 23-25. Bovet, 30; 
Changeton, 39 ; De Brom, 25 ; De Tlsle, 
John and William, 32. 35 ; Fiennes, Wm, 
and Roger, 38. 41 ; Fifhide, 31 ; John, son 
of the earl of Kent, 28 ; Lillebone, 33 ; 
Michelgrove, 34 ; J. Atte More, 37 ; Poyn- 
ings, 34; St. Clere, 26; Shelvestrode, 29; 
Tauk, 42; Tregoz, 39; Worth, 36; B6ne- 
vyle, 15f 58, 59; Selwyne, 211-214. 



Aged [>ersons, buried at Seaford, 12, 252, 253. 
Chiddingly, 14, 247. See Longevity. 

Ag^lric, bishop of Selsey, land held by, 19, 22. 

Agilnorth, archbishop of Canterbury, posses- 
sions wrested by Godwin from, 8, 190. 

Agincourt, or Azincourt, 4, 123. 149. 5, 9. 
A Culpeper there, 10, 152 ; aJso a Fiennes, 
12, 41 note; also a Halsham, 22, 9. 

Agincourt, Sussex men at, by W. D. Cooper, 
F.S.A, 15,1 23- 1 37. Names extinct, or repre- 
sented through female descents only, or in 
the male line, 123. Number of all degrees 
contributed by the county, 1 24. Proportion 
sick before Harfieur, 125. 127, 128. Pri- 
soners taken by Sussex men, 126. lord 
ArundePs retinue, and his and their allow- 
ances, 127, 128. list of his knights, esquires, 
and archers, 128-132. The like of lord 
Camoys, lord Maltiavers, and Sir T. West, 

133-137- See 20, 131. 
Agmershurst manor, customary descent in, 

6, 178. 
Agnes, vulgar form of the name, 5, 202. 
Ag^colaus, saint martyred by, 15, 84. 
Agriculture in Sussex (1340) 1, 61 (1405) 5y 

163. Manorial services, 172. 
Ague, ancient word for, 2, 323 note. A cure 

for the, 9, 189. Introduction of the Jesuits' 

bark as a remedy for, 10, 19-21. A state 

officer attacked by it in the tower, 200. 
Aguillon, Sir R. de, Depemarsh sold to bishop 

Nevill by, 3, 55-58. Operative clause of 

the deed, 58 note. 
Aguillon, Robert, custodian of Arundel castie, 

18, 148. 
Aguilon, William, 9, 280. 
Aguilun, Reginald and John, 11, 96. 
Ag^ylon, Richard, conduct of earl de Warenne 

towards, 6, 115. 
Agruylon, Aguilon, Aguylun, Robert, 13, 106. 

Licenses to krenellate granted to, 107. See 

Aquilon. 
Aids in feudal times, origin, nature, &c, of, 

12, 148-150. 
Aigue Blanche, Peter de, the 2 effigies of, 1, 130. 
Aildric, prior of Dureford, 8, 50. 
Ailesford, Heneage Finch, earl of, marriage of 

Ge(»:ge, earl ci Dartford, to a daughter of, 

23, 3. See Aylesford. 
Ailsbury, T. and W. tried for piracy; Thomas's 

end, 10, 90. 
Ainscomb (or Anscomb) Thomas, 4, .269. 

Why T. A. the younger gave Wadhurst to 

Wadham College, ibid note. 
Ainsworth, W. H, his novel of " Ovingdean 

Grange," and the flight of Charles II, 18, 

114. 117. 123. 
Airy, professor, his suggestion relative to Burg 

Hill, 6, 106 note. 
Aisle, monkish mistranslation of, 15, 28. Its 

derivation, signification, &c, 29. 



AJATE. 



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ALCHORNE. 



Ajate, Thomas, one of the founders of a guild 
and chantry at Horsham, 22, 148. 

Akeberst, John, rents paid and lands held by, 
24, 253. 263. 269. 272. 277. 

Akehurst, Dahell, result of his assembling the 
quakers at Hastings, 16, 84. 

Akehurst family, origin of the, 4, 207. 

Akehurst, Mary, trade token of, notice of, &c, 
11,176. 177. 178. 24, 127. Beaten and 
kept in chains by her husband, 13, 16. 17. 
Fuller particulars, 16, 76-78. Penalties laid 
on her for religion's sake, 81. 82. 83. 85. 86. 
88. 93. 94. 118. 119. 

Akehurst, Thos, nonconformist, fined, 11, 178. 

Akehurst, Thos, co-plaintiff in a suit (temp. 
Henry VIll.) 14, 234. 

Akehurst, Thomas, Ralph, Alexander, quakers, 
penalties laid on for not going to church, 
&C, 16, 104. 107. 108. III. 112. 113. 114. 
115. 117. 118. 119. 

Akerman, John Yongc, on the coinage of the 
Britons, 1, 28. On an ancient British coin, 
5, 206. Kidder tokens described by, 9, 133. 
On the coinage of Edward the Confessor, 
11, 171. Letter from Lord Howard of 
Eskricke communicated by, 12, 267. 

Akerst, John, co-defendant in a suit (temp. 
Eliz.) 14, 234. 

Alants, or wolfdogs, the cognizance of the 
Fienes family, 4, 172. 312. Illustrative 
citations, 472 notes. 

Alard, Gervase, admiral of the Cinque ports, 
ornamentation on the tomb of, 2, 241. 
Work similar thereto, 21, 6. His petition to 
the king, 4, 1 14. ** Admiral of the western 
seas," 8, 154 Twte. 

Alard, James and Robert, dealings between 
Robertsbridge abbey and, 8, 154. 

Alard, Nicholas, and family, chalices, vest- 
ments, &c, provided for masses, &c, for the 
souls of, 8, 212, 213. 

Alard, Master, parson. East Grinstead, 20, 

146. 
Alard, or Allard, Reynaud (not Reinard Aired) 

monumental brass, 23, 190. 
Alard, Richard, ordered into the king's ser- 
vice, 23, 20 7ioie. 
Alard, Stephen, captain and admiral of the 
Cinque ports, chantry founded by, 8, 2 12, 
23, 29. Langedone abbey enfeoffed with 
a house by, 8, 213. 
Alard, William, mayor of Winchelsea, 23, 33. 
Alards, manor held by the, 8, 154 note. 

Bailiffs, &C, of Winchelsea, 234. 
Albani, Philip de, piratical doings of, 4, 109. 
Albania, Wm de, earl of Chichester, 25, 85. 
Albemarle, arms of the Keppels, earls of, 

22, 142. 
Alberisus, prior of Lewes, 2, 20. 3, 199. 
Albert, grand master of the hospital of St 
John of Jerusalem, 9, 244. 



Albert, prior of Lewes, death of, 2, 34. Par- 
ticulars relating to him, 3, 195* 
Albert, prince consort, ornamental ironwork 

designed by, 23, 122. 
Albert Edward, prince of Wales, 24, i j8. 
Albini, or Aubigny, 6, 22. 76. iii. Origin 
and early history of the family, their suc- 
cession to the deWarennes, alliances^ &c 
1 18-128. Priory under their patronage, 
11, 109. Castles held by them, 18, 148. 
149. Their arms, 25, 94 note. 
Albini family and the Corbets, 23,203.204. 307. 
Albini, Helias and Hawisia de, benefactors to 
Dureford abbey, prayers appointed for tbcir 
predecessor by, 8, 43 note. 
Albini, Hugh de (06. 1243) early death abroad 
of, claim made by his widow, &c, 1, 173 
note ; division of the estates of, 21, 75. 
Albini, Ralph de, brushwood given to Dure- 
ford abbey by, 8, 64. Proof of his pecuniary 
" shakiness," ibid. 
Albini, William de, monastery founded by, 1, 

173 note. 
Albini, William de, 8, 43 note. Williainf 
second earl, 49. Benefaction confirmed by 
William, third earl, 64. 
Albini, William de, honours held hereditarily 
and jure tucoris by, 11, 91. His benefactions 
to Calceto priory, 93. 

Albini, William de, Petworth lordship how ac- 
quired by, 14, 2. 

Albini, William, first earl of Arundel, " the il- 
lustrious," 15, 98. Benefactions of himsdf 
and his successors to Boxgrove priory, 95. 
97. 98. His wife, see Adeliza. 

Albini, William de, earl of Sussex, 25, 229. 

Albino, 'William de Sancto, fee to for going to 
Poitou, 8, 174. 

Albon, John, " vadlet " to Edw. 11, place pe- 
titioned for by the king, 22, 199. 

Alboume, original location of the Mardiants, 
9, 80 note. 25, 164 ; sold by lordDacre, 11, 
64. 67. Trade token issued at, 175. P^- 
son*s arms quota, 225. 

Alboume brook, 25, 171. 

Alboume church, dedication of, 12, 104. Topo- 
graphic reference, 18, 102. Crown presen- 
tations, 21, 44. 

Alboume church bells, 16, 143. 167. 197. 

Alboume parish, derivation of name, 16, 252. 

Alboume place, archbishop Juxon's residence, 
16, 292. 25, 174. 189. 

Alboume street, 25, 172. 

Alboume woods, 25, 170. 175. 

Albrincis, see Avrenches. 

Albugcr, Sir Thomas, site of monastery founded 
by, 6, 93. Camden's error, 94. 

Alchin, or Alchome, Thomas, rents paid and 
lands held by, 24, 251. 256. 257. 

Alchome, A, commonage claimed by, 25, 205. 

Alchome, John, proof of age by, 12, 42. 



ALCHORNE. 



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ALEXANDER. 



Alchome, Thos, sheriff of Sussex, manor held 
by, 14, 123. His monument, arms, &c, ib. 

Alchome family, rebus of the, 9, 212. Their 
long connection with Buxted, 220. 

Aldston manor an appendage of Battel abbey, 
4, 310. Customary descent in, 6, 178. 

Aldston, incumbent's arms quota, 11, 227. 
Hundred, 228. Church inscriptions, where 
printed, 229. Crown presentations, 12, 
256. 21, 45. Local pronunciation of the 
words Alciston and Alfriston, 13, 210. 
** Master Palk of Ahson," 230 note. 

Alciston (or Aston) collection on a brief for, 
14, 154. Epitaph on an incumbent, 252. 
Church bells, 16, 147. 197. Topographic, 
283. Battel abbey possessions in, 17, 24. 
27. 54. Yearly value, &c (1649) 19, 208. 

Alciston Borstal, clay brought to British bar- 
rows from, 22, 76. 

Akock, Rev. Charles, portrait exhibited at 
Chichester by, 8, 319, 320. 

Alcock, S., churchwarden, Lindiield, 19, 51. 

Alcocke, Mr, co-referee in a certain case, 19, 34. 

Alcocks, Lewes, property of the, 13, 34. 37 note, 

Aldburgh, Suffolk, description of the sea pease 
growing at, 10, 28. 

Alderman, signification of the term in some 
Sussex districts, 24, 222 7iote. 

Aldermen's fines, rents so-called in the Com- 
monwealth surveys, 23, 232-240. 

Aldersgate street, London, ancient bottle from, 
18, 64. 

Alderton, Richard, token of, 14, 265. 24, 128. 
See Aldirton. 

Aldfoldean bridge, Roman station at, 11, 144. 
Coins found, 145. 

Aldgate, templars imprisoned in, 9, 273. 

Aldham family, early possessors of Brambletye, 
9, 371. Francis Aldham captured and 
flanged, 372. 

Aldhelm, " scholasticus," 4, 71. 

Aldingbome, ancient espiscopal palace at, 1, 
182 note. Royal visits, 2, i35-i37> 155* 
Bishop Nevill's farm and manor, 3, 44. 45. 
54. 66. Damage done by foxes, 46, 47. 17, 
191 note. Inventory of bp. Curteys' goods 
^U 10, 56, 57. Some carried away, 58. 

Aldingboume, dedication of church, oidination 
for mass, &c, 12, 67. Nyton park in, 15, 
92. Church bells, 16, 197. Early presen- 
tations to, 17, 107. Bishop Story's bequest, 
200. Bishop's residence, 215. The manor, 
17, 191. Trader's token, 24, 123. 

Aldingebume, grant to Selsey of " the land 
which is called," 8, 178. 

Aldirton manor, owner and yearly value of 
(1411) 10, 141. 

ALldisworth manor, 10, 131. See Aldsworth. 

Aldon family, early owners of Burwash manor, 
21, 123. 125. 129. 

Aldre, Philip Atte, lands leased to, 11, 105. 



Aldrich, Symon, arms, quota of, 11, 227. 

Aldrington, East, 1, 106 note. Former and 
present value, ibid note. Yearly value of the 
living (1650) 10, 23 note. A murderer bom 
there, 86. Incumbent's arms quota, 11, 225. 

Aldrington, Domus Anachorita at, by Rev. 
Edward Turner, M.A., 12, 1 17-139. Grant 
to the rector (1402) of an anchorite's license, 
117. 121. 135. 1 36. Former populousness 
of the parish, 117. Devastations by storm 
and sea encroachments, depopulation, church 
in ruins, 1 18. Ceremony of " reading in " 
to the sinecure rectory, church, lady-chapel, 
&C, 119. Supposed site of the PortitsAdumi, 
Roman remains found, &c, 120. Norman 
survey, monastic history, &c, 120, 121. 
See Anchorites. 

Aldrington, Roman road and Portus Adumi 
at, 14, 177. River that used to flow by, 

24, 147- 

Aldston moor, aspect, &c, of, 19, 83. 

Aldsworth hamlet, chapel of, 22, 78. See 
Aldisworth. 

Aldulf, alleged founder of South Mailing col- 
lege, 5, 1 27. Fate of himself and sons, 1 29. 

Aldwick (Alwicke) and Winckford hundred 
and manor, 19, 1 1 2. Parliamentary survey, 
23, 2 1 9, 2 24- 2 26. Parishes comprised in the 
hundred, 224 note. Further particulars, 
hamlets repudiating the jurisdiction of its 
court, 25, 117, 118. 

Aldwyne, Robert and wife, and Richard, gifts 
to Dureford abbey by, 8, 67. 68. 

Ale, an aristocratic beverage in old time, 23, 
38. References to it by poets and drama- 
tists, 40, 55, 80. See Beer. 

Aleanor, daughter of Raymond of Provence, 
subsequently queen of Henry III, 23, 21. 

Alehouses, laws, proclamations, and returns 
concerning, 16, 21. 22. 23. 27. 31. 34. 35. 
36. 38. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 

Alen9on, Roger de Montgomery, earl of, Chi- 
chester assigned to, 15, 167. 

Alen9on, William, earl of, 11, 119. 

Ales, Ales, peculiarity of her will, 14, 169. 

Alessandre, Jno, mayor, Arundel (131 2) 11,98. 

Alewyn, William, bequests to West Dean 
church by, 3, iii. Burial directions of, 
12, 81. See Alwin. Aylw3m. 

Alexander and Bucephalus, a mediaeval parallel 
to, 4, 32. 

Alexander II. king of Scotland, his visit to Eng- 
land, 6, 109. 

Alexander II, pope, his bull against king 
Harold, 19, 77. 

Alexander III, pope, restrictions laid on the 
templars by, 9, 236. 

Alexander IV, pope, privileges confirmed to 
the templars by, 9, 227. Possessions, &c, 
confirmed to Lyminster priory by, 11, 118. 

Alexander, Dns, rector of Streat, 25, 134. 



ALEXANDER. 



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ALIENS. 



Alexander, James, incumbent of Amberley 
{circa 1 500) 17, 234. 

Alexandra, princess of Wales, Sussex (iery 
welcome to, 15, 148 note, 

Alexis Comnenus, emperor, autograph MS. of, 
25, II. 

Aleyn, John, bell made by, 16, 143. 

Aleyn, William and Richard, charters wit- 
nessed by, 22, 119. 120. 

Alfech, Sussex surname probably derived from, 
24, 15. Latin form of the name, 16. 

AHerey, William (of Hartfield) Armada contri- 
bution, 1, 37. 

Alfold church, Surrey, peculiarity of mouldings 
in, 22, 145. 

Alford, Sir Edward, royalist, " disabled," 5, 
1 01. Royalist compounder, 19, 94. 

Alford, John, secluded member, 5, 102. 

Alford, Thos, Henry, and Sir Edward, M.P.*s 
for Lewes and Arundel, 17i 81. Result of 
Sir Edward's espousal of the royalist cause, 
81, 82. Other members of the family, their 
intermarriages, &c, 82. Family arms, 83. 

Alforde, Ric. de, gift of Newton by, 9, 316. 

Alfray, J. and R, members for E. Grinstead, 
20, 145, 154. Family arms, 145. 

Alfiraye, Thomas, monumental brass and long 
rhymed epitaph, 23, 137. Family descen- 
dants, 138. See Alfrey. Allfray. AUfirey. 

Alfred, son of Ethelr<:d, cruel treatment of, 

4, 83. 85. V 
Alfred the Great, Sussex possessions of, 1^. 

3, 19, 20. Reasons for identifying West 
Dean with the Dene held by him, 20-22. 
Illustrative extract from his will, 19 Tiote. 
His note on the descent of the German set- 
tlers in Britain, 4, 67. Dominions settled 
on him by his father, 75. Price paid by 
him for a book, 77. Guthrun's submission 
to him, 82. The buckler of his country, 
91. Sussex property bequeathed by him, 

5, 115. His battles with the Danes, 7, 2. 
LuUingminster in his will, 11, 116 note. 
His property at Ditchling, 13, 241. House 
there said to be built by him, 260. A pio- 
neer in civilization, 14, 38. Horsfield*s 
error, 64. Royal vill bequeathed by him, 
16, 135* Castle founded by him, 18, 147, 
148. Beddingham his property, 21, 26. 
Burial place of his father, 22, 5I 23, 229 
nofe. Locality of his fight with the Danes, 
23, 208. Coin found, 216. Mr W. Hills 
on the coin, 24, 298. 

Alfredingas, or Alfredings, 14, 209. 

Alfrey, Edmund and John, jurors of Bayham 
abbey property, 9, 179. 

Alfiey, Susan, land assigned to, 24, 286. 

Alfrey, Thomas, of Battel, Armada contri- 
bution, 1, 35. 

Alfrey, Wm, land held and rent paid by the 
heirs of, 24, 252. 260. 



Alfrey, Wm, chantiy rent on land of, 23, 31* 
Alfreys, old mansion of the, 24, 2 1 1 note. 
Alpriston, Find of Anglo-Saxon Coins 
at, 1, 38-42. Urns found, 2, 270. Pos- 
sible derivation of the name, 3, 22. Curious 
implement found at, 5, 200. Grant<^ to 
Michelham priory, 6, 137. 139. Value (1535) 
141. Corrupt synonyms for Alfriston, 7»82 
note. Remains of market cross, 10, 183. 24, 
226 note. Star inn, 4, 309-315. lO, 185. 
Penlrell family residents, 189. Trader's 
token, 11, 175. 177. 24, 123. Family 
house of the Elphicks, 12, 254 note. Pos- 
sessions of the Maufces, 14, 214 note. Rent 
of Brooker*s land, 263. Cuckmere river, 

15, 159. Saxon pennies found, 167. Sel- 
wync lands in, 212. Why Berwick bells 
were cast there, 16, 185. Topographic 
referenctss, 283, 284. Battle abbey rents, 
17, 54. Yearly value, &c (1649) 19, 208. 
Monastery at, 21, 29. 30. The impropriate 
rectory bought by " Dog " Smith's trustees, 
22, 42. Barrows opened, 66-70. Skeleton 
and skulls found, 70, 71. Contributors to- 
wanis expenses, 76. Further on the ex- 
ploration of the barrows, 24, 1 65. Manorial 
rent, 220. See Star Inn. 

Alfriston church, 2, 273, 274. Church-build- 
ing legend, 13, 226. "Virgins* garlands,'* 
231. Crown presentations, 12, 256. The 
church and its windows, 15, 42. 236. 237. 
Church bells, 16, 142. i go. 151. 166. 167. 
190. 194. 197. Mortuary inscriptions in 
chttrch and churchyard, 17* 242-244. Col- 
lection at Maresfield for repairing the church, 
21, 211. Figure in the church, 24, 16. 

Alfriston hundred, knighthood compositions, 

16, 48. 

Algernon, origin of the name, 14, 2. 

Algiers, collections and bequests towards re- 
demption of Protestant slaves and English 
captives at, 14, 132. 19, iii. 25, 134. 

Algod, Wm, parson, Glynde, 20, 75. 

Aliceholt forest, canonical sportsmen in, 11, 
1 1 3 note. 

Alicia, prioress of Easeboume, mortmain 
statute violated by, 9, 5. 

Alienation, occasion of fines for, 12, 154. 

Alien monks, order for removal of, 6, 52. 

Alien priories, difficulty of obtaining evidence 
respecting, 4, 37. Their origin, progress, 
&c, 38. Their number in England, Hid 
note. When and why seized by English 
kings, 48. 50. 54. Effect of such seizures, 55. 
Further as to their origin, &c, 15, 84, 85. 
Location of such in Sussex, 85. 

Aliens in Rye temp. Hen. VIII, by W. D. 
Cooper, F.S.A., 19, 149-152. Strict laws 
imposed upon them, 149, 150. Subsidy 
certificates, and levies on them under same, 
150-152. 



ALISI. 



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ALMON. 



Alisiy or Alisa, Simon de, knight's fee held for 

the Tuq)ins by, 9, 365. 
Alkarc, Roger de, daims made for the templars 

by, 9* 228. 
Allusboume manor, 10, 133. 
Allarde's croft given to Battel abbey almonry, 

17» 20. See Alard. 
Allectus, coin of, found, 16, 55 note. 
Allen, Abraham, serjcant-chirurgeon to king 

James, 9, 327. Brass at Lindfield to his 

widow, 330 note, [This brass is not referred 

to under Lindheld, vol. xxiii., p. 169.] 
Allen, Anthony, of Guildford, arms, 25, 92. 
Allen, cardinau, Englishmen at Rome with, 

12, 211 note. 14, 264. 265. 
Allen, Edward, head constable, Henhurst, 25, 

153- 
Allen, James, incumbent of Racton with Lord- 

ington, 23, 16. 
Allen, John, reference to letters on the last 

plague of London by, 9| 57 note. 
Allen, John, token of, 24, 132. 
Allen, M, cert, for royal touch, 25, 209. 
Allen, Mr, bequest to Slindon poor, 16, 41. 
Alien, prior of Sele, disgraceful conduct of, 2, 

70, 71. See Allcyn, Ralph. 
Allen, R, of Henficld, tract by, 18, 103. 
Allen, R, information furnished by, 25, 235. 
Allen, Rev. Thomas, ejected minister of Win- 

chelsea, probable reference by John Evelyn 

to, 8, 211 note. 
Allen, T, commonage claimed by, 24, 202. 
Allen, topographer, on "Dog " Smith's origin, 

22, 35. 
Allcyn, Edward, the actor, 14, 47. Loan by his 

wife, 32. 
Alleyn, Ralph and Richard (not relations) 

priors of Scle, fraudulent practices of, re- 
peated dismissals from office, &c, 10, 105. 

107, 108. 128. 
AUfray, Rycharde, copyholds in Robertsbridge 

held by, 8, 170. 
Allfrey, Edward, abbey lands held by, 8, 170. 
AUfrey, Edward, mutilated efRgy found by, 12, 

221. Family inscriptions, 243. 
Allfrey, Geo, croft in Cuckfield held by, 13, 46. 
Allfrey, Wm, crypt in the possession of, 7» 

117, 118. 1 26. See Alfray. Alfrey. 
AUhallows, Barking, Lundon, inscribed heart 

at, 1, 130. 
Allhallows, churches and lights dedicated to, 

12, 68. 81. 96. 103. 
Allin, John, vicar of Rye, ejected, 13, 275. 
Allington manor, customary descent in, 6, 

178. The manor house, 15f 162. See 

Alyngton. 
Allman, John and Richard, chantry rents 

charged on the lands of, 23, 31, 32. See 

Alman. Almon. 
All Saints in the Pallant, Chichester, crown 

presentation, &c (1597) 12, 257, 13, 48. 



All Saints, Chichester, crown presentations 
to, 21, 50. 

All Saints, Hastings, value temp. Henry VIIL, 
13, 176. 

All Saints, Hastings, 14, 67. 68. 69. 76. 97. 
114 notft 219. Church called the "new 
church," 70. Loan by the parish to the 
town, 88. Stipendiary in the church, 96. 
99. Old houses in All Saints street, 108- 
iio. Unchanged in aspect, 190. Crown 
presentations to, 21, 54. Flemish monu- 
mental slab in the church, 23, 173. 

All Saints' Church, Hastings, Wall- 
Paintings in, by Thomas Ross, 23, 192- 
1 99. Appearances indicative of paintings 
under the whitewash, 192. Mr Waller's 
help called in, his opinion, 193. 196. In- 
scriptions, figures, fleet of ships brought to 
light, obliteration of same, &c, 193-195. 
Painting of the Last Judgment over the 
chancel arch, 195, 196. Editor's dissent 
as to subject represented, 195 note. Entry 
in the parish accounts relative to these 
wall-paintings and inscriptions, 196, 197. 
Ringers* verses in the belfry, 197.' Oil- 
paintings and royal arms, items of expen- 
diture relative to the latter, and artist's 
receipt, 198. Token with odd inscription 
found, 199. See Hastings. Hastings docu- 
ments. Hastings parishes. 

All Saints, Herstmonccux, 12, 38. 

All Saints, Lewes, annual value (1650) 10, 
23 note. Pew inscription in the old church, 
11, 177. Yearly value, &c (1649) ^9* ^^T* 
See Z4t, 93. See Lewes. 

All Souls, bequests to the lights of, 12, 78. 
79. 80. 

All work family, inscriptions, 12, 245. 247. 249. 

Allwyn, R, his "Oylle of Gladnesse," 18, 95. 

AUyn, John, ship-constable, Hastings, 14, 7 1. 

Allyngboume, yearly value (141 1) 10, 136. 

Alman (or Awman) John, Armada contri- 
bution, 1, 34. 

Alman, Ralph, gift to Wilmington priory 
by, 4, 43. 

Alman, William, Complaint of the Cinque 
ports against, 4, 218. 

Alman, William, part holder of Birch park 
(1437) 14, 217. 

Almanesches nunnery, Normandy, English 
nunnery given to, 11, 1 17. Its first 
prioress, 119. 

Almoditon, Gervase dc, St. John's-day light 
g^ven to Dureford by, 8, 64. 

Almoditon, Almodingtouf Almodynton, owner, 
yearly value (141 1) &c, of the manor of, 
10, 135. 12, 40 note. Parish united with 
Emley, bequests to the church, ^c, 70 Tiofe. 
77. Crown presentation to the living, 21 , 45 . 

Almon, John, chantry rent charged on lands 
of, 23, 31. 



ALMON. 



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AMftERST. 



Almon, Richard, of Rye, 14, 98. 

Almoner in a nobleman's house, his various 
duties, 7f 209. 

Almonry, Battd abbey, separate possessions 
of, benefactors to, &c, 17i 191 20. 

Alnwick castle, de Warcnne arms on, 2, 26. 

Alphege, archbishop, murder of, 4, 73. 83. 

Aired, Reinard (properly Reynaud Alard) 
monumental brass, 23, 190. 

Als, Wm, churchwaiden, Glynde, 20, 48. 

Alsham, James, afterwards baron of the Ex- 
chequer, M.P. for Bramber, 16, 246. 

Alsham, Sir J, heiress married by, 25, 113. 

Alta Ripa, dc, now Dawtrey, 6, 76. 23, 172. 

Alta Ripa, Wm. de, his claim against bishop 
Neville, 17i 191* Changes in the family 
name, ibid, 

Altair, John, device on brass of, 4, 233. 

Altar in West Hampnett church, 21, 42. 

Altar stone found at Rottingdean, 9, 67. 

'* Altars of borde," directions in Sir D. Owen's 
will for the making of, 7, 32. 

Altars, early position of, instances where not 
placed against walls, 20, 231. Possible 
origin of lights on altars, 232. 

Alured, the cup-bearer, his gift to Wilmington 
priory, 4, 41 . Remains of his chapel, 46, 47. 

Alva, flight of Netherlanders from the perse- 
cutions of, 13, 193. 

Alviston, yearly value (141 1) 10, 142. 

Alvrai, John, nonae return, 20, 170. 

Alwin, Robt, Oxford matriculation of, 9, 364. 

Alwyn, R, royalist compounder, 19, 93. 

Alyn, Thomas, burial direction of, 12, 69. 

Alyngton manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 
132. See 13, 125. See Allington. 

Alys, Wm, bequest to a shrine by, 12, 90. 

Amabyr, Amvabyr, or merchela mulierum, 
manorial custom so called, 6, 170. Ex- 
planatory note, 8, 272. 

Amaunt, Richard, juror of templars' property, 
9, 263. 

Ambassadors' Expenses (161 i) account of 
Sir Lewis Lewkenor as master of ceremonies, 

24, i20t 121. 

Amber cup found at Hove described and 
figured, 9, 121, 122. Result of a chemical 
experiment, 124. 

Amberley, probably the Anderisio of Richard 
of Cirencester, 2, 315. 

Amberley, " Ambirle," "Amberle," John 
Wantclye's lands in, 10, 138. License to 
krenellate the bishop's palace at, 13i 1 14. 
Wild-brooks, 16, 257. Episcopal Amberley, 
258. Ecclesiastical documents dated from, 

25, 120. 122. 

Amberley, its Castle, Church, &c, by Rev. 
G. A. Clarkson, M.A, vicar, 17, 185-239. 
Manorial statistics, population, acreage, &c, 
185. Site, aspect, surroundings, &c 186. 
Derivation of name, 186, 239 note. Trout, 



fish tattle, &c, 187 and fiote. Botanic pro- 
ducts, 188. The CastUf Mr Bloxam's re- 
marks, &c: Saxon times, 189. 190. Domes- 
day valuation, 190. Details of castle and 
\ocsl history, 190-200. The queen's room 
and allegorical painting^ therein, 201-214. 
Last episcopal resident, 2 1 5 . 2 1 7-224. Later 
history, owners and occupiers, 222-224. An 
inchnographic stroll, 224-228. The Ckurch, 
nave, chancel, porch, font, mural paintingfs, 
2 28-23 1 . '^c Wantde brass and hour-glass 
stands, 232. Restoration under Mr Gordon 
Hills, 233. Listof incumbents, 234. Church 
land, &c, 235. Parochial library, 236, 237. 
Notable extracts from the registers, 237, 238. 
Concluding reflections, 239. 

Amberley Castle, 1, 8. Views by Grimm, 
3, 233. Ancient paintingrs, 8, 3 1 8. Granted 
to a Lewknor, 9, 294. Topographic refer- 
ences, 18, 96. Sojourn of Chas. IL there 
in his flight, 119, 120. See 10, 57. 107. 

Amberley Church, Wantele brass in, 8, 338. 
Details of same, 23, 131, 132. Dedica- 
tion, 12, 82. R. Wheataker, vicar, 260. 
Collections on brief for, 14, 154. 21, 211. 
214. 215. Church bells, 16, 197. Crown 
presentation to the living, 21, 45. 

Amberley trout, 13, 232 note, 16, 307. 

Ambesas, Wm. de, an unjust steward, 4, 142. 

Ambleside, ** rush-bearings " at, 9, 176. 

Amboise, edict of, 13, 192. 

"Ambra," a Saixon measure, 5, 173. 10, 
117 note, 

Ambrays, John, juror at Denton, 9, 96. 

Ambresbury, Michael de, abbot of Glaston- 
bury, immense quantity of live stock left 
by, 3, 53. 

Ambrosius Aurelianus, consequences of the 
tyranny of, 15i 165. 

America, Sussex monumental inscriptions 
found useful in, 19, 185 note. 

Amerst, Richard, land demised by, 24, 224. 

Amey (or Ames) James, parliamentary survey 
of the farm, &c, of, 23, 285, 286. 

Amherst, earls of, ancestry of the, 11, 1 1 note. 

Amherst, Jefferey,arms quota of (1612) 11, 225. 

Amherst, Gen. Jeffery, aftwds. lord (ob. 1793) 
rejoicings on his taking Canada, 11, 206. 

Amherst, Maiy, countess, Waldron property of, 
13, 87. "Endleweek rent" paid by, 24, 
220. 

Amherst, Richard, commissioner of taxes, 
Lewes Rape, 9, 71. Sale of rectory, &c 
joined in by, 14, 237. Justice of the peace 
(1631) 16, 33. One of "Dog" Smith's 
Sussex trustees, 22, 37. His status in the 
county, 42. Indebted to Smith, 46. 

Amherst, serjeant, 11, 11. His descent, 11 
note. His letter in favour of an ill-used 
gentleman, 1 2. Sale of land joined in by, 
23, 275. 



AMHERST. 



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ANDREWS. 



Amherst, William Pitt, earl, contributor to the 
Warenne cemetery, Southover, 2, 11 note. 
Possessions of himself and countess, church 
patronage, &c, 6, 162. 14, 216. 248. 264. 
20, 147. Co-rebuilder of the college. East 
Grinstead, 156. 

Amherst, W. P, second earl, charter to a 
lepers* hospital possessed by, 12, 112. 
FacsimiU of same, 114. Portion of Ald- 
rington owned by the dowager countess, 118. 

Amhersts, justices (1651. 1702) 20, 100. 

Amiens cathedral, 1, 146. 
^/ Amiens, Guy, bishop of, feis " Carmen de Bello 
Hastingensi," its character, historic value, 
&c., 6, 19 note. 19) 80. 

Amies manor, form of Borough English in, 
6, 178. 

Amley, or Hamley, Chiddingly, 14, 213. 

Ammigden (Annington) tything, manorial 
rent of, 23, 237. 

Ammobragium, value of a feudal custom so 
called, 6, 168. 170. 

Amoore, George, estate bought by, 12, 90 nUe. 

Amphorae, perversions of, 16, 59. 

Anabaptists at Chiddingly (1724) 14, 237. 

** Anathema maranatha," protection of a book 
by, 8, 160. 

Ancaster, Pereg^ne, duke of, 3, 128 note. 

Ancaster, duke of, and the Cinque Ports barons, 
15, 204, 205. 

Anchor formed from a tree bough, 10, 150. 

Anchorites, origin of the order of, practice 
and discipline of its founders, &c, 12, 121, 
122. Relaxations in England after the 
Norman conquest, 122. 128. Difference 
between hermits and anchorites, 1 23. Fe- 
male anchorites, 124. 126. "NanScott*s 
chamber," Southwell, 125. Ceremony ob- 
served on admission, popular mistakes as 
to burials alive, &c, 127. Requisition dis- 
pensed with in the Aldrington recluse's 
case, 127, 128. Dress; St. Richard's in- 
junctions for preventing abuses, 1 29. Becon's 
contrast of the habits of the order with those 
of its chosen patroness, 130, 131. An artist 
anchorite, 132. Sussex anchorites; Mangnus 
the Dane, 132-134. Others, male and female, 
134. Latin text of the petition of, and 
license to, the Aldrington recluse, 135, 136. 
Notice of certain Irish recluses, their cells, 
their sanctity, &c, 137-139. 

Ancient Engraved Copper, formerly en- 
amelled, found at Rottingdean; by Rev. 
Arthur Hussey, M.A, and Albert Way, 
F.S.A, 5, 1 05-1 10. History of the relic: 
probable cause of its preservation, 105. 
Date, character of workmanship, &c, 106. 
Subject represented, 107. Use for which 
the plate was intended ; similar examples, 
108, 109. Symbolism indicated by a por- 
tion of the design, 109, no. 



Ancram, earl of, 11, 199. 

Andalusia, the girls of, 10, 45. 

Anderida, Andredescbaster, an Enquiry 
after the Site of, by Rev. Arthur Hussey, 
6, 90-106. Extent of positive information 
regarding it, 90. Besieged and destroyed 
by the Saxons, 91. General consent as to 
its site and requirements ; the two localities 
agreed on by antiquaries, 92. Case made 
out for Newenden, Kent, and objections 
thereto, 93-94. Grounds for deciding on 
Pevensey, 98-104. Use probably made of 
Newenden by the Romans, 1 05 , 1 06. Eluci- 
datory note by Mr Hussey, 11, 223, 224. 

Anderida, Mr Lower on its destruction, 6, 266. 
271. Claim set up for Seaford, 7> 74. Mr 
Verrall's theory, 9, 368. Camden*s loca- 
tion, 1 5) 1 5 2. Claim for Eastbourne, 14, 1 19. 

Anderida, Andredesceaster, roads through and 
from, forest of, &c, 11, 127. 128. 143. 144. 
Turnpike road identified with trackway 
through the forest, 13, 1,2. Its connection 
with Lewes under the Romans, 3. 55 note. 
The forest in Saxon and Roman eras, 14, 
35. Dimensions according to the Saxon 
chronicle, 36. Site of the city, 39. Altered 
features, 207. Need for excavating the site, 
22, 196. 

Anderida, see 1, 4. 15. 2, 259. 6, 265. 13, 
166. 218. 15, 157. 16, 52. 64. 254. See 
also Pevensey. Portus Anderida. Silva 
Anderida. 

Anderisio of Richard of Cirencester, 2, 315. 

Andem, S. de, attorney for the templars, 9» 234. 

Anderson, chief justice, on a peculiar custom 
in Wadhurst manor, 6, 175. 

Anderson, R, royalist compounder, 19, 93. 

Anderson, Sir S, of Egworth, bart, 25» 114. 

Andeville, Alexander, earl of, 8, 104. 

Andeville, Beatrix de, wife of Robert de Hoo, 
8, 104. 

Andirons (Aundeyrens) bequest of, 3, 116. 
See 13) 53 note. 

Andover, cell founded by W. Conq. at, 10, loi. 

Andreadswold, the centre of, 21, 112, 

Andredesceaster, see Anderida. 

Andrew, John, manors held by, 141 1, 10, 138. 

Andrew, W, miraculous cure of, 2, 225. 

Andrewe, Dominus Thomas, on matters con- 
nected with Michelham priory, 6, 148. 

Andrewes, Catren (Katherlne) " Flie-fomication 
bace soh of," 14, 246 note. 

Andrewes, " Mr Doctor," arm s quota of, 1 1, 2 25 . 

Andrews, Mr J, trustee for certain antiquities, 
9, 124. 

Andrews, Lady Elizabeth, gift of a bed of red 
worsted by, 9, 1 1 note. 

Andrews, Lancelot, bishop of Chichester, swan- 
mark payments by, 17) 216. 

Andrews, Richard, official alienator of Sele 
priory to Magdalen college, 10, 1 26. 



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Andrews, Robert, Newton cartulary possessed 

byi 9, 315. 
Andrews, Thos, nonae retain, 20, 10. 
Andringeton, John de, deed witnessed by, 9» 236. 
Androwe, Roger, illegal suggestion by Roger 

Counter to, 23, 7. 
Aneddle, land of, g^ven to Calceto priory, 

11, lOI. 
Angelic figures on chalice found at Rusper, 

9, 307- 

Anglo-Saxon CoiNsfoundat Alfriston, Mr. 
Charles Ade on, 1, 38-42. 

Anglo-Saxon coins, vessels with devices on 
similar to, 17, 113. 

Anglo-Saxon Coins, hoard op, found at 
Chancton Farm, Sussex, Mr. J. C. Lucas, 
F.S.A. on, 20,112-221. Site of the find : 
owner temp, Edw. Confessor, 212. How 
found, potency of beer, tradition connected 
with the spot, 213. Mint hitherto unknown 
brought to light by the find, 214. Number 
supposed to have been found, disposal of 
those recovered, 215. Types represented 
and not represented, 2 1 5-2 1 7. Mr Head*s 
table of mints, 218. Sussex mints where 
specimens were minted, 219, 220. Mints 
not mentioned by Hildebrand, 221. 

Anglo-Saxon coins found at Beddingham, 21, 
32. Mr Ade's find at Milton street, 92. Mr 
Lucas on the Beddingham find, 219. 

Anglo-Saxon king^, arms borne by the, 6, 73. 

Anglo-Saxon vessel found near Gljmde, 23, 
82-84. 

Anglo-Saxons, ecclesiastical architecture of the, 
materials used, forms adopted, &C, 8, 245. 

Anglyngle, Battle abbey rents in, 17, 54. 

Angmering, inn sign at, 10, 190. Trader's 
token, 11, 175. 24, 123. Gift to the poor, 
16, 37. Church bells, 177. 190. 195. 197. 
Stream, 259. New place, 291. Crown pre- 
sentations to the living, 21, 45. 52. Chief 
freeholders (1734) and their present repre- 
sentatives, 23, 75. Monumental brass, 132. 
Guild writ, 24, 220. 

Angmering, East, dedication of church, 12, 82. 
Bequests to the church, 82 note. Ruins of 
same, 83 note. Last vicar, chantry, &c, 84. 

Angmering, East and West, nonae return, 1, 64. 

Angmering, West, dedication of church, testa- 
mentary references to same, &c, 12, 82,83. 

AngoulSme, counts of, arms of the, 9, 365. 

Anguish family arms quartered with the Cul- 
pepers*, 10, 156. 

Animals, places named after, 21, 191. 

Animals of early British times, and ^heir re- 
mains, 24, 149. 155. 160. 161. 164. 

Anjou, cell founded by Henry IL as earl of, 

10, loi. 

Anjou, Fulke-Nerva, count (rf, dowry, &c., 

given by, 11, 70. 71. 
Ankerville, prior of Boxgrove, 15, 121. 



Ankton town light, bequest to, 12, 90. 

Annabant, high aidmiral of France, gallant 
repulse of, 7, 88. 

Annals by a monk of Lewes, extracts from, 
2, 23-37. 

Annan, Jas. Murray, lord, at Rye, 18, 172. 

Anne Boleyn, Cinque ports barons at the coro- 
nation of, 15, 183. Percy, duke of North- 
umberland, her disappointed lover, 7, 220 
note. Her portrait at Parham, 25, i6w 

Anne of Cleves, reception of, 4, 155. Manor 
granted to, after her divorce, 6, 162. 163. 
Proceedings in reference to the supposed 
birth of a child of, 8, 3 7. Ditchling granted 
to, 13, 245. House said to be buUt by her, 
260. Payment for landing of, 15, 183 note* 
Patron of East Grinstead, 20, 146. Pension 
assigned to her on her divorce, 147. Tithes 
granted to her, 25, 217. 

Anne, queen, sermon on the death of, 18, 153. 
Form observed by her on touching for king's 
evil, 25, 210. Dr. Johnson's remembrance 
of her on such an occasion, 210 note, 

Anningdon, lands, saltpit, &c, in, given to Sele 
priory, 10, 114. 116. 117. 118. 

Annington, site of the chapel of St. Peter de 
Veteri Ponte, 8, 273. See Ammigden. 

Anscrll, T, famous smuggler, captured, 24, 1 41 . 

Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury in Dante's 
Paradise, 1, 174 note. Slindon granted to 
him, 19, 126. His church, 126, 127. 

Ansfrid's holding in Waldron, 13, 81. 

Ansketill, prior of Boxgrove, 121 7 and 1232, 
15, 121. 

Anson, lord, 11, 199. 

AnsLer church, defensive arms mounted at, 
11, 151. 

Anstis, Mr, heraldic MSS. lent by, 10, 211. 

Anstis's book of reference, Sussex heraldic 
memoranda in, 19, 190. 

Ansty, Cuckfield, inn sign at, 10, 181. 

Ansty, Battel abl:>ey rents in, 17, 54. 

** Answer to a Dawbcr with Untempered 
Mortar," quaker book so entitled, 16, 73. 

Antiquarianism, see Archaeology. 

Antiquities, Miscellaneous, discovered in 
and relating to Sussex, Mr Lower on, 5, 
198-206. Seals, 198. 199. 200. 201. 202. 
204. 205. British urn, 199. Compound 
ear-pick, tooth-pick, &c, 200. Memorial 
chimney backs, 202-204. Ancient inter- 
ments, 204. British gold coin, 206. 

Antonia, Mark Antony's daughter, gold medal 
of, found, 7, 74. 

Antoninus, Roman road omitted from the 
Itinerary of, 6, 102. 11, 128. Regnum, 223. 

Antoninus, coins of, found, 18, 2. 20, 52. 

Antoninus Pius, coins of, found, 11, 137. 139. 

Antony, John, bailiff of Pevensey rape (1388) 
24, 292. 

Antwerp cathedral and its seven aisles, 1, 146. 



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Ap-Jay, Morgan, Roger Counter's substitute 
at Agincourt, 15* 129. 23, 4. 

" Apostates ** in monasteries, formula for 
punishment of, 9, 106 note. Penance im- 
posed on such at Bayham, 165. 168. 

Apostle spoons, bequest of, 24, 195. 

Apparel, comments of an old chronicler on ex- 
travagance in, 12, 51 no/e. 

Apparitions, see Spirits. 

Appeal for murder (1718) 25, 133. 

Appelton, Tho. de, royal command to, 13, 106. 

Appenzell, silver girdle, &c, from, 8, 312. 

Appian Way, columbarium discovered in the, 
5, 224. Feature in the Stane street "sug- 
gestive of the, 16, 52. 

Appledore, 6, 97. Danish vessel found at, 
7, I. Etymology of, 15, 153 note. 

Appledc^e, Kent, 18, 75 note. 

Appledram, Apeldram, incumbent and valua- 
tion of, 8, 194. Dedication of the church, 
12, 67. 15, I20 note. Church bells, 16, 
144. 197. Battel abbey possessions in, 
manorial services, &c, 17, 26. 27. 54. 
Topographic reference, 18, 87. 

Appledram, by the Rev. F. H. Arnold, LL.B, 
18, 74-86. Site, derivation of name, 
boundaries, &c, 74, 75. Manorial history 
and customs, successive mesne tenants, &c, 
75-77. Ryman family and towers, subse- 
quent and present possessors, 78-80. Ryman 
pedigree, 80. Ecclesiastical history, unruly 
pilg^ms, &c, 81. Prebend endowment, 82. 
The church, beauty of the chancel, &c, 82, 
83. List of incumbents, 84. Extracts from 
the register ; salt pans, modus operandi 
there, 85. Smuggling and its evils, remi- 
niscences of old times,'85, 86. See Apuldram. 
** Apple howling,*' the custom of, 1, i lonote, 

Applesham wells used by the Romans, 3, 1 79. 
Yearly value, 141 1, 10, 140. Sir Hugh 
Halsham, lord of the manor of, 22, 9. 

Apprenticing of poor children, legislation and 
returns regarding, J6, 21. 22. 26. 31. 32. 

34- 35- 38» 41- 43. 44- 

Aprecsc, Julyan, will of, 6, 64. 

Apsde (Apslcy) John, why removed from the 
Sussex coronership, 17, 248. 

Apsele, or Apselee, Mathew, deed witnessed 
by, 9, 250. Inquiry he sat on, 251. 

Apsley ^mily, manor granted to Tewkesbury 
monastery by the, 10, 213. 

Apsley Manuscripts of the seventeenth cen- 
tury, by W. H. Blaauw, M.A, F.S.A, 4, 
219-230. Sir Allen Apsley, lieutenant of the 
Tower : last male of the family, 219. Pedi- 
gree, 220. Lady Apsley's correspondence : 
with Princess Elizabeth, Lady Dorset, and 
others, 221-227. Evelyn and Newton cor- 
respondence, 228-230. 

Apsley manuscripts relating to the Civil War, 
5, 29. 



Apsley, Alice, afterwards Lady Jefferay, 14, 
224. Her effigies, 242. 

Apsley, Allen, royalist compounder, 19, 93. 

Apsley, Sir Allen, lieutenant of the Tower, 
17y 154 7iote. See Apsley MSS. above. 

Apsley, Anthony, Ticehurst, 14, 1 14. Sub- 
sidy rate set on his lands, 114 7wte. 

Apsley, Cordelia, heiress of John, 13, 95. 

Apsley, Edward, parliamentarian, 5, 54. His 
origin and status, ilnd^ note. Probably the 
narrator of the royalist seizure of Arundel, 56. 
Put under arrest by his own party, 59. His 
borough, 102. 

Apsley, Edward, Sussex sequestrator, 19, 92. 

Apsley, Henry, differences referred to, 17, 154. 

Apsley, Jane, first wife of Wm. Newton, 9, 335. 

Apsley, John, royalist, 5, 49. 

Apsley, John, pensioner on Pynham priory, 

11, 107. 

Apsley, John of Thakeham, 13, 89. John, 
of Lewes, 95. 98. John, of London, 14, 
224. 243. 

Apsley, John, estate alienated by, 23, 185. 

Apsley, Nicholas, of Pulborough, mass-be. 
quests by, 3, 112. 

Apsley, Mr., counsel for Hastings, 15, 190. 

Apsley, col. parliamentarian, arrested, 18, 118. 

Apsley, William (1526) burial direction of, &c, 

12, 109. 

Apsley, William, of Thakeham, 23, 180. 

Apsley tything, common fine charged on, 
23, 239. 

Apsleys of Thakeham, ironmasters, 2, 217. 
Monumental brasses at Thakeham, 23, 183, 
Peerage originating in the family, 184. 

Apsleys in Cadets rising, 18, 18. 

Apuldram, salt works at, 5, 166. 

Apuldram, John of, 18, 79. 

" Apuldre," conjecture relative to, 18, 75 note, 

Apuldresham manor, yearly value, 141 1, 
10, 136. 

Apuldrum, Grimm's view of, 3, 232. 

Apulia, Greek helmet from Terra di Barri in, 
8, 283. 

Aquila family, religious foundations of the, 
origin of the name, &c, &c, 4, 42. 43. 44. 
SS' 5, 158. 167. 168. 170. Shipwreck of 
Engenulph and Geffrey de A, 4, 42. Manor 
and vill acquired by the family, 7, 77. 121. 
Fact borne testimony to by Seaford seal, 122. 

Aquila, Enguerran or Engenulf de, 6, 22. 
Killed at Hastings, 27. 130. Wace's ac- 
count : suggestion of Mr. Taylor, 130 note. 

Aquila, Gilbert de, forfeited possessions granted 
to, 6, 129, 130. Fatal end of two of his 
sons, 130. Name whereby he was called, 
131 note, 

Aquila, Gilbert de (No. 2) grants confirmed 
by, date of death, &c, 6, 130. 

Aquila, Gilbert de (No. 3) last of his family, 
founder of Michelham priory, 6, 130. His 



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foundation charters, witnesses thereto, &c, 
132, 133. 143. Site chosen by him for the 
buildings, 152. 

Aquila, Gilbert de, request of William de 
Avrenches to, 7» ii9» 120. Manor given 
by him to Michelham, 121. 

Aquila, Gilbert de, Pevensey castle and forest 
conferred on, 14, 41. Chantry founded by 
one of his family, 140. Hb gift to Mares- 
field church, 145. Gift by his grandson to 
Michelham, 233. 

Aquila, Richer de, his opposition to Henry I. 
and its consequences, 4, 42, 43. 

Aquila, Richer de (No. 2) benefactor to Wil- 
mington priory, 6, 130. 

Aquila, Richer de, killed by a boy-archer, 
6, 130. 

Aquila, Richer de, chapel founded by, 9, 41. 
Extent of land given by him, 42. 

Aquila, Richard de, gift to Grestein abbey by, 
14, 41. Chapel endowed by, 270. 

Aquila, Nicholas de, dean and bishop (?) of 
Chichester, 6, 130. 

Aquila, "honour" of, 14, 55. 157. 24, 247. 

Aquilas, connection of the de Ickleshams with 
the, 6, 88. 

Aquilon, Roger, advowson given to Tortington 
priory by, 11, no. 

Aquilun, Manastorius, gift deed witnessed by, 
11, 117. 

Arabic numerals, oldest known datein, 25, 1 23. 

Aranch, or Avranche, Richard, preceptor of 
Shipley, 9, 249. 

Arblaster, Lord William, mandatory letter 
from the abbot of Dureford to, 9, 155. 

Archseologia, letters on the last London plague 
in the, 9, 57 note, 

Archjeological Institute Mbbtino at 
Chichester, 12-19 July, 1853. (^° The 
report of the proceedings at this meeting ti»- 
mediately follows page 232 o/'Vol. VIL, aa<i 
has its own paging (1-54). The pagings in- 
dicated Mow are ther^ore those of the report 
itse\f, and not qf the volume to which it is 
appended. Introductory meeting, i. Ad- 
dress of the president. Lord Talbot de Mala- 
hide, 2-5. Mr. Edward Freeman on the 
History of Earl Godwine, 5-9. Rev. J. L. 
Petit on the Architecture of Boxgrove 
Priory Church, 9-13.36,37. Mr. Sharps 
on the Churches of Sussex: SajcoUf 13, 
14. NoTTnan, 14, 15. Transitionalf 15-17. 
Lancet period, 17, 18. Geometrical Jteriod, 
18, 19. Curvilinear period, 19, 20. /?ec- 
tilinear period, 20, 21. Hon. R. Curzon on 
the Contents of the Temporary Museum, 
21-32. Rev. L. Vernon Harcourt on a 
British Village, 32. Rev. F. Spurrell 
on WisBY Guild Seals, 32, 33. Rev. 
' Edward Turner on the Collegiate 
Establishment at Bosham, ^3, Rev. 



Philip Freeman on Dunstall's Etchings, 
ibid. Mr. Hills *on the Roman Inscrip^ 
tion found at Chichester, 33-35. Professor 
Willis on Chichestbr Cathedral, 35. 
Mr. W. D. Cooper on British and Saxom 
Names, 37. Goodwood Gallery of 
Paintings, 37, 38. Mr. Blaauw on Sir 
David Owen*^ Tomb, 38. Rev. Dr. Col- 
lingwood Bruce on the BayeuxTapestry^ 
39. Rev. G. Clarkson on Ahberley 
Castle, ibid. Visit to Bignor, Pet- 
worth, and CowDRAY, 40. Visit to 
Pevensey and Lewes, 41, 42. Rev. H. 
Mitchell on Bosham Monastery, Rev. 
John Maugham on the " Maiden Way," 
Mr. M. A. Lower on the History* of Sha- 
FORD, and Rev. Edmund Venables on 
Robertsbridge Abbey, 43. Mr. Blaauw 
on Lauohton Place Tower, 43, 44. Mr. 
Henry Long on the Ancient British 
Tribes, and Rev. C. Hardy on the His- 
tory of Hayling Island, 44. Sculpturs 
and Monuments in Chichester Cathe- 
dral, 44, 45. Rev. Arthur Hussey on 
C£SAR*s Invasion of Britain, 45-47. Rev. 
B. R. Perkins on Ancient Chichester 
Names, 47. Professor Buckman on Exca- 
vations at Corinium; Hon. Richard 
Neville on a remarkable SrcNET-RiNO 
found at Colchester; and Rev. E. Turner 
on the History of the Empress Matilda, 
48. Mr. Hawkins on " Treasure Trove," 
48, 49. Mr. Franks's report on the 
Excavations on Bow Hill, 51-54. — ^Note, 
the several papers referred to above, by Afr. 
Blaauw, Mr, W. D. Cooper, Rev. Philip 
Freeman, Rev, L. Fenion Harcourt, Mr., 
Hills, and Mr. M. A. Lower are printed in 
the Sussex Society's Collections, and are 
referred to in this Index under their proper 
heads. 

Arch£Ological Institute, Catalogue of 
Antiquities exhibited during the above 
meeting, 8, 281-344. 

Archaeology, or Antiquarianism, meaning of, 
6," 2. Chief divisions of Archaeology, 22, 57. 

Archcdown Forest, 9, 126. See Ashdown 
forest. 

Archer, Agnes, cleared of a suspicion of 
murder, 8, 206. 

Archer, James, his destructive doings at Sca- 
ford, 7, 82. Royal injunction against him, 
83. 22, 119. Status of the Archers at 
Alfriston, 7, 82 note. 

Archer, John, purchaser of and dealings with 
" Cobbis " in ArUngton by, 22, 118, 119. 

Archer, Wm, tenant of the Gages, 19, 114. 

Archers at the battle of Hastings, 6, 29, 30. 

Archers and arrows supplied by Sussex, 17» 1 1 7. 

Archery in churchyards, compulsory practice 
of on Sundays, &c, 12, 38 note. 



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Archery f Cobden property so called (1562) 
16, SI. 

Arches family, bridge named after the, 11, 53. 

Archibald, C. D, on ancient ordnance, 2, 
182 note. 

** Archimedes of Wadhiirst," the, 4, 276. 

Architectural compliments to royalty, 25, 
81 no^•. 

Architectural relics of Lewes priory, see Lewes 
Priory, architectural relics of. 

Architecture, mediaeval, main source of the 
history of, 2, 221. 

Arcoll, Nicholas, trade token, 11, 176. 

Ardagh, Lieut. J. C, 18, 165. On a *' Kitchen- 
midden " at Newhaven, 167, 168. 

Arden, Yorkshire; gift by the abbot and con- 
vent of, to Boxfgrove Priory, 15, 97. 

Ardeme, Peter, ch. baron. Exchequer, 18, 34. 

Ardem, Robt, licensed to krenellate, 13, iii. 

Ardingly, brasses, tablets, &c, in the church, 
2, 311. 11, 38. 16, 273. 23, 133. Furnaces 
and iron works, 3, 242. 18, 16. Subsidy 
roll, 9, 87. Yearly value of the living 
(1650) 10, 23 note. Early owners, patrons, 
&C, 151, 152. Bequests by the parson to 
the poor, &c. (1589) 155 note. Dacre estate 
sold, 11, 64. Death and character of a 
rector, 189. Incumbent's arms quota, 225. 
Trader's token, 11, 175. 176. 24, 123. 
Church bells, 16, 188. 194. 198. Common 
fine charged on the " Burrough," 23, 233. 
See 14, 177. 208. 209. 

Ardingly, East Ardington, and Arling^n, 
yearly value of lands, &c. (1649) 19, 
207. 208. 

Ardmodington (Almodington) common fine 
charged on, 23, 230. 

Argas, Argos, or Argot's Hill, source of the 
Rother at, 15, 151. 

Argences, Norman family of, 9, 249. 

Argentin, Richard, priory founded by, 6, 47. 

Argles, Thomas, commonage claimed by, 24, 
205. 209. 

Argyle's head on the Tolbooth, 10, 19. 

Argyle, George, knight, 23, 179. 

Argyleshire, a Sussex ironmaster's unprofitable 
venture in, 11, 9. 

Arkcoll, Thomas, barrows opened by permis- 
sion of, 22, 191. 

Arks found in tombs at Thebes, 8, 281. 

Aries, erroneously substituted for Orleans, 1, 
185 note. 

Arlington, deeds relating to property in, see 
Cobbe. 

Arlington church, 2, 275. Unusual append- 
age in the churchyard, 3, no. Form of 
borough English in the manor, 6, 178. A 
depraved rector, 11, 16. Trader's token 
issued at, 175. Incumbent's arms quota, 
227. Church bells, 16, 198. Topographic 
reference, 284. Yearly value of lands, &c 



(1649) 19, 208. Crown presentation, 21. 
49. See 14, 207. 209. 211. 216. 233. 236, 
15, 159. 
Armada, see Spanish Armada. 
Armagnac, countess of, " concerning the death 

of," 6, 51. End of the line, il'id note. 
Armenians, double reason for their worshipping 

the g^oddess Bari, 1, 152. 
Armenian MSS. at Parham, 25, n. 
Armitage, Nycholas, Seaford, testimonial to a 

fellow-townsman joined in by, 7, 149. 
Armour, arms, &c, exhibited at Chichester, 

1853, 8, 31S-318. 
Armour, ancient modes of cleaning, 9, 255. 
Armour furnished by the East Sussex clergy 

(1612) 11, 225-227. 
Armour, ancient, at Parham, 25, 4-10. Be- 
quests of coats of mail, &c, 147. 
Arms, armorial bearings, &c, importance of 
inquiries into the origin of, 6, 71, 72. Evi- 
dences of the antiquity of heraldry, 73. 74. 
Custom of adopting arms through heiresses 
and wives, 75. Philosophy of heraldry, 89. 
Origin of, and various methods of obtaining 
arms, 24, 25 Jiote. Earliest rolls extant, 
25, 88. Practice of varying hereditary 
coats, so-called Crusader's arms, &c, ibid. 
Rolls, temp. Edw. II., the Caerlavcrock roll, 
&c, 89. Herald's visitations and their re- 
sults, 89-91. Spurious genealogies and 
their fabricators, 90 note. Ancestral coats 
and law suits relative thereto, 91. Legiti- 
mate mode of obtaining arms, iHd. Need 
for checking the capricious assumption of 
coat armour, 92. 
Arms of Sussex families, see Sussex families. 
Arms of Sussex notables, 25, 92-100. 
Army-disbanding tax, 23, 57. 
Armytage, Mr, roll of arms edited by, 25, 

95 note. 
Amald (or Arnold) prior of Lewes or Monta- 

cute, 2, 24. 3, 195. 
Arnold (or Amald) host of Edw. I. at Uckfteld, 

a considerable person, 2, 145. 12, 6. 
Arnold, Dr, on legal morality, 21, 134. 
Arnold, Edw, bellfounder, 16, 178 note. 196. 
Arnold, Rev. F. H, LL.B, Papers by : — 
On Appledram, 18, 74-80. 
On Fact and Legend concerning Hjlrold, 

19, 71-82. 
On the visit of George, Prince of Wales, 

to Chichester in 1716, 19, 145-148. 
Meinorials of the "Lady Percy" of 
Shakespeare, and her husbands, Hot- 
spur and Lord Camoys, 20, 120- 131. 
Lordington House, its owners and associa- 
tions, 21, 73-89. 
Notes on a biography of Simon de Wells, 
bishop of Chichester (1204-7) ^^i '7^* 
184. 
On Racton, 23, 1-19, 314-317. 



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Arnold, Rev. F. H, continued: 

On the Ayres* ceiling, at Pctworth, 24, 

115-119. 
On Sussex Certificates for the Roj-al Touch, 
25, 204-2 1 2. Co-author of Memoir of 
late Rev. E. Turner, 213-219. 
Minor communications : On the robbery of 
the cardinal of Rouen,18, 194. On the 
quartering of Cade's adherents, 19, 192, 
193. On early Venetian relations with 
Sussex, 20, 224, 225. Adfiendum to 
same (by Mr. Holloway) 22, 186, 
187. On the duty of the Crier cA Chi- 
chester, 20, 228, 229. On Chichester 
needles, 223. 224. On the carriage of 
timber to Lewes, 235. On monumen- 
tal brasses at Pet worth, 23, 172. On 
a coin of Alfred the Great, 2 1 6. On an 
iron monumental slab to the memory 
of a parson of Withy ham, 320. On 
the burning of Cowdray liouse, 24, 
294. On a Roman bronze ligula, 295. 
On the Quintain, 25, 23 1, 232. On Uie 
Nine Men's Morris, 234. 
Arnold, George, his collection of tokens, 24, 

123 note. 132. 
Arnold, John, "parson," will witnessed by, 

21, 201. 
Arnold, Mr, diarist Marchant's business with, 

25, 187. 
Arnold, William, proof of age by, 12, 27. 
ArnoU, Nicholas, token of, 24, 134. 
Arnott, Rev. S, contributions towards a Pa- 
rochial History of Hollington, 21t 138-158. 
Arrays (Arras) with imagery, bequeathed by 

Sir D. Owen, 7, 38. 
" Arripay," the dread of the Spaniards, 4, 1 10. 
Arrows sent from the Tower to Winchelsea, 

23, 25. 
Arthur, Olivia, married to J. Bartelott, 23, 181. 
Arthur, prince, son of Hen. VII, Sir D. Owen 
at the baptism and marriage of, 7, 25. 
See 21, 76. 
Arthuret, Cumberland, King's letter for collec- 
tion for repairs of church and chapels of 
(1607) 19, 44-46. 
Arthur's Club, origin of, letter on, &c, 10, 40 

Twte. 
Arthurs, or Athurs, lands so called, 9, 127. 
Artizans' wages, temp. Hen. Ill, 17, 143. 
Arun river, canoe or British boat found near 
the, 10, 147, 148. 12, 264 {see Canoe] 
Low lands of the, 11, 89. Provision against 
their submersion, temp. Hen. 1, 93. Priories 
on its banks, 109. 112. Roman roads 
crossing it, &c, 16, 52. 53. 62. 64. Old 
bridge over it, 17, 109. Its Saxon name, 
20, 186. Once a marine estuary, 24, 147. 
See Rivers of Sussex. 
Arundel bridge, and the wooden bridge in its 
middle, 11, 9a, 93. 



"Arundel," Sir Bevb of Hampton's horse, 
and Arundel town, 4, 31, 32. 35, 36. 

Arundel castle, 1, 8. Taken by William 
Rufus, 2, 132. Besieged by Henry I, iHiL 
Besieged by Stephen, 133. Grimm's view, 
3» 234. Jocdin of Louvain, the warder, 8, 
51. Tenure of his office, 14, 2. Vicis- 
situdes of the castle during the civil wars, 
capture by the Parliament forces, &:c, 9, 
45- 49- 50. 51-54- 294. 19, 118. Settled 
on GLueen Adeliza, 11, 91. R. Dalyngniggc, 
constable, 12, 230. Founders and pos- 
sessors, 18, 197, 198. One of its defenders, 
22, 167. Confiscation of another de- 
fender's estate, 25, i note, 

Arundel chapel, founder of, 11, 97 note. 

Arundel church, 1, 10. Dedication, 12, 84. 
Crown and early presentations, 12, 256. 
17, 107. 21. 45. Bells, their donors, 
weights, inscriptions, &c, 16, 188. 195. 198. 
Great stone altar and tradition connected 
therewith, 20, 23 1 . Work in other churches 
similar, and suggestion apropos thereto, 22, 
80. Monumental brasses, 23, 134-136. 

Arundel College Chapel, notes of a recent 
EXCAVATION at, by Canon Tierney, F.R.S, 
F.S.A, 3, 7 7-88. Terms of conveyance, &c, 
to the earls of Arundel, 77. Plan of the 
chapel, 78. Motives for the cxcavatian, 
79. Mortal remains, &c, found on the oc- 
casion, 79-85. Interments of the Howards, 
earls of Staiford, 85, 86. An instance of 
monumental inaccuracy, 87. Mutilated 
statuette exhumed, 87, 88. 

Arundel college, friary, &c : the preaching 
friars, 1, 171. 2, 150. 3, 112. 11, 98 note. 
Grimm's views of college and friary, 3, 
233. Ordinations to the college, 17, 199. 
Bequest to the friars, 19, 184. 

Arundel, deanery and priory bf, 5, 231-234. 

Arundel forest and swans, 17, 120. 116, 217. 

Arundel honour, an escheat to the crown, 12, 
154. Possessed by the Percies, 14, 2. 
Extent of its jurisdiction, 41. 

Arundel rape, amount of subsidy collected in 
1296, 2, 289. Dedication of churches in, 
12, 82-104. Apprcntidngs in, 16, 21. 
Justices' certificates as to its condition, 35. 
40. 43. 44. Knighthood compositions, 50. 
Publications relating to rape, casde, and 
town, 18, 96-99. 110. 

Arundel, Tax-payers of the Borough of, 
with Extracts from the Subsidy Roll of 
1296, and other MSS, by W. H. Blaauw, 
M.A, F.S.A, 7, 158-167. Portion of sub- 
sidy paid by the rape, 158. Quota con- 
tributed by each hundred and half-hundred, 
159-162. Names of and amounts paid by 
Arundel burgesses, inferences therefrom as 
to tlicir status, &c, 163. The like of the 
1327 and 133a subsidies, 164, 165. Levy 



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under the nonae return of 1340, caisually 
justifying a smaller payment, 165, 166. 
Subsidy of 1545 and payers of same, 166, 
167. Grant to the Dominican monks, 
167. 
Arundel town, nonae returns, 1, 62. 64. Con- 
vent of Dominicans at, 170, riote. Royal 

visits to, 2, 134, 135- 138. i4»- 143- I53-»5S- 
158. In the hands of the royalists, 5, 29. 
31. 35. 39. 40. Captured by the Parliament, 
41, 42. Re-taken by and again conquered 
from the royalists, 5.')'59- 60-64. Its con- 
dition after the siege, 70. Committed to 
the charge of the London apprentices, 72. 
One of the suggested sites of Anderida, 6, 
92 7iot€s The place in British and Roman 
times, 9, 112. Smugglers, 10, 81. Prior 
Garnerius, 126. John Warnecamp*s lands, 
137. Inn sign, 187. View of the town from 
the " Causeway hill," 11', 89. Possessions of 
the canons of Calceto in, 96-98. Rents, &c. 
held by Tortington and Atherington in, no. 
119. " Eminent for building of ships," 181. 
Its distance from the sea* 181 note. Guild 
writ, 292. Roman station, Ad Decimum, 
^^ 13, 3. Causeway, ^$. Sir J. Jefferay, 
M.P. for, 14, 223. Quakers before the 
mayor, 16, 67. Real and legendary de- 
rivation of its name, 258. Coach road, 
306. Og^lby*s description of the road from 
London to, and c^ the town, 19, i57-i59> 
Condition after the siege, 20, 38. 40. 41. 

Arundel, pensions and rent charge granted 
to St. Nicholas priory and Holy Trinity 
college at, 22, 96. 97. Old mansion 
called Nineveh, 185. See Nineveh. 

Arundel mullets, 13, 232. 16, 307. 

Arundel traders* tokens, 11, 175. 177. 16, 
310. 18, 164. 24, 124. 

Arundel, 5ee 10, 12, 11, 102. 109. no. 119. 
130. 170. 228. 229. 20, 38. 40. 41. 

Arundel, earl of, ferry claimed by the, 25, 59. 
High stewardship held by him, 1 18. 

Amndel earldom, accession of the Howards to 
the, 3, 78. 

Arundel earldom conferred on Roger de Mont- 
gomeri, 23, 2. Racton part of its domains, 
2. 4 note, 

Arundel, earls of, Grimm*s view of an ancient 
house of the, 3, 238. ' 

Arundel, earls and family of, benefactors to 
Boxgrove, 15, 93. 95. 97. 98- 99- 

Arundel, earls of, their right of wreck, 17, 148. 

Arundel, earls of: Fitzalan monuments, 18, 
98. Earl Philip, 99. Sussex castles held by 
them, 148, 149. 

Arundel, earls of, their hostelry in Westboume, 
22, 78 note. Their dealings with the 
church and incumbency of Westboume, 80. 
8'* 93' 97. 99* 100. loi. 109. Their 
armorial bearing, 142. 



Arundel, carls of, **rent resolute," payable to 
the, 23, 32. 

Amndel, earls of. See below. See also 
Albini. Fitzalan. Howard. Montgomeri. 

Arundel and Chichester, earls d, 25, 85. 

Arundel, Alianora, bequest by, 17, 78. 

Arundel, Anne, countess of, 5, 15, Her 
pathetic letter from her Wiston prison, 16. 

Arundel, Beatrice, countess of, 1, 163 note. 
Dower assigned to, 17, 83. 

Arundel, Edmund Fitzalan, earl of (beheaded 
1326) contravention of a statute in favour 
of, 7, 167. Devolution of Worth manor to 
Alice, wife of, 8, 237. Escheat of the 
estates of, 12, 28. Stoppage by the king 
of a suit against, 20, 9. 

Arundel, Fitzalans, earls of, 1, 163. Arms 
adopted by the, 6, 76, 77. Their dealings 
vrith Michelham priory, 159, 160. Their 
Ditchling possessions, 16, 134. 136. 300. 

Arundel, Henry (last of the Fitzalans) earl of 
(ob. 1580) Arundel college and its lands 
bought by, 3, 78. His death, ibid. Dis- 
covery of the remains of his second wife, her 
burial and re-burial, 81. Curious story 
connected therewith, 82. His own remains 
also found, 84, 85. Custom released to his 
tenants by, 6, 170. Summoned to Parlia- 
ment in his father's lifetime, 12, 80 note. 
Programme of his funeral, 261, 262. Re- 
ferred to as " The Whyght Horsse," 23, 6. 
Estate probably sold by him, 185. His 
portrait at Parham, 25, 13. See 5, 192. 

Arundel, Henry F. Howard, earl of (pb. 1652). 
Manorial rents claimed by, 234. 235. 240. 
Basis of his claims, 235 wde, 

Arundel, Isabella de Warenne, countess of, 
right claimed by, her books, &c, 1, 173 note. 
Nunnery founded by her, 1 74 note, 

Arundel, John, Lord Maltravers, 9, 354. 

Arundel, John, 17TH earl of (ob, 1435). Dis- 
covery of the REMAINS of by Canon Tiemey, 
F.R.S.,F.S.A., 12, 232-239. His military 
career, death in battle, and burial at Beau vais, 
233-235. Proof from a will of the removal 
of his remains from France, and of their 
re-burial at Arundel, 235-239. Builder of 
" Nineveh," Arundel, 20, 192. See 10, 206. 

Arundel, John, physician to Hen. VII, bishop of 
Chichester, in league with a refractory prior, 
2, 71. His visitation to Michelham priory, 
6, 147. His dealing with Easeboume 
nunnery, 9, 17. Date of his episcopate, 
ibidf note, 

Arundel, John, sub-prior of Tortington, 3, 139 
n^te, 

Arundel, John de, manor held in sergeantry 
by, 7, 29 mite. 

Arundel, John de, monk of Bayham, alleged 
robbery of, 11, 124. Another version of 
the affair, 124, 125. 



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Arundel, John of, bequest to, 25, 147. 148. 
Arundel, John de Mowbray, earl of, Carme- 
lites* house at Shoreham founded by, 25, 
146 note. [According to Tanner (Nofitia 
MonasLica^ p. 564) the founder was Sir John 
de Mowbray.] 
Arundel, Philip, earl of (beheaded 1595) arrest 

of, 5, 195. 
Arundel, Richard Fitzalan, earl of {oh. 1302) 
poacher on a bishop's demesne, penance 
imposed on, &c., 2, 141. 17, 121. 192, 193. 

Arundel, Richard Fitzalan, earl of (pb. 1326) 
tomb erected in Lewes priory by, 2, 13. 
Beheaded in spite of the king's pardon, 21. 
His possessions restored to his heir, 22. 

Arandel, Richard Fitzalan, earl of {ob, 1376) 
arms of in stained glass, 9, 357. Land 
released to, 12, 29 note. Successes of his 
king shared in by, 225. Complains against 
poachers, 17, 120. Command laid on him 
relative to Chichester walls, 18, 149. 

Arundel, Richard Fitzalan, earl of {pb, 1397) 
manor granted to, 9f 245. Burglaries 
complained of by, 18, 145. 

Arundel, Richard, earl of, particulars of a 
computus off 11, 105. See 9» 11 note. 

Arundel, Sir Richard, peculiar bequest by, 1, 
173 note. 

Arundel, Thomas, archbishop of York and Can- 
terbury and Lord Chancdlor («/•. 1413) his 
threat against a Lollard, 7y 156. See 20, 
12. 25f 121 note. 

Arundel and Surrey, Thomas Fitzalan, earl of 
(pb, 1415) lands held by, annual value of 
same, &c. (1411-12)10, 131, 132. Attorney 
appointed by him on leaving England, 151. 
Chapel founded by him, 11, 97 note. Inca- 
pacitated by sickness forAgincourt, 15, 125. 
Numbers and wages of his retinue, 127. 
List of same, 128-132. Division of his es- 
tate among his sisters, 17) 83. Rout of 
rebels joined in by him, 20, 125. 

Arundel, ITiomas Fitzalan, earl of {ob. 1524) 
his clemency towards a deer-stealing prior, 
11, 112, 113. 

Arundel, Thomas Howard, earl of, the w- 
tuoso {ob. 1646) his chequered career, 5, 
39. His patronage of art, munificence to 
Charles I, &c, 40. Earl marshal, 16, 30. 

Arundel, William de Albini, carl of, 3, 48. 
His oppressive convluct, 49. 

Arundel, William de Albini, earl of {ob. 11 76) 
and his son, benefactors to Pynham priory, 
11, 92. 105. 

Arundel, William de Albini, earl of {ob. 11 96) 
gift to Dureford abbey by, 8, 51. Provision 
for prayers for his soul, 53. 

Arundel, William de Albini, earl of {ob. 1221) 
mission shared in by, 17, 73. 

Arundel, William de Albini, carl of (1226-30) 
deed witnessed by, 9, 234. 



Arundel, William, earlof (/em/>.Hen. HI.) land 
given by, 20, 3. 

Arundel, Wm. Fitzalan, earl of {ob, 1488) 
tomb of himself and countess, 12» 237 
Twte. Tomb and brass to his marshal, 13, 
89 note. License to form a guild grsmted 
to him and others, 22, 148. 

Arundel, William Fitzalan, earl of {ob. 1544) 
parishes united by, 12, 70 note. HermitaJge 
bequeathed to, 80 note. Land taken in ex- 
change by, 20, 141. 

Arundel, William de, clerk, rent quit-dalmed 
by, 11, 98. 

Anindell, John, property acquired by, 12, 40 
note, 

Arundell, Thomas de, an esquire at Agincouit, 
15y 129. 

Arundell, Wm, prior of Tortington, 12, 91. 

Ascenham, William, benefactor to Pynham 
priory, 11, 97. 

Ascomanni, derivation of the name, 4, 10 1. 

Ascnilla, Thomas de, land held by, 20, 3. 

Ash, Sir James, bart, arms of, 25, 92. 

Ashbome, Ashbourne, Ashbomham, Asher- 
bum, en- Ashbumer, variations of the 
armorial bearings of, 6, 85, 86. 

Ashbomeham, see Ashbumham. 

Ashbum stream and its confluents, 15, 157. 

Ashbumer, latinized form of, 8, 152 note. 

Ashbumham, after the battle of Hastings, 2, 

57. Character of the iron made there, 194, 
195. Last existing furnace in E. Sussex, 
204, 205. Geology of the site, 206. Pelham 
buckle on the church and on its tower, 3, 
226. 24, 7. Further on furnaces, iron 
works, &c, 3, 241. 244. 15, 157. 18, 
14-16. Valuation of the parish in 1649, 6, 

58. Owner at Domesday Survey, 9, 365. 
Incumbent's arms quota, 11, 226. Grantee 
of the rectory, temp. Hen. VIII. 13, 157. 
Value, &c, 176. The church bells, 16, 
160. 194. 198. Ashbumham monuments 
in the church, 24, 23. 

Ashbumham Wood, stream rising in, 15, 154. 
Topographic reference, 17, 169. Relic of 
Chas. I. at, 25, 207. 

Ashbumham family, property at Brooraeham, 
1, 70 note. Earliest allusion to the arms of 
the, 6, 84. Original name' home by them, 
84, 85. Arms and names borne by pro- 
bable offshoots of the family, 85, 86. 

Ashbumham, Bartholomew de, captured and 
hanged, 9, 372. 

Ashbumham, colonel, 5, 32. 36. 

Ashbumham, Denny, burial entry of, 22, 91. 

Ashbumham, Denny, incumbent of Ditch- 
ling, 13, 259. 

Ashbumham, Sir D, last Lord Warden's 
nominee M.P. for Hastings, 14, loi. 

Ashbumham, earl of, hundred in Hastings 
rape under the lordship of, 6, 57. At Hal- 



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land, 11, 192. 203. Patronage exercised 
by, 17, 61. Lord of the manor of Burwash, 
21, 121. See 14, 67 note. 186. 

Ashbumham, John de, spoliation of his woods 
by Edw. II, 17, 116. Compensation paid 
to him by Edw. Ill, 1 16 noUf 18, 143. 

Ashbumham, John, M.P. for Hastings, deal- 
ings of the Parliament with, 5, 36. Royal 
requisition disregarded by him, 49 note. 
Disabled, 102. One John a subsidy com- 
missioner, 15, 71. Another a road com- 
missioner, 146. 

Ashbumham, John, his "Narrative," 17, 169. 
24, 3. Royalist compounder, 19, 93. 
Relics of Chas. I preserved by, 24, 3. 

Ashbumham, Sir John, estate sold to the 
Relfes by, 18, 14. An improvident man, 

24,3. 

Ashbumham, Laurence (1556) 14, iii. 

Ashbumham, Lawrence, parliament seques- 
trator, &c. 5, 36, 60. 

Ashbumham, lord, Wartling bought by, 19, 
III note. 

Ashbumham, Mr, furnaces of, 3, 241. 344. 

Ashbumham', Richard de, 9, 278. 

Ashbumham, William, royalist, 5, 36. Hos- 
pital founded b/, 13, 306. 

Ashbumham, Sir William, dean, and after- 
wards bishop of Chichester, condemned 
sermon preached by, 10, 87, 18, 89. Am- 
berley leased to Sir J. Pcachey by, 17, 224. 
Details of rents, 224 note. Arms of, 25*92. 

Ashbumham crest as an inn sign, 10, 187. 

Ashbumhams, cinque ports bsirons, 15, 193. 
201. 202. 217. 209. 210. 

Ashbumhams of Ashbumham, 24, i. Tra- 
ditional origin of the family and supposed 
fate of its head, 2. First peer, arms for- 
merly and now home by them, 4. The 
Bromham branch and its baronetcy, itid. 

Ashbumhams and Coverts, marriages, &c, of, 
23, 179, 180. 

Ashbumhams, cursory references to the, 10, 
66. 159. 166. 25,87. 171. See Ashebom- 
ham. Ashebumham. Assheboumehame. 
Esbomham. 

Ashbury, or Ashbome, of Worcestershire, arms 
home by, 6, 85. 86. 

Ashdon's wife, Sussex martyr, 17, 165. 

Ashdown Forest and Alfred's battle with the 
Danes, 1, 6. Ashdown (Assandun) Berks, 
the actual site of the baUle, 23, 208. The 
Sussex Ashdown identified as the site of a 
battle between Edmund Ironsides and the 
Danes, 23, 208, 209. 

Ashdown Forest, Sussex, furnaces and ancient 
iron works in, 2, 206. 3, 242. 24, 190. 191, 
195, notes. Its modem limits, 6, 152. 

Ashdown Forest, or Lancaster Great 
Park, by Rev. Edward Tumer, M.A, 
^^9 35-^4* Proofs of Roman and Saxon 



occupation; ''finds'* of coins and other 
remains, 35-38. Derivation of name, 39. 
Successive possessors in early times, 40, 
41. Grant to John of Gaunt, 42. First 
mention of Ashdon as an independent pro- 
perty, 43. "Extent of the Forest" (1576) 
44. "Old P&3me" and his state-loving 
and other descendants, 44, 45. Hunting 
seat and its royal occupants, 45, 46. Ex- 
emptions claimed by forest residents ; bailiffs 
and other officers, 47. State of the park 
temp. Chas. I, dimensions, &c, in 1658, 48, 
49. " Kingstanding " or "dueenstanding" 
hUl, 49, 50. Waste and encroachments, 50, 
51. Annihilation of the park, 52. Disputes 
between crown lessees and claimants of 
various rights, &c, 52-59. Arrangements 
finally come to, 59, 00. Tradition of " The 
Dane's churchyard," result of excavations 
on the spot, 60, 61. Decrease of timber 
trees : "The High Beeches," 61. Last doe 
of the forest; disappearance of the black 
game, 62. Poachers, smugglers, and horse- 
stealers, and their rendezvous, ibid. ** The 
Copthome Horn," anticipations of Napo- 
leon's invasion, 63. Privileges claimed by 
lords of adjacent manors, 63, 64. Horsfidd's 
error, 64. Geological features of the forest, 
138. Horses bred for the King, 139. Mares- 
field rector's pasturage, pannage, &c. 168. 
Supplementary notice, 261. Addendum, 15, 
235. Streams rising in the forest, 16, 271. 
King's huntsmen sent there, 17, lai. Mr. 
Turner's recollections, 25, 215, 216. 

Ashdown Forest, or Lancaster Great Park, and 
its several lodges, &c, commonwealth par- 
liamentary surveys of, 23, 220. 250-271. 
Room for improvement, 260 note. Last relic 
of the deer, 301 note. Commoners' rights 
in various parishes, 24, 194-196. 

Ashdown, " Esschedoun " Forest, see 6, 140. 
9, 42. 44. 125, 126. 

Ashdowne, John, prior of Lewes, 3, 204. 

Ashe, Edw, justice (1655) 20, 100. 

Ashe, Simeon, vicar, Salehurst, baptisms of 
children of, 25, 159. Burial of himself, 1 60. 

Ashebomham, John, at Agincourt, 15, 125. 

Ashebumham, John, 14, 96. 

Asheburham (or Asshebumham) Thomas, 
mayor of Winchelsea, 23, 34. 

Ashedon, free chase of, 9, 41. 

Ashefelde, forge in, 3, 242. 

Asherst arms on a tile, 18, 66. 

Ashfield, Sir Richard, 25, 113. Pedigree, last 
baronet, &c, 114. 

Ashfold, Wm, converted to Quakerism, 16, 71. 

Ashfold, tithing, 17, 185. 

Ashford, J, denounced for (tisaffection, 5, 72. 

Ashgrove, Roger, fac simile of his grant to a 
Lepers' hospital, 12, 14. Text and trans- 
lation, 15. See 18, 62. 



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Ashington church, Sussex, gfiven by Wm. de 
Braose to Sele priory, 10, loi. Dedica- 
tion, 12, 104. Church bells, 16, 142. 147. 
198. Stream, 251. Dedication of Ashing- 
ton church, Somerset, 16, 13. 

Ashley, Katherine, custody of Princess (after- 
wards GL) Eliz, why taJcen from, 8, 224. 

Ashley mills, parliamentary survey of, 23, 
271-274. Additional certificate, 292. 

Ashling, East, stream rising at, 16, 262. 

Ashmolean museum, relics of Roman smelt- 
ing works in the, 3, 248. Charters rela- 
ting to Bayham abbey, 9, 153. 158. 163. 
172. Crusaders' roll, 364, 365. Calceto 
priory deeds, 11, 94-96. Summary of their 
contents, 96-104. iii. Battel abbey seal, 

17, B3' 

Ashton valley, Roman remains, 16, 59. 

Ashton. See Assheton. Asshton. 

Ash Tree inn at Ashbumham, 10, 187. 

Ashurst churdi, 12, 104. A 63 years rector 
of, 13, 253. Church bells, 16, 198. Stream, 
251. 271. Common fine charged on the 
township, 23, 239. See Assheherst, Ass- 
hurst. 

Ashurst, Wilson's furnaces at, 11, 9. 

Ashurst wood, a misnomer, 20, 144. 

Ash Wednesday charity, Eastbourne, 14, 134. 

Ashwell, John, customs comptroller, Chiches- 
ter and Winchelsea (1380) 24, 64. 

Ask, or Aske, John, yearly value of manors, 
lands, &c, held by (141 1), 10, 137. Lands, 
&c, sold (141 1) by, 12, 29 note. Dealings 
with Verdley castle by another John (1541) 
265. The latter attainted {temp, H en. VIII.) 
gprantee of his forfeited estate, &c, 20, 141. 

Askes and Dawtreys, 14, 19. 

Askewe, bishop of Salisbury, 18, 20. 

Aslaby,John, D.D, vicar, Wcstboume, 22, 100. 
Master of the Maison Dieu, Arundel, loi. 

Aslot, Alice, bequest to Stedham altar and 
Ught by, 12, 78. 

Assandun, see Ashdown. 

Assart or Assert lands, meaning and descrip- 
tion of, 3, 58 note. 6, 176. 24, 217 note. 
Existence of Assart lands in Ashdown 
Forest denied, 14, 58. 

Assay office, Dublin, Kidder portrait in the, 

9, 136. 

Asselote, Henry, proof of age by, 12, 36. 

Asser, historian of Alfred's fight with the 
Danes, 1, 6. 23, 208. Identification of the 
Dene, the place of his first interview with 
Alfred, 3, 19. 20. On points in Saxon 
history, 4, 75. 5} 115. His first visit to 
King Alfred, 13, 241. See Alfred. 

Asshcombe, yearly value (141 1) 10, 140. 

Assheboumhame, Joan and John, yearly value 
of manors, &c held by (141 1) 10, 144. 

Asshcfeld, Suffolk, 14, 183-185. 

Assheherst, T, lands demised to, 17j 29. 



Assheton, Sir Ralph and lady, portraits and 
anecdote of, 25, 15. 

Asshewe (not Assheme) John de, parson, 
Glynde. 20, 75. 

Asshton, Nic Com. PL Judge (1450) 18, 34. 

Asshurst, crovm presentations to, 21, 45. 

Assise, Italy, order of nuns at, 22, 125. 

Assisi, paintings in the, 16, 6 note. 

Assizes, Sussex, where held, 12> 27 noie» 

Asten, Nicholas, Seaford, testimonial to a 
brother townsman joined in by, 7, 149. 

Asten river, local legend relative to the, 6, 38. 
15, 155. Connection between it and Hast- 
ings, tradition, Dryden's lines, &c, 156. 

Asde, Samuel, proctor, &c, persecutor of the 
quakers, 16, 98. 99. 102. 103. 104. 105. 
108. 109. III. 112. 114. 116. 117. 119. 

Astle, Mr, on Borough English, 6, 169. 

Astom, Madldis, her confession relative to the 
wrong doings at Easeboume nunnery, 9, 

17- 
Aston, Jno, vicar of Seaford (1402) 17, 160. 

Aston, Robert, proof of age by, 15, 213. 

Aston, Sir W, mission entrusted to, 8, 107. 

Astrology a weakness of great minds, 13, 71. 

Ateline, mother of Robert, land given by Wil- 
liam Lucy to, 11, 97. 

Athelm, father of Wulphnoth, 4, 82. 

Athelstane (or Ethelstane) son of Edward the 
elder, 4, 75. Derivation of his name, 76. 
His benefactions to the church, ibid. Church 
founders, how rewarded by him, 77- ^^ 
collection of manuscripts, ibid. Dispute re- 
ferred to his arbitration, 81. His sea fight 
with the Danes, 102. 

Athelstan, moneyers allowed to Hastings and 
Lewes by, 9, 370. First Saxon king who 
made laws to regulate the coinage, 20, 2 14. 

Athequa, George de, master of St. Katheriiic's 
and bishop of Llandaff, 10, 98 note. 

Atheral, Roger, legacy to Maresfield cfauicfa 
by, 9, 42, SeeAttheral, John. 

Atherall, J, commonage claimed by, 24, 204. 

Athcrington priory, Littlehampton, its posses- 
sions, history, &C, 11, 119, 120. 

Atherington in Clymping, chapel of, 12, 88. 

Atherton, John, benefices held by, 13, 86. 273. 

Atherton, William, M.A, (1555) rector of 
Eastbourne, 14, 130. 

Atherwode, T, chwden, Maresfield, 14, 154. 

Athol, David Strabolgy, last earl of, husbands 
and monumental brass of the heiress of, 
22, 8. 23, 161. See 24, ^2. 

Atkin, John, of Grove, will of, 21, 152. 

Atkins, Francis, incumbent, Poynings, 15, 
31. Vicar, Midhurst, 20, 26. 

Atkins, Jno, disparked lands leased to, 17, S3* 

Atkins, John, Brightling, rent paid and lands 
held by, 24, 250. 251. 254. 256. 

Atkins ; death of '* poor Atkins,^' of the Navy 
office, 25, 72. 



ATKINSON. 



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AUSTEN. 



Atkinson, James, romantic love story and death 
of, 14, 148. 

Atkinson, Mrs, schoolmistress (17 17) 25, 179. 

Atkinson, Richard, "an honest priest," 3, iii. 

Atkinson, Robat, token of, 25, 230. 

Atkinson, Robert, house at SeaJford sold by, 7, 
125. 

Atkyns, Miss A. G, drawing of a Rustington 
relic exhibited by, 8, 323. 

Atkynson, Master, "Skrevener" (1560) mar- 
riage of the "iii dowthers'' of, 8, 138. 

Atkynson, T, incumbent, Ninfield (1554) 17, 
60. Jno, incumbent, Amberley (1490) 234. 

" Atlas Maritimus *' at the Admiralty, sample 
of its contents relative to Sussex, 11, 180. 

Atlee, Thomas, bequests to Burpham church 
by. 12, 85. 

Atmospheric phenomenon noted by the rector 
of East Hoathly (1638) 4, 270. 

Attaicor, Thomas, office conferred on, 18, 145. 

" Atte *' as a prefix in surnames, 11, 80 note, 

Atteboure, William, and Robert Atterie, jurors 
for proofs of age, 12, 26. 

Attc-Clyve, R. and W, 14, 71. See Cljyt, 

Atte-Hall, or de Aula, family of, 14, 20. 

Attehoke, John, proof of age by, 15» 59. 

Atterson, W, parson, arms quota of, 11, 227. 

Attersoule, Wm, incumbent of Buxted, 9, 219. 

Atte-Watere tenement, Waldron, where? 13, 
92 Tiote, 

Attewelle, John and Isabella, inscription and 
monumental brass to, 9, 216. 23, 145. 

Atte-Wodc, William and John, charter wit- 
nessed by the latter, 22, 117. 

Attewood, T, co-holder of Birch park, 14, 217. 

Atteze, Jno, lord of Otehall manor, 19, 62. 

Attheral, John, his legacy to Maresfield church, 
14, 155. See Atheral, Roger. 

Attila, Cologrne sacked by, 4, 10. 

" Attractum,** 3, 8. Its meaning and deriva- 
tion, ibid note, 

Attree, William Hooper, Sackville college war- 
den, 20, 160. 

Attree, W. W, recorder of Rye, Brighton 
fishermen's andentcustumal exhibited by, 2, 
38. Manuscript verses found in Rye archives 
by, 7f 229. Bronze celt, iron keys, stirrup 
iron, &c, exhibited by, 8, 295, 317. 

Attree, interdiction laid on bearers of the name 
of, 14, 250. 

Attwell, John, juror in inquiry relative to Bay- 
ham, 9, 179. 

Attwood, Agnes, wife of R. Whitfeld, 19, 87. 

Attwood fiamily, Waldron, decadence of the, 
13, 96, 97. 

Atwell (or Awell) T, prior of Lewes, 3, 204. 

Auberte, Maurice, "late queen's chyrurgeon," 
lands sequestrated from, and granted to 
others, 24, 270-275. 279. Additional re- 
mark, 274 note. Further particulars re- 
lating to him, 25, 30. 31 note, 31-35. 



Aubeville, Robert de, his salary as keeper of 

Hastings castle, 14, 69 note. 
Aubigny, Lady, schemes relaltive to Chas. I. 

shared in by, 11, 28. 
Aubigny, William de, letter to Hen. III. from, 

6, 118. 
Aubrey, John, on a Yorkshire tradition, 16, 57. 

On the Eversheds, 17, 246. 
Aucher prebend, endowments of, 13, 136. 
Aucher, Sir Anthony, co-gtantee of a chantry 

in Horsham, 22, 158. 
Aucherius (Ausgerus)) prior of Lewes, 3, 195. 
Auckland, J. T, F.S.A, 4, 244. 259 note, 

Barrow opened by, 5, 208. MS. notes on 

a book possessed by, 7, 230. Antique ring 

possessed by, 9, 373. His collection of 

Sussex tokens, 11, 178. 123 fiote. Urn given 

to, 14, 177. Gift to the soqiety's museum, 

by, 18, 04. 
Audeham, Francis de (1326-7) Brambletye 

manor held by, 20, 135. 
Auden, Ralph de, tithes given to Sde priory by, 

10, 117. 
Audenard, Giles de, dean of Hastings (1302) 

13, 154. 
Auditor in a nobleman's house (1595) duties 

of, 7, 191. 
Audley of Walden, Lord, otherwise Sir Thos. 

Audley, High Steward of England and 

Lord Chancellor, president at Lord Dacre's 

trial, 4, 156. Will proved by, 7, 40. 43. 

See 19, 173, 174. 176. 
Audley End, mansion at, 4, 169. 
Audrey, adjective derived from, 5, 221. 
Auger, Edward, parish defaulter, 14, 135. 
Augo or Eu. See Eu. 
Augustines, or black canons, their orgin, rule of 

conduct, costume, &c, 6, 131. 18, 58. 59. 

Number of priories in England belonging to 

them, 6, 131, 132. 
Augustine Friars' chapel. Rye, 13|2oi. Their 

church in London, 201 note. 17, 14. 
Auguto, Giovanni, Italianized name of a 

fkmous Englishman, 9, 288. 
Aukesfeld, Wm, proof of age by, 12, ^^, 
Auncell (or Ansell) Robert, prior of Lewes, re- 
ference to a chartulary compiled by, 3, 187. 

203. 209. See 20, 140. 141. 
Auravel, Mabel, sole heir of Muriel, 15, 92. 
Austen, Edward, Burwash, trade token, 11, 

176. 24, 125. 
Austen, John, of Horsmonden, arms of, 25, 

92. A prolific race, 25 note, 
Austen, Nicholas, "common tippler," Seaford, 

offences charged against, 7» 100. 102. 
Austen, Sir Johh and Robert, cinque ports 

barons, 15> 209. 210. 
Austen, R. A. C, casts and impressions of 

seals exhibited by, 8, 331. 
Austen, William, and others, charge of riot 

against, 8| 158. 



AUSTIN. 



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AYRES. 



Austin Friars, Loadoo. See Augastine friars. 

Austin, Rev. Mr, on Lewes priory, 9,335 note. 

Austin, Thomas, malappropriation of the brass 
of, 10, 310. 

Austiales Sazooes, kingdom of the, 4, 69. 
Their punishment for church desecration, 76. 

Austyn, Wilfiam, proof of age by, 15, 58. 

AutG^g[Taphs, ToyaX and others, original docu- 
ments, &C, exhibited at Chichester (1853) 

8» 334-337- 
Auvcrgne, Roman remains at, 16, 63 note. 

Auxerre, bishop of, and SL Richard, 1, 173. 

Auxerre wines (Wlnchclsea) inquiry directed 
relative to (1215) 23, 23. 

Aveling, Thomas, set to buy cables and an- 
chors for Henry III, 23, 23. 

Avcnd, Britdlus, rector oi Buxted, brass to, 
9, 215. Date of his incumbenqr, 219. 
Further account of the brass, 23, 143. 144. 

Avenel, E, Norman origin of the Pdhams 
traced by, 24, 183-188. 

Avenel, W, deeds witnessed by, 11, 96-101. 

Avendl, Mathew and William, rents of, given 
to the Shipley templars, 9, 358. 261. 263. 

Avenn, alias Venner, John, terms of the de- 
mise of Shovdstrode manor to, 20, 141. 

Averare, derivation of, 5, 172. 

Averia, <*averagia,'* meaning of, 9, 252. 

Averpeny, probable meaning of, 9, 230. 

A-very, Jer, "draught of the sea-ooast from 
Arundd to St Aldhams" by, 18, 98. 

Avery, M, Salehurst, baptismal entry, 25, 158. 

A veiy, N, wife, and children, legades to, 1 9, 30i • 

Avery, Thos, sentenced in a premunlre, 16, 80. 

Aves rents, or ^ue Scoi, 23, 294. Minsheu's 
definition, iMdf note. 

Avignon, Sir John de, prior of Lewes, 2, 35. 
His death, 36. His career, 3, 198. 

Avisford, yearly value (141 1) 10, 131. Exca- 
vations and results, 169. 178. Sepulchral 
deposits brought to light at, 11, 130. 
Saircophagus, Arc, 130. 143. 16, 52. 57. 
Stream, 258. Engraving of antiquities, 18, 
99. Dimensions of the dst, 22, 59 note. 

Avranche, Argences, Aranch, Richard de, pre- 
ceptor of the templars at Shipley, 9, 249. 

Avrenches, Abrinds, Albrincis, or Avranches, 
William de, forced to sdl his estate to 
ransom himsdf, inddent leading thereto, 
his letter on the occasion, &c, 6, m* 7, 
119. 8, i$o note, 155. 17, 142. 25, 229. 
Gifts by himsdf and his mother to Robots- 
bridge abbey, 8, 155. 

Avrenches, WUUam de, constable of Dover 
castle, royal mandate to, in connection 
with Winchdsea, 23, 20. 21. 

Awcock, Dorothy, last of the Michdbomes, 1, 
'J 2 note. 

Awcock, George, John, Richard, Mary, 
Thomas, rents paid and lands hdd by, 24, 
205. 206. 208. 211. 213. 214. 



Awcock, J, Sir C. Wager's letter to, 25, 77. 
Awcock, Lawrence, vicar of Chayligh, 11, 227. 
Awoocke, Ric, and Jno. Payne, <diwdens, Lind- 

fidd, " Boke of Acoompts *' of, 19, 37 ef je^. 
Awcocke, Thomas, land hdd and rent paid by, 

23, 308. 
Awdley, John, co-grantee of lindfidd, 9. 329^ 
Awc£ar, John, dedication of a chaidh provol 

by the will of, 12, 92. 106. 
Awman, John, armada contribution oC, 1, 34. 
A* Wood, Stephen (1549) bequest to Ditcfalmg 

poor, &c, by, 13, 258. 
Awoode, John, Marks, and Richard, Seaford, 

testimony to a brother townsman by, 7» 149- 
Ax river, etymon of its name, 15, 159. 
Axes of copper found at Biilingshurst, 11, 145. 
Axsest meaning of, 5, 323 ttoie. 
** Ayde-on-Highe,'* a chriistian name, 4, 255. 
Ayles, Eyles, or Hales, family of, 12, S9 nete. 
Aylesford, defeat of the Danes by Ivlmond 

Ironsides at, 23, 208. 
Aylesford, Henry de, abbot of Battel (laSi- 

97) 17, 45- 
Aylesham, John de, proof of age by, 12, 31. 
Ayteston, Mr, cinque ports auditor for Win- 
chdsea, 15, 188. 
Ayleward, John, prisoners taken at Aginoouit 

by; present locale of the family, 15, 126. 

135 note. 
Aylewyne, William (of Treyford) Armada 

contribution of, 1, 33. 
Ayling, Nicholas, sketch by, 25, 81. 
Ayling, Robert, prior of Caketo, 11, 108. 
Aylmer, John, manorial service rendered by, 

17, 27. 18, 77. 
Aylmer, M, cinque ports baron, 15, 110. 
Ayloffe, Sir Joseph, hart, his residence and 

arms at Framfidd, 4, 304. On H<^bein's 

(alleged) paintings at Cowdray, 5, 182. See 

10, 202. 18, 92. 
Aylot, John, lands in Erlyngton (Arlington) 

granted to, 22, 117. 
Aylward, Rev. Augustus, information com- 
municated by, 8, 226 note. 12, 270 note. 
Aylward, H, town derk, Chichester, 19, 147. 
Aylwin tokens, Thomas, 17, 254. 24, 131. 

Richard, 24, 126. 
Aylvrins of Goring and Cannbns, marriages 

of oo-hdresses, &c, 24, 88. Antiquity of 

the Aylwins, 17, 254. 
** Aylwins,*' Ma3rfidd, the old manaon of tkie 

Aynsoombes, 21, 15. 
Aylwyn, Fitz-Heriz, lands held by, 11, 114. 
Aylwyn, John, burial direction of, 12, 79. See 

Alcwyne. 
Aynscomb, Stephen, trouble got iato by, 21, 

IS- 
Ayres* Charity, Petworth, 14, 22. 

Ayres' Cbilino, Pbtworth, by Rev. F. H. 

Amold, LL.B, 24, 11 5- 119. Why the 

house, " Old Crown Inn," was demoUshcd, 



AYWOOD. 



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BAKER. 



115. Bequest of same to the poor (1673) 
110. Its antiquity, design, &c, on the chimney 
piece, ibid. Natural objects and poetic 
subjects on the ceiling, probable period of 
the ornamentation, &c, 11 7- 119. 
Aywood, Urian, burial direction of, 12, 84. 



Azo, foreign archbishop, his rescript for ad- 
mission of a lady as a templar, 9» 238. 

Azor, Saxon tenant of Bramber rape, 5, 2. 
Domesday holder of Standen manor, 20, 
141. 

Aztec manuscnpt at Parfaam, 25, ii. 



B. 



Bablands in Hurstpierpoint, 11, 66. 
Babsham field, North Bersted, tumulus in, 

25, 123. 

Babthorp, Robert, comptroller of the household 
to Henry V, 15, 128. 

** Bacchinalia, or the Drunken Club," 2, 109. 

Bacchus, 1 9th cent, libations to, 16, 62 note. 

Bachedene, Richard de, brother of Sl Richard, 
1, 173 note. How he got out of favour, 182 
note. See, 2, 139. 

Bachder, W, templar, charge against, 9, 271. 

Bachelors' gallery, Eastbourne church, 14, 133. 

Back, Philip, wrecker, Seaford, 17, 149. 

Backshall, J, subsidy commr, 15, 71. 

Backshdls (Bozall) '* saltpetre men,'' 23,321. 

Bacon, Lord, application of a saintly legend 
by, 2, 131. On the right to remove glass 
from windows, 239. On the large estab- 
lishments of the English nobility, 7, 174. 
His '' Hempe " proverb explained, 13, 233 
note, M.P. for Gatton, 25, i note. 

Bacon, Nathanid, on Borough English, 6, 
165, 166. 

Bacon, Roger, cause of bishop Harcourt's ex- 
action of a gift from, 9, 247. 

Bada, Henry de, sheriff of Sussex, 5 96. 

Badewdl, lands of the Cricketots in, 14, 185. 

Badger, Mr, on the efficacy of the royal touch, 
25, 211. 

Badgers, parish payments for destruction of, 
6, 242. Ancient name for, 14, 247 note. 

"Badgers," com sellers to the poor, 16, 21.31. 

Badgworth church bell, lines on, 16, 172. 

Badlesmere, Bartholomew de, hanged and 
beheaded, 9, 372. 

Badlesmeres, possessions of the, 12, 265. 13, 
88. Probable builders of Eastbourne church, 
13, 121. 129. Site of their mansion, 15, 158. 

Badly, Edward, joint custodian of Hamsey 
manor, 17, 82. 

Bageley, or Baggde, Michad, brotherhood 
and chantry founded by, 20, 24. 

Bageley, T, burnt for heresy, 20, 24 note. 

Bageley, William, lands bequeathed to the 
above Thomas by, 20, 24. 

Bager, alleged wounding of in a deer stealing 
foray at Bignor, 11, 112, 113. 



Bager, John, will of, 12, 85. 
Bagge, J, benefactor to Calceto priory 11, 97. 
Baglejrs, bdl founders, 16, 178 note. 180. 196. 
Bagot, Lewis, vicar of Rye, afterwards bishop 
of SL Asaph, career of, 13, 276. Corrigendum, 

14, 268. 

Bakutf meaning of, 9, 255. 

Baiae, Roman lamp found near, 8, 283. 

Bales, John, of Kinsale, 7, 103. Why " com- 
mitted to the common goale," 104. 

Bailey's definition of doUf 13, 232. 

Bailey, J, incumbent, Ditchling, 13, 259. 

Bailey, Simon de, constable of Dover, 17, 124. 

Bailie's court, origin of, 11, 119. 

Bailiff of husbandry (1595) duties of, 7, 207. 

Bailiff's (or Bailye's) court chapel in Athering- 
ton, Clymping, 12, 88. The Edmunds 
family, 92, 93 notes. 

Bailiwick, definition of, 24, 220. 

BailloU, Loso de, charter witnessed by, 20, 3. 

Baily (not Bayley) E. H, statue by, 14, 17. 

Bainbridge, Card, Abp. of York (pdsoned at 
Rome) silver gilt snuffers of, occasion of his 
being made cardinal, &c, 8, 308. 

Baines, Jeremie, parliamentary surveyor of 
lands, &c. late bdonging to Charles I, 
23, 274. 276. 280. 287. 291. 293. 313. 24, 
225. 231. 232. 238. 242. 244. 247. 287. 

Baker, Charles, bequest to St. Mary's hospital, 
Chichester, by, 2, 5. 

Baker, Eastgrinstead M.P, 20, 154. 

Baker, Col. Sir Ed. B, hart, 9, 334. 

Baker, of Uckfidd, in Cade's rising, and the 
Bakers of Mayfidd, 18, 34. 

Baker, Ellen, monumental brass, 23, 132. 

Baker, Rev. F, plan of a Hampshire abbey 
exhibited by, 8, 323. 

Baker, Henry, supervisor, on smuggling, 
efforts to repress same. Sec. (1698-1703) 10, 

75. 78. 
Baker, H, incumbent, Gljmde, 20, 75, 76. 
Baker, Hercules and Jno, cinque ports baronsy 

15, 193. 202. 207. 

Baker, John (of Battd) armada contribution, 
1» 35* See 14» 102. 

Baker, J, and others, manor, court, &c, alien- 
ated in 1628 to, 13, 92. 



BAKER. 



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BALMER. 



Baker, John, attorney-general^ manors, &c, 

granted by Henry VIII. to, 13, 157. See 

Baker, Sir John. 
Baker, John, of the Inner Temple, 14, 115. 
Baker, John, Withyham, 14, 33 1 note. 24, 303. 
Baker, John, bells given by, 16, 183. 189. 

Bequest by John Baker the elder, 189. 
Baker, John, Sussex sequestrator, 5, 53. 19, 

93. Sheriff, 5i 60. M.P, 103. 
Baker, John, Mayfield and Isinghurst bought 

by, 21» 8. 15. Arms, 25, 93. 
Baker, John, property purchased by "Dog"' 

Smith's trustees of, 22, 43. 
Baker, John (1838) presented to Westboume 

rectory, 22, 11 3. 
Baker, John, monumental brass, 23, 136. 
Baker, John, John Chambers, and others, 

their depositions relative to a Sunday 

wrecking scene, 17} 149, 150. 
Baker, Sir John, seat of, offices conferred by 

Hen. VIII. on, &c, 8, 169 note. Co-grantee 

of Falmer manor, 19, ii3 note. 
Baker, Sir John, owner of Hastings priory 

lands, money freely given by (1637) ^^f 

94. 

Baker, Margaret, mother of J. Selden, 8, 371. 

Baker, Mr, of Syssinghurst, visited by queen 
Elizabeth, 5, 191. 

Baker, Mr, chapel erected by, 12, 73. 

Baker, Mr, his bequest to St. Mary's hospital, 
Chichester, 24, 61. 

Baker, Nicholas, tenement in Hailsham held 
by, 24, 337. 

Baker, Rev. Peter, old house of, 21, 15. 

Baker, Richard, portreve, Seaford, 17, 148. 

Baker, Sir Richard and Sir John, furnaces held 
by, 3, 341. 345. 

Baker, Robert and Thomas, vicars of Chid- 
dingly, 14, 348. Notice of the latter, his 
poetry, epitaph, &c, 351, 353. 

Baker, Samuel, quaker, fines on, 16, 86. 87. 

Baker, William, " slayne,'' inquest on, 7, 93. 

Baker family, iron workers, 2, 315. 316. 330. 
3, 44. Their mansion at Mayfield, 2, 343 
note. 344. References to them in Walter 
Gale's journal, 9, 183. 189. 191. 193. 196. 
198. 304. 3o6. Waldron acquired by them, 
13, 96. 

Bakers of Seaford and Horsham, early in- 
stance of fraud by the, 5, 147. 151. 7, 100 
note. Duties of the baker in a nobleman's 
house, 308. Consideration formerly attached 
to the trade, 13i 57 note. 

Bakere, John, prior of Calceto, 11, 108. 

Bakere, John, proof of age by, 12, 36. 

Balcombe, form of Borough English in the 
rectory of, 6, 1 78. Value of the living ( 1 650) 
10, 33 note. Incumbent's arms quota, 11, 
335. Crown presentations, 1 2, 356. 21, 45. 
Succession of Chatfields rectors, 13, 353. 
Church bells, 16, 143. 151. 198. 



Balcombe : furnace scoriae remaining, 2, 306. 
Subsidy list (1631) 9, 83. Culpeper connec- 
tions with the parish, 10, 155 note. Trader's 
token, 11, 75. 16, 309. 24, 104. Local 
proverb, 13, 3 10. The beautiful pond, 15, 
160. Yearly value of lands, &c (1649) 
19, 307. Common fine charged on the 
"burrough," 23, 333. Park crossed by 
the railway viaduct, 25, 79 riote. 

Balcombe, B, 25, 180. 

Balcombe, Molly, haberdasheries for, 25, 184. 
186. Sick with the measles, 191. 

Balcombe, " my cousin," funeral of, 25, 170. 

Balcombe, S, churchwarden, Glynde, 20, 81. 

Balcombe, William, 25, 168. His death, 
and business consequent thereon, I73'i75- 
Pftyment for the schooling of his son, 25, 

185. 
Baldchild, Richard, 25, 168. 169. 
Balder, Edward, sissistant warden, Sackville 

college, 20, 166. 
Baldesden, complaint of the canons of South 

Mailing relative to, 6, 115. 
Baldock, E. H, benefactor to Uckfidd, 12, 18. 
Baldred, Saxon king, 5, 138. 
Baldslow, Baldsloe, Baleslow, hundred of, 6, 

57. 11, 338. Land of the Weekeses in, 14, 

116 note. Knighthood compositions, 16, 47* 

Non-resident cinque port barons, 17, 67. 
Baldwin, earl of Flanders, W. Conq's faJther- 

in-law, 10, 63 note. See 19, 83 nate. 
Baldy, Mr, parish collector .and undertaker, 

25, 190. 193. 
Bale, vilification of And. Bordeby, 6, S09. 313. 
Bale, Rev. Sackville, M.A, assistant warden, 

Sackville College, 20, 166. 
Balgerus, Belgian monk, bones of a saint 

stolen by ; his perils by the way, &:c, 1, 47- 

54. Further on same subject, 7, 75. GLues- 

tion relative to a Sussex monastery seen by, 

21, 37-39. 
Ball, Admiral Sir Alexander, tribute raised to 

public services of, 15, 331. 
Bail, Alice and John, wills of, 12, 74. 103. 
Ball, Eth, parish allowance to, reduced *' to 

nothing," 25, 181. Her bastard child, 185. 
Ball, Jacob, vicar of Seaford, 17, 160. 
Ball, Jno, Maresfidd, parish bond relative to 

his basebom son entered into by, 14, 153. 
Ball, Matthew, token of, 18, 163. 24, 136. 
Ball, paid for brandy to, 25, 175. 
Ballard, Richard, husband of Martha Whitfdd, 

his ancestry, 19, 87 note, 
Ballard, Thos, Latin epitaph on (1633) 4, 370. 
Ballard, Thos, house bought by, 14, 118. 
Ballard, Thos, mayor, Arundel, "a presbi- 

terian," quakers fined by, 16, 67. 73. 
Balliol, John de, king of Scots, 2, 36. 
Balliol, R. de, prebend endowed by, 13, 135. 
Ballow, Thos, incumbent, Seaford, 7, 117. 
Balmcr, a Celtic name, 24, 146. 



BALNETH. 



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BAREVILL. 



Ralnfth manor, fbnn of Borough Engtish in, 

6, i8o. 
Hal's hut inn, sign and hamlet, Walbnrton, 

10, 191. Apropos query, 193. Origin of 

the sign, 11, 238. 
Bamberg, incised slab and sepulchral brasses 

at, 8, 340. 34'- 34*- 
Bamburgh, Edw. I. at, 6, 119. 
Bamfield, Colonel, treachery of, 5, 61. 
Bancroft, archbishop, his anti-puritan zeal, 

17, 99* Deprivation of puritan preachers by, 

20, 150. 
Banda islands, factory established by Nath. 

Courthope at, 11, 68. 
Bandeliers, military appurtenances, Arc, 1, 121. 
Banester, Phillip, "wydow," 14, 123. 
Banfield (or Benfield) origin of the name of, 

24, 27. Notices of the old manor house, 

and of some members of the family, arms 

in Twineham church, &c, 28. 
Bangor, bishop of, his bill for robes, 4, 28. 
Bangorian controversy, 4, 164. 
Banister, George, diarist Turner's drinking 

bouts with, 11, 210. 211. 215. 216. Figure 

cut by his tipsy wife, 214. 
Bankboume, Thomas, incumbent, Maresfield, 

14, 159. 
Banks, Dick, 25, 183. 185. Again sick, 186. 
Banks, Mr, sent to the Gatehouse, 11, 25. 
Banks, lord, 4, 29. 
Bannebury, Richard, yearly value of manors, 

&C, held by, 10, 140. 
Banner bearer, 7, 29 note. 
Banner of cinque ports, 12, 164. 181 269. 
Bannister, Jno. and Jas, Fletching, 24, 205. 
Banns, early instance of registry of marriage 

by, 22, 91. 
Bantry, Jo. P^son, arms quota of, 11, 227. 
Banwell, Somersetshire, burial entry in register 

of, 17, 126 note. 
Banyan, Richard, Winchelsca, ships to be 

sdected in presence of, 23, 22. 
Banys, Giles, rector, Waldron (1504) 13, 86. 
Banys, Thomas, incumbent, Hamsey, 17* 

100. 
Baptismal names, &c. See Christian names. 
Baptisms according to the Romanist ritual, 

4, 249. Maresfield baptisms before 1840, 

14, 142. See Parish registers. 
Baptist disputation and conversion in Waldron 

church, 9» 34. 
Bar, Edward count de, long imprisonment, 

shipwreck and death of, 6, 122. 
Bar, Henry count de, 6, 119. Why impri- 
soned by the French, 121. His crusading 

expedition and death, 122. 
Bar, Joanna de, childwife of the eighth earl de 

Warenne, 6, 119. Feastings on her mar- 
riage, 120. Misfortunes due to her husband's 

infiddities, 122-125. Divorced, 126. Entry 

of her death in Lewes chaxtulary, 137. 



Bar, John de, warrior and diplomatist, his 

career, &c, 6, 122. 
Bar, Theobald de, bishopric asked by Edw. I. 

for, 6, 121 note, 
Barbadoes, John Oxenbridge at, 12, 212. 
Barbary corsairs, accumulation of funds to 

redeem slaves from, 3, 165, 166, notes. 
Barber, Mrs. Elizabeth, payment to, 19, 114. 
Barber, Thomas, suicide of, 25, 187. 
Barbering and bloodletting, 1, 71. 87 note. 
Barbers fined for Sunday shaving, 7» 107. 11, 

216 note. 
Barbican, Bodiam castle, view of the, 9, 299. 
Barbican, London, old residence and property 

of the Campions in, 10, 3 note. 
Barbour, John, incumbent, Poynings, 15, 31. 
Bardnrd, Francis, antiquities presented to the 

society's museum by, 18, 71. Former 

possessors of his Horsted estate, 20, 65 note. 

Barrow-opening expenses contributed to by, 

22, 76. 
Barclay's " Ship of Fools," wood cut from, 10, 

182. 
Barcomb, bronze key found at, 8, 310. Inn 

sign, 10, 189. Yearly value (1649) of land, 

&c,19, 207. 
Barcombe (Bercomp, Barkham) subsidy assess- 
ment, &c, 2, 302-305. 9, 74. 
Barcombe living, yeariy value, 10, 23 note. 

Crown presentations to, 12, 256. Church 

bells, 16, 174. 194. 198. 
Barcombe manor, form of Borough English in, 

6,178. 5«e 12, 40 note. 
Barcombe (Bercombe) hundred, 23, 220. 232. 

Common fine on lands in, 233. Court 

where held, 235. 5er 11, 228. 
Bardney abbey, St. Oswald's shrine at, 4, 

91. 
Bardolf family, owners of Berlyng and Ar- 

dingly,10, 134 note. 151. 
Bardolf s, possessors of Lindfield, 9, 328. 
Bardolph, Thos, lord of Wormegay, settle- 
ment (1326) on his daughter's marriage, 

14, 182. 
Bardolph, William, manors, lands, &c, held 

by, 10, 141. 
Bardulph, father of Roberia de la Pomeroy, 

23i 204. 206. 
Barebones epoch, puritan christian names not 

exclusively peculiar to the, 14, 246. 
Bareleggs, Jenny, closes so called, 23, 284. 

Probable origin of the name, ibid note, 
** Bardie pro armaturis roUandis," 9, 255. 
Barentjme, Drewe, description of a jewelled 

"Michael" bought of, 15, 134. The 

Barentyne family, 134 note, 
Barentyne, Sir William, abbey vestments sold 

to, 7, 226. Husband of Arthur Pole's widow, 

9, 293. 
Barevill, Robert de, land committed to the 

charge of, 17, I43« 



BARGE. 



[H] 



BARRE. 



Barge, Monsieur William, captured at Agfin- 

court, 15, 126. 
Bargham, or Bargeham manor, 12, 40 note. 

Consolidated wiUi Angmering, 83. Rectors, 

83,84. Prebend lands, 113. Manor granted 

to Tipper and Dawe, 13» 48. Prebendal 

virgate at, 137. 
Bargham, family settled at, 17, 78. 
Barghill, Thos. Jefferay's bequest of, 14, 321. 
Bargrave, Mrs, Defoe's story of, 11, 20^ note. 
Barham, Dr, "Turk's Head," Lewes, alienated 

to, 13, 38. 
Barham, John, iron master, iron tomb-slab, 

2, 200. The Barhams of Butts, Wadhurst 

and Snape: decadence of the family, 213. 

218, 219. Furnaces, 3, 241. 
Barham, Nicholas, seijeant at law, his letter 

relative to a wreck dispute, 19, ^Si 34. 
Barham, Nicholas, certificated for the royal 

touch, 25, 208. 
Barhud 3nd Barhide^ meaning of, 9, 254. 255. 
Ban, the Armenian goddess, 1, 152. Influence 

of the word over local nomenclature, 158. 
Bark, see Jesuits' bark. 
Barkeley, Henry, will of, 12, 103. 
Barkeley, Mons. W, at Agincourt, 15, 136. 
Barkeley, Richard, M.P. for Winchelsea, 

" valectus domini regis," 22, 200. Mayor 

of Winchelsea, 23, 34. 
Barker, Christopher, his report on consumption 

of oak-wood by ironworkers, 3, 240. 
Barker, Frances, wife of General Shirley, her 

monument, 19, 67. 
Barker, George, intended " knight of the Royal 

Oak," 23, 210. 
Barker, James, incumbent, Glynde, 20, 75. 
Barker, W. G, local guide book by, 18, ic8. 
Barkford, hammerpond at, 2, 212. 
Barrkham, incumboit's arms quota, 11, 225. 
Barkham, customary render due from, 14, 1 58. 
Barking, Maud, abbess of, her petition to R. 

NeviU, bishop of Chichester, 3,67. See 4, 76. 
Barlavington, 12, 29 note. Church dedication 

unknown, 84. Crown presentations, 256. 

Church bells, 16» 199. 
Barlavington manor, grant to Upper and 

Dawe in, 13, 46. Early lords of, 15, 90. 
Barley, John, mayor, Hastings, presentment by 

him and his fellows, 14, 96, 97. Burial 

entry (1639) 203. 
Barley, John (1601) brass to, 14, 203 note. 

23, 162. 
Barley malt, 23, 55, 56. "Mow-burnt," 25, 

166. 
Barling abbey, meeting of abbots at, 8, 72 

note. Purport of a letter from the abbot, 73. 
Barlow, pseudonym taken by Charles II, 23, 9. 
Barlow, Thomas, vicar of Sutton with Seaford, 

17, i6i. 
Barlow, W, bishop of Chichester, Drungewick 

staurum discontintted by, 17, 248. 



Barnard, FitzBamard, or Bernard, family of, 

24, 28. Gifts to the Knights Templars, ibid. 

Bumards and FitzBemards of Bedford and 

Kent, 29* 
Barnard, John, trade token of, 24, 132. 
Barnard, Richard, trade token of, 24, 129. 
Barnard, Thomas, joint petitioner in Sir Garret 

Kempe's composition matter, 19, 119. 
Bamards, dealings of the, with the Bull meet- 
ing house, Lewes, 13, 14. 
Bamards wood stream, 15, 161. 
Baraeham, loane, sUver cups given to Chiches- 
ter corporation by, 8, 314. See Bamham. 
Bamehome, outborough of, 6, 59* 65. Form of 

Borough English in the manor, 180. 
Bamehome in Bexhill, former owners of, 

23, 274 note. See Bamhom. 
Barnes, Amb. and wife, 12, 206, 207 notes. 
Barnes, Eliz, Sir D. Owen's legacy to, 7, 43. 
Bames, historian, on the pestilence of 1348, 

7,81. 
Bames, Richard, his deposition relative to 

Lady Lumley, 19, 103 note. 
Bamet heath, famous battle of, 8, 123. A 

Sussex hero at the battle, 17, 77. 
Bamett, Mr, of Bacton, 10, 26. 
Bamham (or Bemeham) church, dedication, 

chantry, incumbents, &c, 12, 84. Remains 

of shrine, 84 note. Church, and tenths and 

lands, given to Roxgrove priory, 15, 87. 89. 

90. 91. 96. Valuations of same, 118. 119. 

120. Church bells, 16, 142. 146. 199. 
Bamham, Francis, alderman of London, 24, 

70 note. 
Bamhom streamlet, 15^ 157. 16, 260. 
Bamhome (or Bemehome) Battel abbey lands 

in, 17, 9. 43. 54. See Bamehome. 
Bamhom hiU and manor, 19, $. 9. 12. 14. 20. 
Bams, Charles, "setimacket" joined in by, 

25, 124. 
Baronetcy, cost of a, 11, 32. " 
Barons, cinque ports, 12, 160. Fact indicated 

by the term " baron," 14, 65. 15, 178. 
Barons of the cinque ports, temp. Edw. Ill, 

for Pevensey, 17, 66-69. ^V^ (^34*) ^24> 

125. Seaford, certificate of freedom, 155, 

156. See Cinque ports. Coronations. 
Barons' war, one of the causes of the, 4, 133. 

Inquests after the, see Rebels of Sussex. 
** Barony," original meaning of, 21, 117. 120. 

Barons, majores and minores, 119 note. 
Barra, Aberdeen, ponderous stone weapon 

found at, 8, 293. 
Barragon, 1, 88 note. 
Banarius, or de Barrier, Gilbert, sheriff of 

Sussex, years of office of, 15f 245. 
Barratt, Mr. R, gifts to Lewes castle museum 

by, 18, 64. 73. 
Barratt, Thomas, quakers ill-used by, 16, 99. 
Barre, John atte, poultry for Edw. I. paid for 

by, 12, 7. 



BARRE. 



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BASSET. 



Barre, J, an esquire at Agincourt, 15» 130. 

Barrett, Agnes (probably the same as A. Baset) 
prioress of "Rouspour/' 5, 249. 9> 311. 

Baxrett, S, perpetual curate, Midhurst, 20, a6. 

Barrett, T, curfew bell ringer, Lewes, 13, 31. 

Baninghton, Mr, forges held by, 3, 243. 

Barrington, Daines, 18, 89. Significant an- 
swer to his question about the royal touch, 
25, 210. 

Barrington, lord, letter to Sir Thomas Wilson 
from, 10, 37. 

Bairow, Dr, cases of disrespect to, 4, 254. 
His tutor, 10, 28 note. 

Barrow hill, the Boners of, 11, 81. 

Barrow, Lancobish. mud wall temple at, 9, 1 13. 

Barrow, town of, and its derivation, 1, 158. 

Barrow, Wm, bayliff, Shoreham, 13, 126. 

Barrow's headache electuary, 25, 181. 

Barrows, or tumuli, various forms and uses of, 
results of excavations, &c, 1, 150-159. 5, 
207. 209. Wiltshire excavations, 210, 211. 
Barrows, &c, opened by rev. Henry Smith 
and friends: See Prehistoric burial. Mr. 
Honywood's recent explorations, 22, 189, 
190. Excavation by Mr. Evans and his 
associates, 191, 192. Diggings on Sir G. C. 
Shiffner's estate, 192-194. 

Barry, Sir Charles, church designed by, 11, 78. 
Spire designed by, 14, 17. 

Barry, Peter, of "little Ireland," 7, 103. Why 
" committed to the oomon goale," 104. 

Barry, R, rector of Hurstpierpoint, 11, 75. 

Bartdot, Edward, pensioner of Calceto priory, 
11, 107. 

Bartelot (or Bertlot) John, executor of lord 
Arundel's will (141 5) 15, 127. John *'le 
puysne" at Agincourt, by proxy, 129. 

Bautelott, Edw, executor of J. Bonville's will, 
15, 62. His standing in Sussex, 62 note, 

Bartelott family, arms of the, 6, 87. 

Bartdott, Thos, of Billingshurst, 15, 129 note. 

Bartelott, William, (of Stopham) armada 
contribution, 1, 33. 

Bartdotts, the, a st^ flourishing family, 15y 
123. Bartelotts and Bartlets, 23, 135. 138. 
Monumental brasses, 180-182. See Bartlott. 
Baittdot. 

Bartholomew Exchange, London, collection at 
Lindfidd for inhabitants of, 19, 47. 

Bartholomew, Dick, Chichester, 24, 136. 

Bartholomew, Dominus, chaplsiin of Billings- 
hurst, llf 98. 

Bartholomew, J, mayor, Chichester, 24, 77. 

Bartholomew, Witi, mayor of Chichester, 
royalist manoeuvre against, 5» 37. 

Bartholomew, William, payment to, for bury- 
ing two poor people, 20, loi. 

Baitin, Jo, arms quota of, 11, 226. 

Bartlet, Mr, of Havant, manuscript relating to 
Chas. II. discovered by, 23, 8 note, 

Baitlett, Sir Chas, controller, 11, 33. 



Bartlett, T, discovery at Bosham by, 18, 3. 

Bartletts, bdlfounders, 16, 159 note, 173. 
Notice of the family, 174 See 196. 

Baitley, near Bayham abbey, 9, 177- note, 

Bartlott, Dion, warden, Lindfidd, 19, 51. 

Barton granted to Tipper and Dawe, 13, 46. 

Barton, Eliz, " holy maid" of Kent, nature of 
the treason charg^ against, 13, 70 note. 

Barton family, entail in the (1328) 14, 183. 

Barton, Geo, mayor of Winchelsea, 23, 34. 

Barton, J, incumbent, Poynings (1392) 15, 31. 

Barton, Thomas, arms of, 25, 92. Bartons 
or Bertons, branches of the family, ibid note. 

Barton, William, minister of John Zech- 
arias, London, certificates given to royalists 
by, 19, 102. 107 note. 

Barton Segrave, Northants, loyal entry in the 
r^^ister of, 4, 256 note. 

Barttdot, of Stopham, 24, i. Origin and 
various spellings of the name, 14. Avoid- 
ance of titular distinctions by the family, 
sepulchral memorials, &c, ibid. Present 
representative, 15. 

Barttdot, Walter, certificates signed by, 16» 

35- 37- 40. 43- 44. 
Barttdot swan mark, 17» 216. 

Barttdotts in Cade's rising, 18, 18. Estate 

held by the family, 80. 
Barvil (? Darvell) iron furnace at, 18> 15. 
Barwell, Mr, patron of Westboume, 22, 1 13. 

Family monuments by Nollekens, 201. 
Barwell, Richard, Bosham bought by, 8, 197. 
Barwell, Richard, manor held by, 25, no, 
Barwyke, N. burial direction of, 12, 73. 
Barwyke, W, Sedg^ck park keeper, 13, 126. 
Basac, Robert, presentation recovered against, 

9, 233. 
Bascome's History qf Epidemic PettUeTicet, 14, 

196. 197. 198. 199. Influenza, 201. 
Box sermces under the feudal regime, 12, 143. 
Baseley, Basele, Robert, mayor of Winchelsea, 

23, 33. Complaint mside regarding his 

arrest, 33 note. 
Baset, Agnes, "priorisse, Rousperre," 9, 311* 
Basilicae, use made by the Romans of the 

porticos of, 14, 271. 
Basing, Sir Henry de, probable consideration 

for grant of a corrody to, 8, 82. 
Basing house, first siege of, 5, 93 note. 
Basingeham, holder and value of, in Domes- 
day, 10, 65. 
Basinges (Basingstoke) 15, 92. Bequest by 

Stephen de Basinges to Boxgrove, 96. 
Baskett, Richus, Sussex student, matriculation 

entry of, 9, 364. 
Basle, representation of the donor of the 

church gates in Paradise, 22, 141. 
Basok, T, bequest to Waldron church, 13, 87. 
Basset, Allen, manor g^ranted to, 6, 226. 
Basset, Lucy, first recorded admission to 

Easeboume nunnery, 9, 3. 



BASSETT. 



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BATTEL. 



Bassett, Michael, payment to, for mainten* 
ance of maimed soldiers, 20, io6. 

Bassett, Richard, " not a rare singer,'* 9, 217. 

Bassett's quarrel with Walter Gale, 9, 304. 

Bastard, Wm, transfer witnessed by, 9, 359. 

Bat, Warin le, deed witnessed by, 25, 136. 

Batchin, Henry de, deed witnessed by, 9, 4« 

Bate, Thomas, archer at Ag^court, and 
Shakespeare's John Bates, 16, 312. See 
15, 31. 25, 3 nou, 

Batell, John, in Cade's rising, 18, 23. 

Bateman, EUinor, her deposition relative to 
Sir Garrett Kempe, 19, 117. 

Bateman, John, curate of Hurst, 2, 123. 

Bateman, Rev. John, 25, 167. 203. 

Bateman, Mr, on the crystallized appearance 
of the earth in barrows, 22, 69. 

" BatemanV' in Burwash, 21, 1 13. 

Bates, Mr, epithet coined by, 10, 29. 

Bates, Eliza, "funerall dutyes" of, 25, 155. 

Bates's or Betsy's oak at Parham, 25, 3. 

Bath, John, earl of, juror on the trial of lord 
Dacre, 19, 177. 

Bath, prior of, his gift to Thomas Cromwell, 
12, 199. 

Baihe, H. de, Coke's eulogium on the ordinances 
framed for Romney Marsh by, 10,, 95. 

Bathe, J, rector of Rotherfield (1406) 13, 306. 

Bathurst, E. Sussex road commr, 15, 146. 

Bathurst, Sir Benjamin, cinque ports baron, 
15, 193, 193. 

Bathurst, earldom of, and Apsley viscounty, 23, 
184. 

Bathurst wood, seat and nameplace of the 
Bathurst family, 15, 154 and note. 

Batlesford, T. S. de, Pevensey baron, 17, 66. 

Batman, Nicholas, bell bequest by, 16, 190. 

Batmanson, John, prior of Charterhouse, and 
Andrew Borde, 13, 263. Period of his 
priorship, 6 not^ 

Batner, John, arms quota of, 11, 225. 

Batop, Richard, licensed to beg, 14, 105. 

Batsford, William de, heiress of, married to 
William Fiennes, 12, 41 note. See Battcs- 
ford. 

" Batt and Ball," inn sign, 10, 190. 

Battayle, Robert de, privateering mayor of 
Winchelsea, 4, no. 

Batte, William, proof of age by, 12, 31. 

Battel Abbey, by rev. Edward Turner, 
M.A, 17, 1-56. Occasion of its founda^ 
tion, name, &c, i. Site of the high altar, 
patron saints, &c, 2. Earnestness of the 
Conqueror in his work, 3, 4. Its architect: 
how metamorphosed into a monk, 4, 5. 
William's disposal of objections to the site, 
5. Legend of the discovery of stone for 
the building, 5, 6. Water supply, 6. The 
home territory or Leuga, 6, 7. Its extent 
and boundaries, 8, 9. Erection of a town 
adjacent to the abbey, 7. Gluestion as to 



an earlier town, 8. The abbots and the 
town guilds, 8. Customary services due 
from the abbey tenants, 10. Dignitaries 
present with the king at its dedication, 11. 
Lands and precious gifts bestowed upon it, 
II, 12. Original extent of the abbey 
buildings, 13. "The hangman's post:" 
jurisdiction, privileges, &c, of the abbots 
and monks, 14. 38-41. Portion of the 
abbey not in ruins, 14, 15. The Rrfectcry 
and its crypts, &c; fate of the refectory 
roof, 15, 16. Site of the Kitchen^ and cause 
of its demolition, 16, 17. The Church: 
exploration of its foundations, 17, 18. 
Benefactions of abbots Ralph and Warner, 
19. Benefactors to the Almonry, 19, 20. 
Number of monks accommodated in the 
abbey, 20. The Hoo Chantry and its 
attached property, 20, 21. Rank taken by 
the abbots, 21. The abbey chapel, seizure 
. and restoration of its revenues, benefactors 
to it, &C, 21, ^2. The sacristan and his 
duties, 23. Enumeration of the abbey 
possessions, 24-28. The hospital and 
infirmary, 28, 29. The dairy, 29. Pelham 
and Braose benefactions, ibid. Salt-pits 
given to the abbey, 30. Its ixxwa. house 
and metropolitan possessions, 30, 31. Its 
revenues and expenses, 31. The cellarer 
and his duties, 31, 32. Parks attached to 
the abbey, 32, 33. Royal visitors : merci- 
less levies of Henry III, 33. Exclusion 
of episcopal interference : disputes with the 
bishops, 33, 34. The dean, his peculiar 
duties, &c, 34-37. Orchards and cherry 
gardens, 37, 38. Sunday markets, travel- 
ling and forest privileges, wrecks, &c, 38- 
40. Peculiar right of pardoc vested in the 
abbot, 42. Infringements of abbey rights, 
ibid. Arbitrary disposal of lands and their 
owners, exchanges for life incomes, &c, 43, 
44. List and short notices of the abbots, 
44-46, 47, 48. The library, abbey revenues, 
condition of its "implements," &c, at the 
dissolution, 47, 48. Allegations against 
the abbot and monks, 48, 49. Grant by 
Hen. VIII. of the abbey possessions : sub- 
sequent owners of same, 49, 50. Conver- 
sion of the buildings into a residence, 50. 
Their state in 1752; alterations by the 
duke of Cleveland, 50-52. The abbey 
sword, arms, and seal, 52, 53. Subordinate 
priories, 53. Detail of manors, rents, &c, 
at the dissolution, 54-56. 
Battel or Battle, nonae return, 1, 64. Site of 
ironworks, 2, 207. 3, 243. Abbey deeds 
relating to same, 3, 246. Horace Walpole 
at the Inn, 4,* 185. Inn-sign, 10, 190. 
Town and market, 11, 193. Fair prevented 
by plague, 14, 198 note. 'Origin of the 
town, 15, 245. Publications relating to 



BATTEL. 



[^7] 



BAWDEWEN. 



abbey and town, 17» 169, 170. Ball at, 
22, 165. Chief fxeeholder (1734) and his 
present representative, 23, 75. 

Battel church, 2, 130. 274. Sir A. Browne's 
monument/ 6, 54. Bells, 16, 195. 199. 
Crown presentations to the living, 21, 46. 
Martin inscription on the church floor, 145 
note. Monumental brasses, 23, 136-138. 

Battel deanery, seal cf, 5, 204. Jurisdiction 
of the dean, 6, 63. " Armors and furni- 
ture" furnished by the clergy (16 12) 11, 
226, 227. See 17, 34-37- 

Battel, stream rising in, 15, 154. 

Battel traders' tokens, 10, 207. 11,176. 177. 
22, 226. 24, 124. 

Battel Abbey rolls, references to the Haraons 
in, 14, 25. Other citations and references, 
24, 3. 10. II. 19. 38. 39. 40. 

Battle Abbey Roll (so c^ed) Rev. Joseph 
Hunter, F.S.A, on the, 6, 1-14. Belief in 
the existence of a list of those who " came 
in with the conqueror," i. Presumptions 
and arguments pro and con^ 2-4. Con- 
clusion come to by Mr. Hunter ; probable 
origin of the several lists, 5. When 
brought forward and by whom, 6. Cam- 
den's notion, 7. Leland's lists, 8. Abbot 
Brompton's list, 9. Poem on the subject : 
Fuller's list, 10. Family resemblance 
among all the lists, 11. Character of 
Tayleur's list, 12. Cause of the pre- 
eminence of this abbey, 13, 14. What 
may have been the true Roll, 34. 

Battle Abbey, St. Richard's boiefactions to, 
1, 186 note. Royal visits, 2, 134-137. 
1 53 . New abbot appointed, 136. Possessed 
and alienated by the Brownes, 166, 167. 
Grimm's views, 3, 233, 234. Gift of the 
abbot towards the Scottish war, 4, 115. 
A heroic abbot, 122. Gifts of the Hersts, 
131 note. Manor belonging to it, 310. 
Suggestion relative to Alfriston inn, 310. 
315. Grants by the Braoses, 6, 147. 
Subsidy, 238. Visited by Edw. II, 6, 44. 
45. Given to Sir A. Browne by Hen. VIII, 
54. Its exclusive privileges, dvil jurisdic- 
tion of the abbot, &c, 59. His ecclesiastical 
jurisdiction, 62. 13, 56 note. Wills in 
the registry, 6, 63-65. Beggarly account 
of the abbejr, probable cause, &c, 7, 227. 
Thomas Lord Hoo's g^ft, 8, 119. Post- 
ponement of needful arrangements relative 
thereto, 121. Same carried out by his son, 
125. Diarist Turner's reflections, 11, 193. 
Charity of an abbot, 12, 1 14. A lord of its 
manor, 13, 84. Grant of free warren, 1 1 1. 
License to krenellate the abbey manse, 112. 
Agreement with the abbot relative to Bore- 
selle tithes, 173. Origin of the saying 
"Ware the abbot of Battel," 232. A 
family of benefactors, 15» 84. Legend 



connected with its foundation, 156. The 
abbey and St. Martin's priory, 16, 299. 
Abbot involved in Cade's rising, 18, 18. 
30. Manors held by the abbey, 76, 77. 
Grants and gifts, 19, 13-28. The abb^ 
litigating for its property, 22. See 11, 103 
note. 19,4. 14. 23. 25,214.215. 

Baltic Abbey Chronicle, 2, 53. 57. On the 
Conqueror's landing, formation of his 
camp, burning of his fleet, &c, 54. 55. 56. 
On the battle of Hastings, 6, 20. 27. 32. 
37 note. Miscellaneous references, 59. 63. 
Notices of the parish and family of Bodiam 
in the, gifts by the Bodiams to the abbey, 
&C, 9, 276, 277. 279. 283. 294. 295. 
See 10, 66. 

Battle Abbey, Cells of, by the Editor 
(Rev. Edw. Turner, M.A, V.P.) 23, 123- 
128. Breclmock Priory, its founder and 
principal benefactor, 123. Its seal, pos- 
sessions, privilege of the priors, priory 
church, &C, 124. St. Nicholas Priory , 
Exeter, its founder, royal benefactors, de- 
molition, &c, original foundation, &c, 125. 
1 26. Whence first supplied with inmates, 
its seals and thdr legends, 126, 127. The 
poor man's parlour, and recipients of relief 
therein, 127, 128. 

Battle hundred, parishes in, 6, 57. Knight- 
hood compositions, 16, 47. 

Battle manor, customs of, 6, 60-62. 178. 

BatUe parish, valuation in 1649, 6, 58. Re- 
port on the parish, 16, 42. 

Battersyes entrenched and attacked, 11, 23. 

Battesford family, arms borne by the, 9, 365. 

Battesfords, nameplace of the, 15, 157. 

Battlebridge, Southwark, origin of the name, 
17, 30. 

Battles, difficulty of describing, 6, 15. 

Batys (or Bates) John; story of his gift to 
Brightling parish, loss and recovery of 
same, &c 18, 39. 23, 140, 141. One of 
his family in Cade's rising, 18, 39. Monu- 
mental brass, 23, 140. 

Baudo, John de, archb. of Aries, 1, 185 note. 

Baucy, Henry de, deed witnessed by, 9, 245. 

Baude, Peter, curious cannon forged by, 
1, II. More about him, 77 note. His 
brass ordnance, &c, 2, 183-185. 18, 68. 

Baudefar, Hugh, benefactor to Michelham 
priory, 6, 134. Locality of his donation, 141. 
. Baudryk, or bell-truss, 2, 318 note. 

Bavaria, Lewis, duke of, husband of Blanche, 
daughter of Henry IV, 9, 292. 

Bavent, Adam de, and his successors, pos- 
sessors of Wiston, 5, 3-5. See 17, 106. 
25, 88. Bavent, Bavant, John and Robert, 
esquires, at Agincourt, 15, 136. Bavent, 
Robert de, orders of Edw. II, to, 6, 52. 

Bawcombe, Jone, Maresfield, 24, 207. 

Bawdewen, Bawdewyn, Henry, co-grantor of 



BAWDEWEN. 



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BAYON. 



a charter of confirmation of " lands called 

Cobbys/' 22, lai. 123. 
Bawdewen, Robert, of Rye, testament and 

will of, 17, 128, 129. 
Bawdewyn, E, burial direction of, 12, 92, 93. 
Bax, R, turned quaker preacher, 16, 70. 72. 
Baxter on Anderida and its supposed sites, 6, 

98 note. Where he is wrong, loi wOe. 
Baxter, the nonconformist, 4, 254. Irreverent 

character of the church services in his 

and adjoining parishes, 10, 30. 
Baxter, Mr. W. E, tiroodcuts, &c, lent by, 10, 

108. 11, 220. 13,4. 20, 81. 21, 107. 
Bayade, la, ship of Hastings, 14, 70. 
Baybush (Beaubush) furnace at, 18, 15. 
Bayen, Thomas, cinque ports bairon, 15, 182. 

17, 125. 

Bayeux cathedral, gifts to by a bbhop of, 9, 
247, 248. See Odo. 

Bayeux Tapestry, incidents connected with the 
Conqueror's landing figured on the, 2, 53- 
56. Nationality of the needlework, 54 
note. Sussex church and Norman ships, 4, 
88. 104. Battle of Hastings, 6, 19. 21. 
Arms figured, 73. Incidents in Harold's 
life, 19, 71. 74-76. His swearing on the 
relics, 25, 145 note. See 16, 7. 17. 263. 

18, 3 noU, 141. 

Bayeux, William's parliament at, 19, 77. 

Bayfold, John de, inquisition juror, 20, 8. 

Bayham (Begeham, Beyham, Bigham) abbey, 
Grimm's views of, 3, 235. Chapelry sold 
to bishop Sherborne, 4, 46. Charter dated 
at Knepp, 5, 144. Removal of the Brokely 
and Otteham monks to the abbey, 158. 161. 
164. 165. Edw. II. at the abbey, 6, 44. 
Charter confirmed, 51. Annual payment 
to Michelham priory, 140. Dispute with 
the latter, 141. 143. 147. Michelham lease 
among its records, 146. Riotous reprisals 
after its suppression, and proceedings there 
anent, 7, 221*223. ^^ ^ foundation, 
8, 43. Its reason for not attending a 
chapter, 72. Chapter held there, 81. One 
of the alien houses suppressed by Wolsey, 
11, 95. Probable site of land belonging to 
it, 14, 125. The abbey and S. A^irtin's 
priory, 16, 298. Grants confirmed by 
king John, 22, 17. See 17, 53. 59. 170. 

19, 166 note, 

Bayham, Prkmonstratbnsian Abbey of, On 
the ORIGIN and history of, by Rev. G. M. 
Cooper, 9, 145-181. Site, derivation of 
name, picturesque surroundings, &c, 145. 
Architectural remains, dimensions, date, 
&C, 145, 146. The founder, fictitious and 
true story of his career, 146-148. [See 
Tumeham, Sir R.] Union of the canons 
of Brockley and Otteham in the new 
foundation, 148. Holders of the abbey 
advowson till its suppression, 149. Posses- 



sions of the Brockley canons, 149, 150. 
Removal to Begeham ; munificent grants 
by Sir R. Tumeham, 151. King John's 
fee for confirming same, 152. Slow pro- 
gress of the abbey buildings; Archbishop 
Edmund's scheme for accelerating same, 
152. Gradual accumulations of property ; 
charters in the Ashmolean Museum ; 
ancient chartulary of the abbey, &c, 153. 
Possessions and privileges granted or con- 
firmed thereby, 154-157. Boiefactions with 
special conditions, 157, 158. Characteristic 
example of a grant of ** Corrody," 158, 
159. Keen view taken of their own 
interests by the canons, 159, 160. Agree- 
ments, against encroachments, with other 
orders, 160. Manumissions of villeins, i6t, 
161. Specimen of manumission g^ant, 
162 note. Income at two stated dates, 162. 
Visitations and formalities preparatory 
thereto, 163. Abuses then found, penances 
and reforms enjoined, &c, 164-170. Pur- 
port of bull of exemption granted by Pope 
Honorius, 171. P^uticulars relative to 
churches belonging to the abbey : litiga- 
tion concerning Hailsham, conditions an- 
nexed to settlement of same, 172-175. 
Custom of strewing churches, &c, 175, 
176. Pembury chim:h, 176. Litigation 
with tenants; summary treatment of a 
stiffnecked one, and compassion subse- 
quently shewn towards him, 177, 178. 
Royal and episcopal guests; sanctity at- 
tached to St. Richard's bed, 178. Grant of 
the abbey to Wolsey ; riot of sympathisers 
at its suppression, 179, 180. Grantees after 
Wolsey 's fall, present owners, &c, 180, 181. 

Bayham Abbey, notices of certain Plea 
Rolls of Edward II. relating to, by Rev. 
G. M. Cooper, 11, 121-126. State of 
society exhibited by these documents, 122. 
Outrages and robbery charged upon a 
feudal lord, 122, 123. Untenable charge 
against a brother abbot, abbacy disputes, 
124, 125. Abbots Laurence, Lucas and 
Solomon, long rule of the last, 125, 126. 

Bayham, (Begeham or Beyham,) stream at, 
16, 272. Furnace, 18, 16. Crovm present- 
ation, 21, 46. 

Bayle, John, charter witnessed by, 22, 117. 

Bayley, Mr, on the Tregoze arms, 6, 80. 

Bay ley, Jos, preferments held by, 22, 113- 

Baylif, John, Hastings, sum subscribed by 
to repair the pier (1619) ^^* 9^- 

Bayly, Thos, necromancer, beheaded, 18, 20. 

Bayly, W. G, perp. curate, Midhurst, 20, 26. 

Baylol, Willkim de, condition annexed to 
tenure of lands by, 17, 256. 

Baynes, Captain, Adam, lord Howard's letter 
to, 12, 267. 

Bayon, Geronet du, at Agincourt, 15, 135. 



BAYONNE. 



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BEAULIEU. 



Bayonne, dealings at Winchelsea with ships 
Erom, 23y 24* 28* 

Beach (m Battle) furnace at, 18, 15, 

Beachy Head, seizure of officers from France 
at, 10, 78. Past fame of its downs for 
wheatears, 11, 33. Freewarren, &c, 46. 
Naval fight near, 181. Its site, features, 
&C, 14, 135, 136. Names anciently given 
to it, 20, 235. 22, 186. Exploration of 
barrows and tumuli on, 22, 191. 24, 
165. See 15, 148. 158. 

Beacons, orders for establishment and preser- 
vation of, 6, 53. 138. Report on, &c, temp, 
€L Eliz, 11, 150. 153. 163. Beacon on 
'* the BostalU" Ditchling, 13, 346. Beacon 
fires on Sussex heights, 15, 148. Occasion 
of the latest, 148 note. 

Beacon Hill, Rottingdean, 15, S43-345. 

Beacon Hill, Hants, character of the earth- 
works on, 24, 159, 160. 

"Beads of corroll gawdye with gold," 10, 
155 note. 

Beag or Begt meaning of, 9» 145. 

Beakesboume (Bekysbom) Kent, 1, 15. 16. 
19, 3. 33. Payment towards cinque ports 
barons' coronation expenses by, 15, 190. 

Bcalknaps, ancient seat of the, 13, 140. 
See Belknappe. Belknap. 

Bealy, S, "foot pales" set up for, 25, 153. 

Beam light, Oving, bequest for the, 12, 75. 
Elucidatory remarks, 75 note. 

Beane, R., cinque ports baron, 15, 193. 

Bear and mace and Bear and ragged staff, 
origin of the devices of, 4, 31 1-3 13. 

Bear, Dr. John, rector of Shermanbury, 8, 
353. His character, Dr. Burton's eulogium 
on him, &c, 356. 358. Inscription on his 
monument, 359. His pupil, 22, 165 note* 
See 25, 193. 193. 

Bear-garden and bull-baiting, 19, 137. 

Beard, Ann, second wife of John Covert, and 
their ten base-bom children, 10, 160. 

Beard, Charles, Rottingdean, 20, 65 note. 

Beard, Charles, advowson sold by, 21, 195. 

Beard, Francis, secretary to earl of Norwich, 
letters of, acknowledging a gift of wheatears 
presented to Chas. II, 11, 33, 33. 

Beard, George, incumbent, Poynings, 15, 34. 
30. 3 1 . Unusual length of his incumbency, 
32. Memorial to him, 331. 18, 161 note. 

Beard (Berde) John, keeper of Bewbushe and 
Shelly park, his emoluments, &c, 13, 126. 
Particulars relative to his family, their 
arms, &c, 136 note. 

Beard, John, and wife and children, bequests 
to, 19, 301. 

Beard, Miss, schoolmistress, 23, 47, 48. 

Beard, Nicholas, quaker, fined, imprisoned, 
&C, 16, 80. 84. 85. 1 18. Assaults upon 
him, 97, 99. N. B. jun. imprisoned, 131. 
Tho. Beard informed against, 118, 119. 



Beard, Ralph, of the Inner Temple and Hurst- 
pierpoint, 19, 100 note, 

B^ird, rev. Mr, on the Pierpoint monument 
at Hurstpierpoint, 11, 77, 78. 

Beard, Thos. and wife, chargre against, 11, 38. 

Beard, Thomas, Hurstpierpoint, 17, 11 3. 

Beard family, old mansion house, &c, of the, 
2, 117. Andentness of the family, their 
residence and burial places, 11, 33 note, 79. 

Beard family, entries in Marchant's diary rela- 
tive to the, 25, 167. 168. 173-175. 178- 
181. 184-187. 190. 193-195. 300. 303. 

Bearde, John, one of the ** chefest men" of 
Lindfield, 19, 41. 

Beardmore, John, suits of armour, one gi- 
gantic, exhibited by, 8, 317. 

Beare, Col, at siege of Arundd castle, 9, 53. 

Beaton, John, vicar of Rye, 13, 375. Fate of 
his sons John and Nehemiah, under the 
Bartholomew act, UncL Theological differ- 
ences between him and S. Jeake, 59. The 
younger John, a persecutor of the quakers, 
16, 72. His ejection, death, &c, 72 note. 
Exemplary character of Nehemiah, incum- 
bent oSf Horsted Parva, 21, 195, 196. 

Beatrix, daughter of Henry III, 7, 50. 54. 

Beatson, Mr, tracings of mural paintings 
exhibited by, 8, 321, 333. 

Beatye, John, tenement held by, 24, 226. 

Beau and Bel, 11, 121. 

Beaubussh manor, 10, 138. See Baybush. 
Beause. Bewbush. 

Beaubusson, Femin, seizure and release of 
merchandize of, 23, 26. 

Beauchamp arms in Echyngham church 
vmidows, 9, 285. 357. 358. 

Beauchamp, John de, death of, 2, 35. Deed 
witnessed by, 9, 236. 

Beauchamp, Matilda de, rents, &c, given to 
Calceto Priory by, 11, 102. 

Beauchamp, Mr, hundred-rent held by, 23, 23 1 . 

Beauchamp, Richard, earl of Warwick, Sussex 
esquire at Agincourt with, 15, 125. 

Beauchamp, Robert de, M.P. for Shoreham, 
mancupators for, 12, 30, note, 

Beauchamp, William de, arms adopted on his 
marriage by, 6, 75. 

Beauchamp, W. de, earl of Warwick, 6, 117. 

Beauchief, John, abbot of, 8, 71. Seeks a 
brother abbot's " sage sadde counsell," 81. 

Beauclerc, lords William and Harry, and the 
Charlton hunt, 15, 76. 79. 80. 

Beauflor, Jas, safe conduct granted to, 6, 44. 

Beaufort de Pethiviers, in Beauce, 11, 71. 

Beaufort, Sir Thomas, lord chancellor, forfeited 
lands granted to, 9, 328. 10, 151. 

Beaugency, Raoul, lord of, a crusader, 24, 26. 

Beaugenet, or Beaujonet, 12, 29 note. Yearly 
value of the manor (141 1) 10, 138. See 
tbid note, 

BeauHeu abbey, Hants, plan of, 8, 323. 



BEAULIEU. 



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BEDFORD. 



Beaulieu, Sussex, site of Bayham Abbey, its 
attractions, &c, 9, 150. 172. Curious local 
reminiscence of, 11, 121. See 19, 166 note. 

Beaumont, Mr, 25, 168. 170. 171. 

Beaumont, Robert de, Earl of Mellent and 
Leicester, and his son Robert, 24, 26. 

Baupee, J, an esquire at Agincourt, 15, 130. 

Beauport, suggested site of an incident in the 
battle of Hastings, 6, 40. 

Beauport park, 21, 138. 148. 

Beause, or Beaubush, particulars relating to, 

3, 49, so. 

Beausy manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 137. 
Beauvais, siege and relief of, 12, 233. Burial 

place (1435) of John, earl of Arundel, 235. 
Beauvais cathedral, 1, 146. Legend relative 

to Adam depicted in a window of, 5, 109. 
Beauvoir-Mayenne, Ildeburga de, 11, 71. 
Bee Abbey, gifts of men and their progeny to, 

4, 138. The abbey and S. Martin's priory, 

16, 299. Glynde anciently the property of 
the abbey, 20, 77. Wild strawberries and 
the abbey, 24, 185 note. 

Bee family, Norman progenitors of the 

Pelhams. See Pelham family. 
Bee, William de, benefactor to Battel abbey, 

17, 19. 

Beocatelli, birth place assigned to Cardinal 
Pole by, 21, 77 note. 

Beche mill, Ashbumham wood, 15, 154. 

Beche, John Atte, proof of age by, 12, 38. 

Beche, Michael de, serf bought by, 17, 43. 

Beche, Nicholas de la, rape of Margerie, the wife 
of, 15, 18. Forfeit inflicted on her violator, 
20, 134. 

Bechton, Sir R, chaplain, to sing ''zi yers" 
for his master's ** sowle," 3, 112. 19, 184. 

Beck, or Beke, Anthony, bishop of Durham, 
manors granted to, 20, 5. Military aid 
rendered to Edw. I. by, 6. His complaint 
against .the heir of the de Bohuns, ibid. 
Inquisition on his death, 8. See 9. 20. 

Beck, rev. James, on a gpreat hoard of Saxon 
coins found at Chancton Farm, Washington, 
19, 189. 20, 212, 213. 

Becke, Henrie, bam at Seaford demised to, 7y 
98. A transaction of another kind, 103. 

Beckele, gruild writ (1388) 24, 292. 

Becket, Samuel, result of the reckless driving 
of the postilions of, 11, 215. 

Becket, Tliomas k, Augustine hospital on the 
site of the birthplace of, 2, 91 note. A 
descendant of one of his murderers, 218. 
His friend at Bosham, 4, 87. Brook bear- 
ing his name, 155 note. Church dedicated 
to him, 291. 293. Charter of Henry IL 
vntnessed by, 8, 49. College whereof he 
was warden, 162. Consequences of a 
bishop's ministering to his necessities, 192. 
His Inography by a witness to his murder, 
198. Dean of Hastings, 13^154. 



Becket's chapel in Slindon church, 19, 128, 

129,131. 5«e Framfidd. 
" Beckhdwyne," locality indicated by, 2i, 130. 
Beckingestone manor, Uckfidd, 12, 5. 
Beckingham lordship, office appurtenant to, 

11, 91. 

Beckington, Thomas, window given to Hen- 
fidd church by, 23, 212. 

Beckle-parioc woods, 17, 39. 

Beckley church, Oxon, paintings over paint- 
ings in, 6, 162. 

Beckley, Sussex, recent remains of furnace at, 
2, 207. A persecuted rector, 5, 72-77. 
Valuation of the parish (1649) 6, 58. In- 
cumbent's arms quota, 11, 226. Crown 
presentations, 12, 256. Stream rising at, 
15, 154. Church bells, 16, 166. 177. 194. 
199. P^liamentary survey of chantry 
lands, 23, 277-280. See 16, 26. 

Beckyngham, Thos. de, presentation, 17, 104. 

Becon's trenchaift description of the habits of 
anchorites, 12, 130, 131. 

Bedale, Robert, prior of Schappe, duties dele-- 
gated to, 9, 163. 171. 

Beddingham (Beadinghamme) in king 
Alfred's will, 3, 19 note. 20, 21. Form 
of Borough English in the manor, 6, 1 78. 
Crown presentation, 12, 256. Composition 
of the name, 14, 209. Ouse tributary at, 
15, 163. Church bells, 16, 152. 153. 194. 
199. Yearly value of lands, &c, (1649), 
19, 208. Beddingham baptisms registered 
at Glynde, 20, 83. 

Beddingham, supposed monastery at, by 
Rev. W, de St. Croix, M.A, 21, 24-32. 
Question whether the monastery ever 
existed, 24. Obstacles in the way : etymo- 
logical difficulties, 25. . Tanner and Dug- 
dale's statements: A Beddingham not in 
Sussex suggested, 26. Charter favouring the 
supposition, 26, 27. Argument based on 
Balgerus's adventure ; opposing views of 
Messrs. Blaauw and Lower, 27-29. In- 
ferences from local features and finds, old 
roads, &c, 30, 31. Absence of architec- 
tural remains ; only conclusion to be come 
to, 32. See Bedingham. Bedyngehame. 
Walsingham. 

Bede, Dante's admiration for the writings of, 
1, 169 note. In Dante's Paradise, 174 note. 
On the foundation of Bosham college, 8, 
189. On the church architecture of his 
time, 245. On Anderida, 14, 35, 36. See 

12, X22. 18, 5. 81. 

BederefCf meaning of, 9, 252 note. 253. 

Bedewind, Walter de, presentation, 17, 106. 

Bedford, Jacqueline, dowager duchess of, 8, 
112. 

Bedford, Ingetram de Coud, duke of, (ob. 
1396-7) arms in Echingham church win- 
dows, 9, 358. 



BEDFORD. 



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BELL. 



Bedfordy Jasper, earl of Pembroke and duke 
d (ob. 1495) a probable protector of his 
base bom brother, 7, 25. 

Bedford, John Plantagenet, duke of, the 
regent, (pb. 1435) parentage of, 7, 38 note. 
Estates of the Perdes granted to him, 14, 4. 
Sussex men at Aginoouit in his retinue, 15| 
137. See 8, III. 

Bedford, John Russell, duke of (pb, 1555) lord 
privy seal to Edward VI, 10, 198. 200. 304 
note, 

Bedford, John, warden of St. Bartholomew's, 
Rye, 17, 136. 

Bedgebury, queen Elizabeth at, 5, 191. 

Bedbam, form of Borough English in, 6, 178. 

Beding, Bedinges, Seeding, Bed3mg, 10, 100. 
Name changed for monastic purposes to 
Sele, loi ; land, &c, given to Sele, no. 
117. 119. 1 30. Beding priory, see Sele 
priory. See Beeding. 

Bcdingham, incumbent's arms quota, 11, 227. 

Bedingham, crown presentations to, 21, 46. 

Bedles hill, Bedles or Bedales, Lindfield, 19, 
41. 49 note, 

Beds and bedding for royalty (temp, Edward 
m.)4, 119. 

Bed accommodation in old times, 6, 144 note, 

Beds and bedfellows (1595) 7, 176. 

Bcdyle, Tho, incumbent of Appledram, 81 194. 

Bedynghame manor, yearly value (141 1)» 10, 
145. See Beddingham. 

Beech, Tho. Atte, bequest of lands by, 19f 28. 

Beedier, Gul, Sussex student, matriculation 
registry of, 9, 364. 

Beeches, Walter of the, wardenship conferred 
on, 21, 193. 

Beede (not Reed as on p. 220) alias Burbeech, 
hundred of, 23, 220. 236. Townships in 
and rentals of same, 237. P^urishes in the 
hundred, 237 note. 

Beeding, incumbent's arms quota, 11; 226. 
Dedication of the church, 12, 105. Settle- 
ment of Carmelite friars at, 128. 

Beeding, causeway to, 13| 33. Granted to 
Tipper and Dawe, 47. Bronze celts found 
at Lower Beeding, 17^ 255. 256. 

Beeding, Upper and Lower; bells in the 
church, 16, 144. 159. 194. 199. Church 
and ancient priory, 242. Old houses in 
the village, 243. The old bridge, 243. 254. 
Beeding water, 254 note. Relative positions 
of the two Beedings, 24, 238 Tiote, see 2St 
45. note 191. Common fine payable by 
Beeding and Stamford township, 23, 237. 
See Beeding. Sele. 

Beer and Beershops in the 14th cent, 2, 155. 
Supplies for the court, 1 56. Price regulated 
according to strength, 7, 96. Explanation 
of terms used, 96 note. Introduction of 
beerbrewing into Sussex, 10, 185. A parish 
without a beerhouse, 23, i. See Ale. 



Beership among the Saxons, 4, 88. 

Bees, dispute arising out of the finding of a 

swarm of, 11, 201. 
Bees, Sussex rhyme relative to, 23> 64. 
Befeld (should be Uckfi^ld) chapel, Buxted, 

query relative to, 20, 230. See editorial 

correction, ilfid. See Buxted. 
Befing, Goody, Cowden, payment ''for the 

dethof," 20, 116. 
Begeham (Bayham) presentation, 21, 46. 
Begeham, Bcgham, Beigham, See Bayham. 
" Beggar of the Wood," burial entxy of the, 

22, 89. 
''Beggar Yeomans," Maresfield, 14, 151. 
" Beggars' bush," squatting places of tramps 

and gipsies, 24, 194 note. 
Beggar's license, transcript of a, 14, 105. 
Behrfrid, ** servant of God,'* condition of king 

Nunna's gift to, and his reason for not 

retaining it, 8, 181. 
Bekesboume, see Beakesboume. 
Bel, Le Bel, Beau, &c, 11, 121. 
Belcher, William, arms quota of, 11, 226. 
Belesme, earl of, 6, 108. 
Belestede, John, at Agincourt, 15, 135. 
Bdet, Ralph and SybiUa de, benefaction to 

Boxgrove confirmed by, 15, 95. 
Beleth, Henry, gift to Robertsbridge by, 6, 44. 
Belfiy window, Newhaven, peculiar feature 

of the, 9, 94. Belfry rhymes, 23, 197. See 

Bells. Church-bells. 
Belgae or Belgic Britons, date of their entry 

into Britain, 2, 261. Earthworks and 

dykes of the, 24, 146. Their use of marie 

for manure, 162. 
Bdhoumme, Thomas, rent paid to the Sad- 

descombe templars by, 9, 237. 
Bdief and Commandments, best place in 

churches for the, 16, 2 note. Their andent 

place in Westmeston church, 2, 3. 
Belingeham, after Hastings battle, 2, 57. 
Belinus and Billingsgate, 11, 145. 
Belknap, Henry and daughter, 23, 149. Sir 

Edward and daughter, 164. 
Bdknap, Sir Robert, grantee of the forfdted 

lands of, 9, 289. See Bealknap. 
Bdknappe, Hamo, commissioner of Bodiam 

bridge, 9, 296. 
Bdknappe, Robert de, lands released by Sir 

Edw. Dalyngerugge to, 12, 226. 
Bell, Dr. William, rdference to a paper on wind- 
mills by, 5, 273 note, 
Bdl, John, arms quota of 11, 226. 
Bell, J, burial direction of, &c, 12, 73 no^ 93. 
Bell, John, Ninfidd, 17, 60. LaJst Roman 

Catholic incumbent, ibidf note 16. 
Bell, John, mayor of Winchdsea, 23, 34. 
Bdl, Professor, his ox-suggestion, 16, 61. 
Bell, Sir R. ch. baron. Exchequer, 14, 223. 
Bell, Stodfast, baptismal entry, 25, 156. 
Bdl, William, lands held by, 13, 47. 



BELLARMINE. 



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BENNETT. 



Bellarmine on St Christopher, 4y i6. 

Bdl bank, Hailsham, 16, 163. 

Bdlchambcr, Dame, schoolmistress, 23, 47. 

Bellemont, Alianor de, land granted by Edw. 
III. to, 17, 121. 

Bellemont, Sir R. (" Blanchemaines '*) earl of 
Ldoester, slain by the Saracens, 0, 147. 

Bellencombre, patrimonial seat of the de 
Warennes, 2, I33. De Warenne badge 
from, 18, 70. 

Bbllbncombrb Cast lb, Normandy, Mr. 
M. A. Lower on, 3, 29-34. Origin of the 
name, &c, 30. Sold to be broken up, 30, 
31. Aiidendy possessed by the de Warennes, 
31. Cesser of their connection with it, 32. 
Notable inscriptions, 33. 33. Heraldric relic 
bought by Mr. Lower, 33. 

Bellenden, hon. Elizabeth, 17, 91. 

Sellers, William, view by, 18, 93. 

" Belle Sauvage," metamorphosis of, 11, 122. 

Belle Toute and Darby's hole, 14, 136. 

Bellfounders in Sussex, 2, 196. Alphabetical 
list of, 16, 196. Interpretation of a bell- 
founder's monogram, 22, 234. 

Bellingham, Mr, church profits recdved by 
(1650) 10, 23 note. 

Bdlingham, Mr, abbot's "privy seal" ex- 
hibited by, 8, 170. Engraving from a 
priory seal possessed by, 11, 107. 108. 

Bdlingham, Ralph, of Ly minster, 25, 106. 

Bdlingham, Richard (of Newtimber) armada 
contribution of, 1, 37. Richard, patron of 
Westboume, 22, 102. 

Bdlinghams, mansion built by the, 2, 122 
note, 16, 292. Corrective note relative to 
the family, 22i 231. 

Bello, Robert de, abbot of Battel, peculiar 
right asserted by, 17, 42. Period of his 
abbacy, 46. 

Bdlringers, andent society of, 16f 178 note. 

Bells : Easebourne nunnery, inscriptions on, 
&C, 9, 31. Silver bdl fought for by school- 
boys, 184. Passing bdl at Mayfidd, 196. 
Buxted church bells, 213. Bells as inn 
signs, 10, 191. Bells in the East, 16, 138. 
Right place for the sanctus bell, 138 nofe. 
The curfew bdl, 139. Entries relating to 
bells at Lindfidd, 19, 4if 42, 43. Inscribed 
rhymes on brass to a lover of bdls, 23, 
1 6(5. See Church bells. 

'' Bell's Yew Lane," derivation of, 11, 121. 

Bdlyngham, Susan, burial entry, 14, 150. 

Bdlyngham, Thomas, priory steward, Calceto, 
fiiaudulent conduct of , 11, 106, 107. 

Belsham rents (141 1) 10, 136. 

Bdson, Augustus, joint petitioner in reference 
to the sequestrated Gage property, 19, 1 15. 

Bdson's land in South Mailing, 24, 244. 

Bdton church given to Boxgrove, 15, 89. 91. 

Belton manor, yearly value (1411) 10, 137. 

Beltout, wrought flints at, 24, 152. 



Bdvoir, Ralph de, curious tenure of lands 

hdd by, 6, 147. 
Bembiltye manor, ytarlj value, 10, 133. 
Benacre, free warren granted in, 11, 56. 
Benoour, Henry, cinque ports baron, 15, 182. 
Bender, Edward, assistant warden, Sackville 

college, 20, 166. 
" Bendcs of frost," 7, 208. 
Beneck, P, French preacher. Rye, 13, 200 n. 
Benedfidd, R. de, deed witnessed by, 9, 238. 
Benedict, chamberlain of Lewes, made prior- 

of Castle Acre priory, 2, 34. 
Benedictine nunnery, Easebourne. See Ease- 
bourne. 
Benedictines, bTX)therhoods arising out of the, 

15, 85. Sketch of the order, 18, 58, 59. 
Benefit of dergry, allowance at Seaford of 

daims of, 7, 99. 
Benett, Anne, "lone" of Robert, entry in 

Stenyng church book relative to, 8, 134- 

Meaning of " lone," 134 note. 
Benett, John, proof of age by, 12, 31. 
Benett, John, Withyham, 24, 203. 
Benevere, H, subsidy commissioner, 14, 86. 
Bcnford, Syr Robert, monumental brass, 23, 

170. 
Bengal, money making attractions of, 10, 48. 
Benge, W, extensive iron works of, 2, 213. 
Beningden, 17, 83. 
Bennet, early form of, 11, 61 note, 
Bennet, old Hastings family name, 14. 
Bennet, John, payment to Steyning ''for his 

father's bequethe" by, 8, 136. 
Bennet, Sir John, of Rudgwick park, Sedg- 
wick castle bought, improved, and sM by, 

8, 38. Arms of, 25, 92. 
Bennet, Joseph, marriage entry, 25, 157. 
Bennet, Mr, commonwealth incumbent, of 

Ninfidd, 17, 60. 
Bennet, rev. Joseph, 18, ill. In danger from 

witchcraft, 112. 
Bennet, Thomas, of Salehurst, 25, 154. 
Bennett, Ann, and her interviews with spirits, 

at Rye, 14, 26-31. 
Bennett, G, Rye, trade token, 10, 209. 
Bennett, Geo, age 112, burial entry, 14, 247. 
Bennett, hon. G. and Charlton hunt^ 15, 79. 
Bennett, Henry, quaker, extortionate distress 

for tithes on, 16, 68. 
Bbnnbtt, John J, sketch of Charlton and 

Charlton hunt by, 15, 74-82. On a recdpt 

for " a Catholic pudding," 24, 291. On the 

story of the false duke of Monmouth, 296, 

297. On a letter relative to Sutton manor, 

25, 228, 229. 
Bennett, P, fine levied in Hamsey by, 17, 87. 
Bennett, Robert, of Mountfidd, sequestrated 

land granted to, 24, 274. 
Bennett, rev. Thomas, angry entries in Wal- 

dron register by, 13, 99. 
Bennett, William, smuggler, 10, 93. 



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BERNARDI. 



Bemiit, Sir Humphrey, horses kq>t up for the 

Faifiamefit by, 5| 9a 
BcDolte, Clarenceux (1516-34) on the tombs 

in Lewes priory, 3, 187. Bore pedigree in 

the Kent visitation of, 11, 80 note. 
Benstede, or Bcndestede, Abraham and 

Matilda de, land and men given or oon- 

fiimed to the templars by, 9, 155. 
Benstede, yearly value (141 1) 10, 136. 
Bent Arms, inn sign, 10, 187. 
•fientham, Dr. Edward, memoir of Dr. Burton 

by, 8, 35 1 note. 
Bentinck, hon. C. at Charlton hunt, 15, 70. 
Bentley, ancient seat of the Gages, 15, 161. 
Bentley chapel, Framfidd church, murad brass 

in, 4, 297. See Gages of Bentley. 
Bentley park, Cuckfield, and Bentley _ park, 

Framfield, 25, 79 note. 
Bentley, R, bishop Hare a match for, 4, 163. 
Bentley's Excerpta Histonca^ early marriage 

settlement printed in, 14, 182. 
Benton, Tobias, bells hung by, 16, 191. 
Bentons, seat of the Carylls, 22, 1 1. 163. 
Benyfdd, or Benfidd, John (i4ii-i2) value 

of manors hdd by, 10, 141. The old manor 

house, 164. View of same, 165. 
Benyon, Mr, 23, 6. 

Beorm, Beorminga, Mr. Wright on, 14, 209. 
Beom, decoyed away and murdered by 

Swein or Swegen, 4, 104. 19, 73 note, 
Beomulf , king A Mercia, land surrendered to 

Selsey by, 21, 29. 
Bepont, d. of, his passage of the Loire, 11, 165. 
Bepton chmch bdls, 16, 199 ; rivulet, 259. 
Bepton manor, form of Borough English in, 

6, 178. 
Bequests on condition that one man " leve his 

swering,'' and another "will never more 

borrow nor entend to decejrve," 42. 43. 
Berchthun, alderman of Sussex, 4, 74. 
Beroomp,jBercamp, hundred, manor, &c, yearly 

value (141 1) 10, 132. 133. 141. See 

Baroombe. 
Bere, John de la, lands of, obtained for Dure- 

ford abbey, 8, 60. 
Berechurch, Essex, church bells, 16, 143. 
Berengar, monasteries established by, 8, 43. 

His probable origin, 44. Grant of Dure- 

ford to, design of same, &c, 49. 50. 
Berenger, John, deed witnessed by, 25, 144. 
Beresford, Michael, justice, 20, 100. 
Berewyk manor. See Berwick. 
Berey hill, the parliamentarians on, 9, 51. 
Berg, RobL at, origin of the name, 14, 213. 
Beigavenny, Geo. Nevill, lord {ob, 149 1-2) 

relic of, 3, 188. His successor and Hamsey, 

17, 77. 79. See Abergavenny. 
Berge, Wm. atte, proof of age by, 12, 38. 
Berghe, Thos. atte, proof of age by, 12, 41. 
Berghersh, crown presentation to the living 

of, 21, 47. See Burghersh. Borwash. 



Berghershe, Simon de, warden of the cinque 
ports, royal order carried out by, 13, 150. 

Berghstede chapel, dedication of, 12, 37. 

Berghstede, Stephen de. See Berkestede. 

Bergne, Mr, on coins of Alfred, 24, 298. 

Berholme, Hugh, wrecker, Seaford, 17, 150. 

Berhtun, fatal vengeance taken by Ceadwealla 
on, 8, 178. 

Berhtwald, d. of Sussex, dominions of, 4, 76. 

Berix^^n, John de Redemale de, benefactor 
to Michelham priory, 6, 136. 

Berkdey, Sir John, third husband (not father) 
of Margaret wife of Thos. Braose or Brewes, 
8, 99. loi. Her second husband and other 
particulars regarding her, 99 note. loi note, 

Berkeley, Sir John, and Chas. I, 5, 49 note. 
Engaged in a hopdess intrigue, 63. 

Berkeley, Sir Maurice, brother and heir of W, 
marquis of, estates acquired by, 8, loi. 

Berkeley, Thomas lord, and Margaret lady, 
date of the brass of, 8, 19. 

Berkdey, Hon. Mr. and Mrs, 18, 9. 

Berkel^s, the, 15, 123. Hon. Geo. Berkdey 
cinque ports baron, 202. 207. See Berkley. 

Berkestede, Berghstede, Berkstead, Berksteed, 
Stephen de, bishop of Chichester, " crossed 
the sea towards Rome," 2, 29. His return, 
30. His contention with tiie custos of 
Arundd, 17, 163. See 5, 247. 252 note. 
19, 23. 26. 24, 166. 

Berkham manor, yearly value of lands &c, in 
(141 1) 10, 137. 142. 

Berkhame manor in Fletching, 12, 31 note, 

Berkholt, Suffolk, manorial custom on mar- 
riage of a tenant's daughter, 6, 168. 

Berkley, lord, Bosham manor recognised as 
an andent demesne by, 8, 193. 

Berkshire, Ashdovm in, destitute of ash tim- 
ber, 14, 39. 

Berkstede lands, yearly value (141 1) 10, 136. 

Berkyng church, templars before the inquisi- 
tors in, 9, 272. Penance imposed, 274. 

Berlavyngton manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 
138. See VI f 120. See also Barlavington. 

Berle, John, at Agincourt by proxy, 15, 130. 

Berlyng manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 134. 
Possessors, 1290-1464, ibid note. 

Berlyngg, John, proof of age by, 12, 35. 

Bermdo, Spain, gifts by Edw. U. to a captain 
from, 6, 45. 

Bermudas, J. Oxenbridge's ministry at, 12,207. 

Bernard, Dr, rector of Buxted, deprived ci his 
living, 9, 219. 

Bernard, Edw. and Wm. drowned, 23, 69. 

Bernard, G, underkeeper. Knap park, 13, 126. 

Bernard family, gifts to the Sumpting templars 
by, 9, 257. Jurorship of R. Bernard, 261. 

Bernard, Richard, presentation, 17, 107. 

Bernard Castell, John de, presentation, 17, 107. 

Bemardi, Theodore, paintings at Amberley 
and Chichester ascribed to, 8, 318, 319. 17, 



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BERWICK. 



309, 3IO. Presnmptioiis in favour oC 

another artist of the name, 17» 211, 312. 

See 18, 90. 
** Bcmanis," explanation of, 3, 3 naie. 5, 283. 
Bcmchius, W, hospital founded by, 12, 105. 
Bernehome, Elye and I^via d^ grants to 

Battel Abbey by, 17, 43. 
Bernehus, Nicholas and WiStam, deeds of gift 

witnessed by, 9, 247. 
Bernehus, William, of Cokeham, right granted 

to Lewes priocy by, 2, 14. 
Bernehus, Wm. de, gift to Sde by, lO, 113. 
Bernehus family, g^ifi^s to the templars by the, 

attempts to redaim same, penance done, &c, 

9, 358-361. 
Bemeit, Joh. atte, Pevenscy baron, 17, 66. 
Bemers,*Dame Juliana, on the rule for taking 

arms, 25, 91. 
Bemers, Sir Richard, first husband of Philippa 

Dalyngruge, 9» 292. 
Bemet, John, dead at Harfleur, 15, 135. 
Bcmett, Ric.at, deed witnessed by, 25, 139. 
Bemeval, Simon, farm leased to, 6, 146. 
Bemham lands and manor, yearly values of 

(1411) 10, 136. 138. Lands held by T. de 

B. and others, (141 1) lO, 138. 
Berriman, John, prior of Calceto, 11, 108. 
Berrington, derivation of, 14, 309. 
Berry, James, Roman remains discovered and 

preserved by, 2, 257-259. 
Bory, Messrs, Lewes, property bought and 

converted by, 13, 38. 
Berry's Lewknor pedigree, 3, 90. 
Berry's Sussex pedigrees, references to, 11, 63. 

70 note. An error corrected, 74 note. A sly 

fling at the author, 12, 87. Emendatory 

note, 22, 331. Omission in, 24, 388. 
Bersted advowson granted to Tipper and 

Dawe,13,48. De^cation of Bersted church, 

Kent, 25, 120 note, 
Bersted, Sussex. See North Beisted, South 

Bersted. 
Bertarius, Robert de, land held by, 19, 24. 
Bertele, or Berteleye, unjust exactions of ten- 
ants in villenage at ; conduct and treatment 

of a stiff necked one, 9, 177, 178. Site and 

present name, 177 note. 
Bertha, queen, converted to Christianity, 4, 78. 
Bertie, Sir Robert, afterwards lord Willoughby 

and earl of Lindsey, 14, 217. 225. 343. 

His issue, 243. 
Bertoaldus Dux, grant to a French abbey by, 

7,76. 

Berton, see Barton. Fee paid by Alice B, to 
Edw. I. for right to keep single, 12, 153* 

Bertram, ancient chronicle forged by, 6, 103. 

Bertyn, J. and A, Pevenscy barons, 17, 66. 

Berwick church, Sussex, 2, 275. Incumbent's 
arms quota, 11, 227. Church inscriptions, 
where printed, 339. Kettleby incription, 14, 
165. Church bells, legend respecting their 



sale, 16, 167. Agreement for recasting 
same, 185, 186. Inscriptions thereon, 300. 
Crown presentations, 21, 46. Inscriptioa 
over the pofx:h, 25, 105. 

Berwick, Bcrewyk {Berewiee, and Bervice in 
Domesday), form of Borough English in the 
manor, 6, 178. Seizure of the manor, 317. 
Sheriff's complaint concerning same, t^ 
note. Valuation of templars* property at, 
9, 343. Yearly value of the manor (141 1) 
10, 143. The common denuded of itsg^bost, 
13, 309. The miller and his mill in a 
storm, 16, 307. Yearly value of lands, &c 
(1649) ^^t 208. Parish indenture (1663) 
309. Former extent of the common, 
''Sherifie's turn court" anciently held on 
it, 23, 395 note. See 18, 109. 21, 121, 122. 

Berwick common, near Lidiey, 24, 333. 
Query hereon, iMd note, 

Berwick, Family Names in, from 1606 to 
181 3, by Rev. E. B. Ellman, M.A, 22, 33- 
39. .Institution of and rules for keeping 
parish registers, 32-24. Late commence- 
ment of those existing at Berwick: aux- 
iliary sources of information of an earlier 
date, 24. Course pursued in compiling the 
lists in this article, 25. Prevalent corrup- 
tion of names, 26. Names from 1606 to 
181 2 alphabetically arranged, 26-28. Non- 
residents (1754-18 1 2) married here, 38, 39. 

Berwick monumental inscriptions, by 
Rev. E. B. Ellman, M.A, 12, 354. 

Berwick Parochial Records, by Rev. Geo. 
Miles Cooper, 6, 323-243. Rev. John 
Nutt's " Remembrances for the Parsons of 
Barwick," period of his incumbency, &c, 
223. Tithes, procurations, and synodals, 
225. The parsonage; successive lords of 
the place, 336, 337. First fruits, nonae 
returns, glebe, Ac, 237. Value of the 
living, ancient rectory house, &c, 328. 
Parsonage built by Mr. Nutt, 229. Sheep 
and cattle tithes, 231. A king's demand 
refused, ibid. Mill and pigeon house tithes, 
332. "Fould tare," &c, 232-234. The 
mill and mill pond, antiquity of the mill, 
235 • Pigeon house for the parsons, ibid. 
Cost of building Mr. Nutt's parsonage 
house, his care for his successors, &c, 237. 
Subsequent incumbents : Geo. Hall and his 
epitaph, 239. John Hawes Encumbent 47 
years) on the parish doles and other local 
topics, 239, 240. Tenant flocks : specimen 
of an agreement for managing same, 240^ 
241. Payment for foxes and badgers, col- 
lections on briefs, spire destroyed by light- 
ning, 242. Past and present owners of the 
advowson, 243. 

Berwick (on Tweed) attack on, 4, 1 14. Its 
oockfighting celebrity, 9, 184 note. Muster 
against the Scots at (1301) 383. Builder 



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of a new church (1648-52) 12, 209. John 
Oxenbridge twice lecturer there, 209. 212. 
See 11, 24. 168. 12, 208. 208 note. 

Berwick, lord, Edw. D. Clarke tutor to, 12, 21. 

Bery, R, blacksmith, sharer in Lord Dacre's 
fatal poaching frolic, 19, 175, 176-179. 

Bery, Rev. Dr, 18, 100. 

Besbridges, Hastings, 14, 108. 

Beseata, deifinition of, 5, 160 note, 

Besdes lands, bequest of, 14, 221. 

Besse, Joseph, ** Sufferings of the Quakers " 
by, 16, 65. Extracts, 66. 67. 69. 

Bessole given to Boxgrove, 15, 90. 98. 99. 

Best, Robert, Seaf ord, neglect of duty charged 
against, 7, 100. Municipal office held by, 
lOi. Testimonial joined in by him, 149. 

Best, widow, rent charged on the lands 'of, 
23, 290. 292. 

Best, WiUiam, Seaford, will of, 17, 158. 

Best, William, schoolmaster, 23, 47. 48. 

Best, William, Fletching, 24, 205. 

Bestonour manor in Pevensey, exchange of, 
&c, 12, 2gnoU. 265. 

Betchington, see Bletching^ton. 

Betelee, Julian de, 25, 137. 

Betesworth, Peter (of Fyning) armada con- 
tribution, 1, 54. 

Bethell, E, incumbent, Chiddingly, 14, 248. 

Bethune, John, of Eastgrinstesid, 14, 150. 

Bethune, Miss, her poem on the Mole, 16, 270. 

Betley, stream at, 16, 25 {. 

fietoigne, Thos. vicar of Sutton, 17, 161. 

Betsworth, Cath, burial entry, 17, 238. 

Bett, John, mayor of Winchelsea, 23, 34. 

Bettesworth, A, incumbent, Midhurst, 20, 26. 

Bettesworth, Peter, deponent as to Sir Garrett 
Kempe's recusancy, 19, 118. Berry's mis- 
take relative to, 24, 288. See Betesworth. 

Bettesworth, Sir Peter, manor and advowsons 
belonging to, 12, 73 note. 

Beugenet, 17, 120. See Beaugenet. 

Bevan, a corruption of Bevehom, 15, 162. 

Sevan's bridgt, flood at, 12, 3. 

Bevdham (? Bibleham) manor gpranted to 
Sir John de Pelham, 3, 224. 

Beveridge, bishop, bishopric refused by, 9, 
132. Work by him, 188. 

Beverington-Radmell, custom of Borough 
English in, 6, 180. 

Beverley, Algernon, earl of, 3, 128 note. 

Beverley arms in Buxted church, 9, 216. 

^Beverley, John Oxenbridge lecturer at, 12, 
208, 209, 208, 209. 

Beverley, Jos^ M.P. for Winchelsea, 8, 234. 

Beverley, provosts of; John Mansell, the 
largest pluralist on record, 1, 186 note, 
Simon de Wells, 22, 179, 182. 5w Wells. 

Beversham, Sir Wm. and daughter, 17, 89. 

Beveryngton manor, yearly value, 10, 139. 

Bevington, organ in East Giinstead church 
by, 20, 149- 



Bevis, ancient Sussex family of, 4, 35. 

Bevis, John, captor of Richard, king of the 
Romans, at Lewes, 4, 15. 5, 274. 

Bevis and his horse, 16, 258. See Sir Bevis. 

Bevyngden lands, yearly value of, lO, 133. 

Bevynghame manor, yearly value, 10, 136. 

Bewbushe park, 10, 127. 

Bewbushe and Shelley park, deer in, 13, 125. 
Keeper and his emoluments, 126. 

Bewle, the, described by Lambarde, 16, 272. 

Bewterer, Henry, vicar, Boxgrove, his dispute 
with the prior, 15, lOi, 102. 

Bexhill hundred, 6, 57. Valuation (1649) 

58. Liberty of the slukre, 59. 65. Local 

particulars, 65, 66. Bexhill, and Bexhill 

little common, church bells, 16, 176. 194. 

200. Churches, 19, 6, 7. 

Bexhill, Bexlei, Bixle ; church statistics, 4, 
266. Long lived inhabitants, 278 note. 
Borough English in the manor, 6, 178. 
Notice in Domesday, lO, 64. Yearly value 
(141 1) 144. Treasonable correspondents at, 
79. Deadly affray with smugglers, 92. 
Incumbent's arms quota, 11, 226. Prebend 
and park, 13, 135. Valuation, temp. Hen. 
VIII, 176. Grant by Q. Eliz. 14, 99. The 
Weekeses, 116 note. Bartholomew Jefferay 
at, 219, 220. Nameless stream, 15, 157. 
Non-resident cinque port barons, 17, 68. 
Owners in Norman and pre-Norman times, 
19, 22. Presentations to the living, 107. 
21,46. Entry under "Bexle" in the nonae 
return, 19, 16. Lands purchased by ''Dog 
Smith's " trustees, 22, 42. Trader's token, 
24, 125. See 17, 170. 19, 23, 24. 

Bexhill, Hove, and Barnehame, parliamentary 
survey of, 23, 221. 274-276. See 274 
note. Tradesman's token, 24, 125. 

Bexley (or Beckley) and Pease marsh, parlia- 
mentary survey of, 23, 221. 277-280. 

Bexley, Obadiah, of Waldron, rent paid and 
land held by the heirs of, 24, 250. 254. 

Bexley, Richard, brother, and subsequently 
abbot, of Bayham, 9, 165. 168. 169. 179. 

Bexwyx, Henry and Johanne, their reason for 
founding a school at Manchester, 9, 206. 

Beynham, William, assignment to, 25, 41. 

Bianco, Andrea, Sussex ports marked in the 
chart of (1436), 20, 224, 225. 

Bibeheres, lady, vill held in dower, 10, 116. 

Bible, anecdotes proving the high pecuniary 
value anciently set on the, 1, 180 note. 

Bibleham (Byvytham) in Mayfield, and the 
iron trade, 15, 151. Furnace, 18, 16. 
Why excluded from Mayfield subsidy lists, 
21, 2. 3. One of the " quarters " of May- 
field, 9. Subsidy rolls, 14. 

Bickerstaffe, C, justice, 20, 100. 

Bickley bushes, summer camp of the Roman 
legion at, 22, 65. 

Bickley {not Bichley) Thomas, bishop of 



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Chichester, a poor outlook for, on coming 
to his see, 10» 58. 
Bicores, John Gough Nichols, F.S.A, on the, 

18, 32 note. 

Bidding prayer and king's titles, 25, 170. 202. 

Biddulph, R. and C, Charlton hunt, 15, 80. 

Biddulph family, holders of Brambletye 
manor, 20, 138. Transmission of the 
ancient seat of the Gorings to the, 24, 4. 

** Biden days," meaning of, 9, 252 note. 

Bidllngton manor, custom of Borough Eng- 
lish in, 6, 178. Gift to Sele of land in, 10, 
1 14. 117. Inquiry in the cemetery leading 
to a solemn covenant in the church, 123, 
124. Former hospital, and its probable 
founder, 124. Common fine charged on 
the tything, 23, 237. 

Bidby, T, incumbent, Poynings, 15, 31. 

Bigamy committed by a priest, 3, 47. 

Bigg, Thomas, outlawed of treason, 18, 36. 

Bigndl, R,fdon, 18, 104. 

Bignor, villa and Roman remains at, 2, 74. 
76. 313. 315. Millstone materials, 5, 
269 note. Remarkable Roman gold ring 
found near, 8, 292. Building materials 
used by the Romans at, 11, 135, 136. 143. 
Composition of the vrhite and black tiles in 
the baths, 136. Source of the stone and 
black clay, 136, 137 notes. Age of the 
villa, 146. Bignor hill, 11, 127. 128. 
Section and other features of Roman road 
at, 131, 132. 132 note. 133. A wag's 
interpretation of Bignor prospects, 12, 86, 
87. Publications rdating to Bignor, 18, 99. 
Mr. Honywood's note of a recent visit, 22, 
189-191. See Stane street. See also 16, 
15. 52. 128. 131. 258. 

Bignor cliantry in Arundd church, 12, 85. 
Dedication of Bignor church, 12, 85. Old 
families in the parish, 87. Crown pre- 
sentations, 256. Church bell, 16, 200. 
Institution of a new, and pension to an old 
rector, 17, 192. 

Bignor (Bygnevere) manor, yearly value (141 1) 
10, 131. Deer-stealing pranks of a ptior 
in Bignor park, 11, 112, 113. 12, 85 note. 

Bignor manor, Bilston farm, Binstead manor, 
property of Sir Garrett Kemp, sequestrated, 

19, 119. 

Bigod, or Bigotb, Hugh, 9, 149. Gift by his 

widow to Otteham priory, 150. 
Bigod, Roger, earl of Norfolk, 2, 36. 
fiilcujfe, Goody, 12, 56. 
Bilfrith, Sax>n reduse, famous symbolic art 

designs ascribed to, 12, 132. 
Bill, Henry, of Rdgate, his wife, burial place, 

&c, 10, 32 noU. 25, 170. 201. 
Bill, John, king's printer, 7, 127. Pedigree 

of his family, 137. 
Billet, John, burial direction of, 12, 78. 
Billinghurst^ George, trade token, 24, 131. 



Billingsgate, attack of the Danes on, 4, 80. 

Billingsgate and Belinus, 11, 145. 

Billingshurst, nona return, 1, 64. Cdt found 
at, 9, 116. 118. Calceto and Tortington 
priory possessions in, 11, 98, 99. 105. no. 
Roman road, coins found, station, &c, 139. 
143* 145- 14^- Trader's token, 175. 16, 
310. 24, 125. Dedication of the church, 
12, 85. Churdi bells, 16, 194. 200. Stream, 
248. Crown presentation, 21, 46. Chief 
freeholder (1734) and his present representa- 
tive, 23, 75. Monumental brass, 138. Fatal 
acddent in repairing the spire, 24, 144. 

Billingshurst, J. de, 11, 97. J. la Fre of, loi. 

Bilsham chapd, condition of, 12, 104. 

Bilsham manor, grantee of, 12, 92 note. 

Bilsington priory, a would be grantee of, 7, 
223 fvole. Boxgrove revenues from Bilsing- 
ton, 15, 97. 99. Valuations, 119. 120. 

Bilson, Thomas, bishop, called on to defend 
his property from sdzure, 8, 93. 

Bine, Magnus, quaker book against, 16, 73. 

Bine, Stephen, 25, 167. 179. 180. 184. 187. 
194. Sealed bag of money delivered to 
him, 169. Family tombs at Newtimber, 
201. See Byne. 

Bine's bridge, Bine farm, family commemo- 
rated by, 10, 118. 

Bingham, Rev. C. W, preservation of the 
Horsted Keynes eflSgy by, 1, 130, 131. 

Bingham, Eliz. E, killed in a thunderstorm 
(1863) mortuary inscription, 20, 88. 

Bingham, Richard, justice, K.B, 1834. 

Bingham, William and Henry, tra^de tokens, 
11, 176. 24, 193. 

Bingley, collection for inhabitants, 22, 92. 

Binstead, assize rents and advowson possessed 
by Tortington priory, 11, no. Dedication 
of the church, 12, 85. Crown presentation, 
256. Church bells, 16, 200. Architectural 
features of the church, mural paintings 
therein, &c, 20, 233, 234. 22, 135. 

Biohchandoune hill, 8, 177. 184. Identical 
vrith Buncton, 185. Mr Thorpe on the 
locality of, 21, 222. See Buncton. 

Birchden, furnace at, 18, 16. 

Birch lane. Birches, Chiddingly, 14, 236, 217. 

Birche, Robert de, juryman on templars' 
property, 9. 242. John, Rye baron, 17, 125. 

Birchington, Stephen de, biographical notices 
by, 2, 226, 227. 229. 

Bird, Rev. Mr, 25, 175. 

Birdbridge tything, common fine on, 23, 227. 

Birdham (Bridham) manor, yearly value 
(141 1) 10, 135. Inn sign, 187. 

Birdham, owners of the patronage of, 11, no. 
Dedication of the chnrch, 12, 59. Same 
given to Boxgrove, 15, 89. 91. 95. Valua- 
tion. 119, Church bells, 16, 142.144, 180. 
200. Common fine on the township, 23, 
230. See 18, 87. 



BIB.LING. 



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BLAAUW. 



Birimg gap, eaithworks at, 3, 175. 177. Q^ 
Eliz. at, 5, 191. " To be rammed uppe," 

11, 151- 

Biding maoaoTf custom of Borough English in, 
6, 180. Endleweek rent, 14, 363. ** Soot" 
payable, 24. 220. 

Bkmingfaam, derivation of, 14} 209. 

Bixth3> tax laid on (1697) 3, 132 note, 

Birton church, the living cf East Grinstead 
exchanged for, 20, 146. 

Biset, Maurice, charter witnessed by, 20, 3. 
Bish, Henry, " counceilor'' against the Lewes 

quakers, 16, 103. 108. 109. 119. 
Ksh, Mr. Parson^ arms quota of, 11, 225. 
Bish, Robert, copyholder, Nuttly, extent and 
rental of his lands, 23, 306. 24, 208. 2 13. 
Bishop, Hy, incumbent, Chiddir.gly, 14, 248. 

Bishop, Richard, and wife, land in Lewes 
surrendered by (1600) 13» 27. 

Bishop, William, arms of, 25, 93. Origin 
of the family, ibid note. 

Bishop, ste Bisshopp. Byshop. 

Bishopp, Ffreegift, 14, 246. 

Bishopp hurst tything, common fine on, 23, 
241. Variation of the name, 241 note. 

Bishops doing battle as soldiers, 4, 86, 87. 

BiSHOPSTON Church, William Figg, F.S.A, 
on. Ante-Norman features, 2, 273. Site 
of village and church, 276. Dimensions, 
peculiarities of the tower, &c, 277. Anglo- 
Saxon portions, 278. Saxon sun-dial over 
the porch, 279. Slab in the church and 
devices thereon, 279-283. Ecclesiastical 
taxation, nonae returns, &c, 283, 284. The 
dial over the porch figured and described, 
8,322. Crown presentation, 12, 257. Bells, 
16, 194. 200. 

Bishopston hill, proposed defence of, 11, 151. 

Bishopston manor, 3» 54* A tenement at 
Lewes in, 13» 27. 

Bishopston prebend, payment from Denton to, 
9,96. 

Bishopstone house, 11, 220. Hundred, 228. 

Bishopstone, inn sign at, 3, 230. 10, 187. 
Tide-mill, 5, 276. Edward II. at, 6, 47* 

Bishop's Waltham visited by Edward the sixth, 
10, 198. 

Bisis, English and French equivalents of, 3. 
41 note. 

Bissd, or Bisset, Dametta de, monumental 
brass, 23, 173. 

Bissepeston, Alicia de, prioress, Rusper, 9, 249. 

Bisshopp, or Bishopp, Sir Cecil, bait, of Par- 
ham, Bt 26. At Charlton hunt, 15, 79. 
Elected M.P. for Sussex (1734) 23, 73-81. 
His daughter, 23, 69. See IS, 100. no. 

Bisshopp, Sir Edward, royalbt, 5, 36. Leads 
the royalist attack on Arundel, 57. Courtesy 
shown to his besiegred wife, 62. Offers 
himself as a hostage, 63. His election 
Toidedf loi. HimseU and his starved lady 



at Anindd, 9, 53. Hb swan mark* 17» 
216. Cause of CromwelPs confiscation of 
his estate, 25 note, 
Bisshop, Peter, mayor, Chichester, 24, 66, n. 
Bisshopp, Sir Thomas, Parham sold to, 4, 
227 Tiote, 25, 1. 18. Boroughs repre- 
sented by him, &c, i note. See 17» 82. 
Bisshopp portraits, at Parham, 25, 13. 
Bisshopp and Hull families, 12) 86 Jiote, 
Bisshop, William, Ijind leased to, 9, 236. 
Biterlee, Ricliard, yearly value of lands held 

by (1411)10, 134. 
Bidesden abbey, Bucks, founder of, 11, 81 n. 
Bitome's dee; probable explanation of the 
object ; " a bitome's clee hameysid" in the 
list of ** goodes,*' &c, taken from Jack Cade, 
20, 226. 
Bix, Thomas, mayor of Fordwicb, why given 

into custody, 23, 91. 
Bixle, see Bexhill. 

Blaauw, Mrs, engravings from drawings by, 

6, 157. 9, 297. 10, 160. 12, 265. 

Drawings exhibited at Chichester by, 8, 324. 

Blaaow, William HBNRY,M.A,F.S.A,Pajper« 

by: — 

On Sussex Archaeology, 1, 1-13. 

On the Translation of Saint Lewinna 

from Seaford, 1, 46-54. 
On the Nonae of 1340 as relating to 

Sussex, 1, 58-64. 
On the Will of Richard de la Wych, 
Bishop of Chichester, commonly called 
Saint Richard, 1, 164-192. 
On the early history of Lewes Priory and 
its Seals, with extracts from a MS. 
Chronicle, 2, 7-37. 
On Letters of Edward, Prince of Wales, 

written in Sussex in 1305, 2, 80-98. 
On Royal Journeys in Sussex, 2, 132-160. 
On the Subsidy roll of the Rape of Lewes 

(1296) 2, 288-306. 
On Documents relating to Knepp Castle, 

3, 1-12. 
On Privy Council orders, temp, Jas. I, 

on the supply of com, 3, 26-28. 
On Letters to Ralph de Neville, Bishop 

of Chichester, 3, 35-76. 
On the Cluniac Priory of St. Pancras, 
Lewes, its Priors and Monks, 3, 185-2 10 
On Streat Place, the andent mansion of. 

the Dobells, 4, 93-100. 
On the Vessels of the Cinque Ports and 

thdr employment, 4, 101-124. 
On the Apsley Manuscripts of the 17th 

Century, 4, 219-230. 
Passages of the Civil War in Sussex, 5» 

29-104. 
On a Subsidy collected from the Sussex 

dergy in 3 Richard IL, 5, 229-243. 
On the Visit of Edward U. to Battle and 
other parts cf Sussex (1324) 6, 41-53. 



BLAAUW. 



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BLACKTOFT, 



Blaauw, W. H, continued : 

Warenniazia: ancient letters and notices 
relating to the earls de Warenne. 
Partly from original MSS, 6^ 107-128. 

On Inquests concerning the rebels of 
Sussex after the Barons' War. From 
original MSS, 6, 315-222. 

On the Effigy of Sir David Owen in 
Easeboume church, near Midhurst, 
with his will and codicil, 7» 22-43. 

On the Ornamental brickwork of a tower 
at Laughton Place, 7» 64-72. 

On the Taxpayers of the Borough of 
Arundel, with Extracts from the Sub- 
sidy Roll of 1296, and other MSS, 7» 
158-167. 

On Sussex Monasteries at the time of 
their suppression, 7f 217-228. 

On Dureforid Abbey, its fortunes and mis- 
fortunes; with particulars of the Pre- 
monstratensian order in England, 8, 
41-96. 

On Buncton. The g^nt of part of a 
wood in Cealtborgsteal, by Ealdwulf, 
Heretoga of the South Saxons, &c, 8, 
177-188. 

Extracts translated from the ** Iter Sussex- 
iense" of Dr. J. Burton, 8, 250-265. 

On Episcopal visitations of the Benedictine 
nunnery of Easeboume, 9f 1-32. 

On the injunctions given to the Prior and 
Convent of Boxgrave, 9, 61-66. 

On Sadelescombe and Shipley, Precep' 
tories of the Knights-templars in Sussex, 
9, 227-274. 

On Wakehurst, Slaugham, and Grave- 
tye, 10, 151-167. 

On the Defence of Sussex and the South 
coast of England from invasion, con- 
sidered by Queen Elizabeth's Privy 
Councillors, 1596, 11, 147-170. 

On Royal Licenses to fortify towns and 
houses in Sussex, 13, 104-117. 

Minor CommunicationSf h{fomuUionfur» 
nishedf &c: The Keynes family of 
Horsted Keynes, 1, 32. Suggested 
meaning of ** Laticome," 6, 40. Tower 
record extracts relative to Michelham, 
135 note, . Indenture relative to same 
subject found by Mr. B, 145. On the 
Roman inscribed stone found at Chi- 
chester, 7f 62, 63, notes. On the frauds 
of the Seaford bakers, 100 Tiote, On 
the Guldeford family, 230. On the 
sale in 1768 of the Halland tapestry, 
pictures, &c, 232. On the Dunstal 
family, 8, 270. Suggestion relative to 
the Oia Fanitas anecdote, 11, 222. On 
the '' mulne saisede for a castel" in 
the Barons' war, 13, 6. On Slaugham 
staircase, 27. Error of Horsfidd re- ' 



Blaauw, W. H, continued : 

futed, 14, 64. Loan and gift to Lewes 
Castle museum, 18, 63. 69. On the 
supposed site of Beddingham monastery, 
21, 27-29. See 2, 169. 177 note. 315. 
3, 217 note. 4, 37 note. 127. 172. St 
123. 152. 205. 248. 273 note. 275. 9, 
163. 180. 278 note. 309. 310. 360 note. 
14, 137. 266. 17, S3. 19, 91, 118. 
201. 24, 6. 63 note. 
Death of Mr. Blaauw, memoir, &c, see 
report prefixed to vol. 22. 

Blachington, Robert de, benefactor to Michel- 
ham priory, 6, 134. See Blatchingtoa, 
Bletchington, East Blatchington. 

Black, William Henry. F.S.A, Roman stadia 
traced by 17, 141. 

Black boy, an inn sign, and the name of a 
hamlet, 10, 188. 

Blackbrook rivulet, rise of the, 15, i6a. 

Black canons, see Augustines. 

Blackdown common, stream rising at, 16, 
256. Blackdown and its former associa- 
tions, 23, 215. 

Blacker, Henry, Sussex giant, 18, 109. 

Blacket, John, furnace held by, 3, 245. 

Blackett, Mr. R. Jones, 24, 160 note. 

Black eye, a herbal cure for, 10, 20 note, 

Blackfan, John, constable, Steyning, liberty- 
accorded to the quakers by, 16, 73. 

Blackhousefarm, Maresfidd, moated meadow 
on, 14, 170. 

Blackiston, Mr, royaUsts' estates to be sold by, 
19, no. 

Black lion, sign and street, Brighton, 10, 188. 

Blackman, Mr, and his mare '* Slouching* 
Sally," 11, 210. 

Blackman, Simonds, why twice married . to 
the same wife, 11, 216. 

Blackman, Sir Henry, house and property of, 
at Lewes, 11, 178. 13, 33. 

Black monks (Benedictines) disposal of a 
Michelham prior's complaint by the, 6, 144. 

Blackmore, Raymond, arms of, 25, 93. 

Black Nottley, birth place and last home of 
John Ray, 10, 13. 22. 32. $3. 

Blackstocke, in Hellingly, part of Roberts- 
bridge abbey possessions, 8, 156. See 
Blakestocke. 

Blackstone, Judge, on Borough English, 6, 
166. 174. On the creation of sewers com- 
missions, 10, 95. On the division of the 
country into parishes, hundreds, &c, 15, 5. 
On the revival of fines for knighthoods, 
16, 45. On the punishment of pressing to 
death, 19, 121, 122. On manors, honours, 
lordships, &c, 21, 115. 118. 120. On 
queen Eli2abeth*s poor law, 23. 87. 

Blackestone, William, incumbent, Chiddingly 
(1692) 14, 248. 

Blacktoft, collection at Maresfield for, 21, 217. 



BLACKWELL. 



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BLETCHINGTON. 



Blackwelly M, famace held by, 3* 243. 245. 

Blackwdl, East Grinstead, stream, 16| 271. 

Blackwood, Christopher, his protest against 
an act of religious persecution at Rye, 13, 
60. Cause of his self-expatriation, 62. 

Blackyndon, Matthew, sacrist, Michelham 
priory, 6, 148. 

Blagden, Mr, Petworth, Romano-British 
copper axes possessed by, 11, 145. 

Blagden, R, curate. South Bersted, 24, 176. 

Blagrave, Daniel, M.P, 19, 113. 

Blake, E, M.P. for Shoreham, 5, 104. 

Blake, J. Carter, 18, 166. 167. On animal 
remains found at Newhaven, 169. 

Blake, W, ballads illustrated by, 18, 89. 

Blake, William, oneof "Dog" Smith's Sussex 
trustees, 22, 37. 

Blakeboume, or Blackburn, Simon, pecuniary 
demands made for Hen. IV. by, 8, 160. 

Blakefield in Balecombe, property of the tem- 
plars at, 9, 239. 

Blakehurst, 11, no. 18, 99. 

Blakeney, Gen. Diarist Turner on the loss* of 
Minorca by, 11, 189. 

Blaker family, origin of the, a defaulting 
member, 10, 109 note, 

Blaker, Christian, bequests of cassocks, pewter 
dishes and " brasse pottes'' by, 3, 114. 
Abstract of her will (1578) 19, 200, 201. 

Blakeri Edw, subsidy compir, 15, 71. 

Blaker, Edw, chwden, Kingston, 16, 165. 

Blaker, Edward, his descendants and their 
residence, 19, 201. 

Blaker, John, care taken of Lewes pdory 
ruins by, 7, 157. 

Blaker, Reginald, on a discovery at Lewes 
priory, 23, 3«5-327- 

Blakestocke wood, quit claimer by the abbot of 
Bayham of, 9, 157. See Blackstocke. 

Blakhame manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 143. 

Blandford, marquis of, effect of an act of par- 
liament introduced by, 12, 107 Tiote. 

Blanch of the Tower, dHg^of, 1, 128. 

Blanchard, or Blancard, Robert, first abbot of 
Battel, 17, 3, 4. Cause of his death, 44. 

Blanche, Geoffry de, prebend of, 13, 137. 

Blanche, princess, daughter of Henry IV, her 
escort into Germany, 9, 292. 

** Blanchmaines,*^ see Bellemont. 

** Blanche Nef," sufferers by the wreck of the, 
4,42. 

Blast, John, tetnp. Henry IV, 24, 302 note. 

Blast, William, brass, 23, 152. 24, 302. 

Blatchington, Blaching^ton, Blachyngton ; 
nonse return, 1, 61, 62. Case of suicide, 
4, 258. Yearly value of manor, lands, 
&c.(i4ii and 1649) 10, 139. 141: 19, 
207, 208. Roman station opened (1818) 
12, 120. Endleweek rent, 14, 264. Roman 
remains, 16, 255. Rent payable 24, 220. 
See Bletchington, East Blatchington, 



Blatchington church — desecrated, views of its 
remains, &c, 8, 3. 4. 13 : 12, 1 19. A non- 
juring rector, 11, 41. Urns or vases found 
within the church tower, 15, 242 : 21, 203. 
Church bells, 16, 200. Crown presenta- 
tion to the living, 21, 46. Inscribied brass 
to the Scrasces (at Preston) 23, 174. See 
Scrase. 
Blazon, two French authors on the historical 

importance of, 24, 7. 
Blechlinden, or Blechenden farm, 9, 151. Its 

site, 151 note. 
Bleeding, see Bloodletting. 
Blbncowb, Robert Willis, Papers by : — 
Journal and Account book of Rev. Giles 
Moore (1655-79) edited and annotated 
by, 1, 05-127. 
On Southdown Shepherds and their 

sheep shearing song^, 2, 247-256. 
On the Journal and account-book of 

Timothy Burrell, 3, 1 17-172. 
Extracts from East Sussex Parish Regis- 
ters and Parochial Documents, 4, 
243-290. 
Extracts from the Journal of Walter Gale, 
schoolmaster, Mayfield, 1750, 9, 182- 
207. 
Extracts from Manuscripts in possession 
of W. J. Campion, Esq, Danny, and 
Sir T. M. WUson, Bart, Charlton 
House, 10, 1-52. 
On Paxhill and its neighbourhood ; with 
extracts from the manuscripts of the 
Wilson family, 11, 1-49. 
Extracts from the Diary of a Sussex 
Tradesman a hundred years ago, 11, 
179-220. 
Extracts from the memoirs of the Gale 

family, 12, 45-60. 
On Roman remains at Hurstpierpoint 

and Danny, 14, 1 76-181. 
Mifior Commumeations : On the Blunt 
family, 13,311, 31 2. On the paucity 
of high roads in Sussex in i73iy 16, 
305-307. See 9, loi note. 14, 60. 63. 
1 21 note, 137. 149. 17, 90 note, 
19, 153. 156. 23, 36. 24, 99. 102. 
** Blessing upon Sunday," fatal accident with 

a ship so named, 14, 202. 
Bletchingly, Surrey, 11, 16. 82. 14, 209. 
Bletchington manor, custom of Borough 

English in, 6, 180. 
Bletchington living, yearly value in 1650, 10, 

23 note, 
Bletchington [East Blatchington] fortification 
of the hill of, 11, 151. Arms furnished by 
the parson, 227. 
Bletchington [West Blatchington] arms fur- 
nished by the parson, 11, 225. 
Bletchington, 14, 218. Or Betchington ? 
218 note. See Blatchington. 



BLEWBB&&Y. 



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BOCKLONDE. 



Blnrbenr, Bafcs, bcfl fiaaiidii^ feat at, 16, 
163 no/c 

Bkwett, B, panon, arms quota of, 11, 327. 

Bkwct, Thomas, pfcbendaiy of Gates in Clii- 
Chester cafhrriral, 22, 19. 

Bliaooc, one Mr, office rdathc to Sussex 
ordnance, given to, 1, 77. 2, 187. 

Blindness, miracoloos cofe of, 2^ 235. 

Bliss, rev. Dr, matrix of seal exhibited bf , 8, 
331. On Oxford matriculations of Sussex 
men, 9, 363, 364. 

Blockcndon, Master de, (fispnte b e tw ee n the 
abbot of Bcgham and, 9, 173. 

Blodwith, nudncUk, &£, 9, 328. Ptobable 
meaning, 229. 

Bloet, Roeland or Rcnland, king John's agent 
at Knepp, 3, 2. Orders mnltiffarions sent 
Ij the king to him, 3-5. 7-1 1. Ordered to 
"totaUy destrof** the castle, 22, 19. In- 
dividnals of neirly identical name, li^^ 

Bloet, W, custodian of Bramber castle, 3, lOt. 

Bloctt, Robert, bbhop of Lincoln, 22, 19. 

Blois, H, de, bishop of Winchester, his injunc- 
tion against chaliofs of base metal, 9> 31 1. 

Bknnarjr of iron, 2, 193. Bloma Jerri in 
Domesday book, itid^ nole. 

Blonham, John, episcopal attestation by, 24, 

"3- 

Bloodktting, old- customs relative to, 1, 87 

noie. Days fit and unfit for, temp, Edw. 
rv, 2, 333, 334. Bleeding m the foot, 9, 
303. 23, 65. 

Bios, Matilda, seal of, 5» 305. 

Bios, Stephen de, particulars relative to, 5, 
305. Pass granted to him, 306. 

Blosville, Jordan de, deed witnessed by, 9, 335. 

Blote, Robert, parson of Thakeham, 22, 19. 

Blount, Anne or Alice, was she first or second 
wife of Sir David Owen ? 7, 27 note tu 

Blount, William, park held by, 8, 169. 

Blount's *' Ancient Tenures," illustrative re- 
ferences to, 6, 168. 14, 3 note, 17, 36. 
22, 300. 24, 1 18 noU, 336. 

Blowere, Robert, incumbent of East Grin- 
stead, 20, 147. 

Bloxam, Matthew Holbeche, F.S^, on 
churches visited by the Society, Aug. 1863, 
16, 333-243* On St. Botolph*s, 354. See 
Becding. Bramber. Shoieham. Steyning. 
Merit of his "Principles of Gothic archi- 
tecture," 8» 346. On domtts mclusi,12t 123. 
On buildings wrongly called castles, 17, 
189. On sepulchral vases, 21, 204-206. 

Bloxam, rev. Dr, on Bramber bridge and 
chapel, 22, 233-334. Account of rev. W. 
Haseldine, 23, 301-303. 

Blubill, Thomas de, and others, order to, re- 
lative to a Bayonne ship, 23, 34. 

Bluett, Anne, widow, estate carried to her 
second husband by, 13, I03, 103. 

Bluett, tee Blewett, Bloet 



Blundcll, hftilMI of Bast Gnnstead, exooedmg 

fab duty, 20, 154. EsperancCy monumental 

brass, 23, 13ft. Richard, yeariy value of 

lands of (141 1) lO, I3f». Thomas, extent 

and rental of lamds of, 23, 30Q. 
Bhrndeville, Rannlph de, sixth eari of Chester, 

tripartite disposal of the remains of, 21, 305. 
Blnndle, Rkfaard, cfanich collection for, 22,92. 
Bhrndif]^, W,an Lofd Goring's death, 19, loi. 
Blunt family, devohition of the Crabbett 

estate upon the, 12, 59 note. 60. Their 

mansion, probable origin of the family 

name, &c, 21, 30i. 
Blunt, Sir Ridiard, 11, 157. 
Bhmt, Samuel, trade token, 24, 130. 
Bhmt, Scawcn, and Copthome horn, 14, 63. 
Blunt, Thos, cup given to Lewes by, 21, 107. 
Blunts and Scawois, explanatory note on their 

marriages, Ac, 13, 311, 313. 
Boaden's life of Bfrs. Siddons, East Grinsfcead 

play bill (1758) printed in, 12, 266, 267. 
Boadlcs (old) house Hastings, 14, iiot. 
Board arms and Boar's head, inn signs, origin 

of the, 10, 187. 188. 
Board (or Boord) Hill, origin of the name, 6, 

200. Board lands, 6, 176 note. 
Board, John, of PockshUl, arms of, 24, 93. 
Board, Mr, of lindfield, 24, 187. 
Board, Mistress, pays for two graves, 19, 47. 
Board family mansion, Paxhill, 11, i. 
Board. Scr Boord, Borde. 
Boare fomily. See Bore. 
Boars, in British and Saxon times, 4, 68. 83. 

English dty deriving its name from, 83. 
Boarsdl, in Ticehurst, moated house at, 25, 

159 note. See Borcselle, Barzdl. 
Boats, ancient British, found at North Stoke, 

Northiam, and other places in Sussex, 1, 6. 

10, 148. 12, 261. 14, 37. 25, 215. 

See Canoe. 
Bobe, Warin and Simon le, gift deeds wit^ 

nessed by, 11, 97. 
Boby, John, proof of age by, 12, 27. 
Boc, William, son of, ship load of wine given 

up to, 23, 25. 
Bocherville, St. George de, priory diaiter dated 

from the churdi of, 10, 100. 
Bocham, Battel abbey lands in, 17, 9. 
Bochard, Oboius, presentation, 17, 106. 
Bochstepe, kodie Bucksteep, 15, 157. 
Bockholt, Boxhok, or Buckholt, lords of the 

manor of, 19, 21, 22-34. 
Bockholte, Thomas de, 19, 24. See Bokholte. 
Bocking, Ralph, friend and biographer of 

Saint Richard, 1, 165. His account of the 

Saint's life, 166, 168, 169, 173, 174, 176, 

177, 182, note. On Uie carters of his day, 

178 note. See 2, 139. 
Bocking, Robert Wake, dean of, 9, 3 20. 
Bocklonde, Walter, royalist composition paid 

by, 19, 94. 



BODE. 



[4r] 



BOHUN. 



Bode, John, jun, and W. Pyke, wardens of the 
kyng ale at Steyning, accounts rendered 
by, 8, 135- 

Bodeham, or Bodiam, Osbem de, see Fitz 
Hugh, Osbern. 

Bodehurst, Battle abbey lands in, 17» 8, 6. 

Boderham [ ? Bodiam] vicar's arms quota 
(1612) 11, 226. ' 

Bodiam and its Lords, by M. A. Lower, M.A, 
F.S.A, 9, 275-302. Domesday description 
and valuation : name assumed by its pos- 
sessors, 275. Parts of the domain given 
to Battel abbey, 276, 277. Approximate 
pedigree of the de Bodiams, 277. Family 
history ; Widow Margaret and her troubles, 
178, 279. William, a probable benefactor 
to Robertsbridge, 279. Base usage of his 
tombstone, 280. Fragment (heraldically 
marked) of brass to another of the family, 
281. Passage of the property to the War- 
deuxs: their pedigree, family history, &c, 
282-285. Builder of the church, its site, 
style, &c, 285. The Grove and Weth.erden 
brasses, 286. Accession of the Dalyngruges, 
their pedigree, family history, &c, 286-292. 
The Lewknors : capture of the castle, 
temp, Ric. IIL and restoration, temp. Hen. 
VIII, 293. Its fate in the Commonwealth 
wars, 294. Later possessors and present 
condition (1856) of the castle, 295. Bo- 
diam Bridge and the Bother, 296. Site 
of the castle ; the moat and its surround- 
ings, 297. liescription and picturesque cha- 
racter of the remains, 297-302. 

Bodiham, Bodeam, Bodiham, Bodyham, 
origin of the family of, 10, 64. Mention 
in Domesday, 65. Osbem lord of Bodiham, 
65, 66. Arms borne by branches c^ the 
family, 66. Yearly value of the manor 
(141 1) 142. Boat found in the vicinity, 148. 
Source of the castle moat, 15, 152. Battle 
abbey lands in Bodiam, 17i 30. Works 
on or relating to the castle, 17, 171. See 1, 
8. 3, 220 note. 235. 8, 172. 24, 197 
Tiote. See Dalyngruge. 

Bodiam castle and the red cross, 11, 228. 

Bodiam, or Bodyham, license to fortify manse 
of, 13, 114. Ptebend endowed with the 
chapel and tithes of, 137. 143. 

Bodiham parish (1649) valuation of, 6, 59. 
Church bells, 16, 166. 194. 200. Monu- 
mental brasses in the church, 23, 138. Bod- 
iam, Bodyham, and associated parishes, pre- 
bend, crown presentations, &c, 21,46, 56, 58. 

Bodiham, William, de, Sussex crusader, arms 
borne by, 9, 365. See Bodyam. 

Bodill, Bodell, John and Thomas, bequests to 
Waldron church by, 13, 87. 

Bodle, John, schoolmaster, 23, 48. 

Bodle, Thomas and Edward, assistant war- 
dens, SackviUe College, 20, 166. 



Bodle, Thomas, trade token, 24, 128. Tene- 
ments in Hailsham held by one of the 
name, 226. 252. 263. See 25, 171. 

Bodle street and Bodle street green, 9, 151 
note. 25, 142 note, Brobable derivation of 
the name, 22, 118. 

Bodleian library, Grimm's drawingfs relating 
to Sussex in the, 3, 232-238. 5, 250. Sus- 
sex priory seal bequeathed to the, 11, 108. 
Sussex nunnery referred to in its MSS, 117. 

Bodly, Capt. Christopher, ** discoveries " by, 
23, 277. 294. 25, 61. 

Body, Sir Robert, clerk, condition of seven 
years' annuity granted to, 8, 217. 

Bodyam, Wm. de, at Acre, 21, 88. Variation 
in the family arms, ilnd, 

Boet, R, archer to Richard de I'Aigle, 11, 62. 
See BowetL 

Bogheir, Thomas le, Midhurst, 20, 10. 

Bognor, modem growth of, 11, 182. Dedi- 
cation of the chapel, 12, 68 note. Ancient 
name, 76, 77, Tiotes, The chapel bell, 16, 
231. Nameless river falling into the sea, 
260. Publications relating to, 18, 87. 
<* Bognor's fearful rocks," 139. 140 note. 
Foundation of a bathing place, 24, 177. 
The manor, 25, 112. Its etymology, 113. 
Abortive attempt to change its name, 115. 
Early ecclesiastical history, 119. Clerical 
cost incurred and chapel buUt by Sir R. 
Hotham, 120. Opposition to his project, 
121. St. John's chapel and its builder, ibid. 
See South Bersted. 

Bohemia, near Hastings, medieval pottery 
found at, 11, 229. Figure of one curious 
fragment, 230. 

Bohemia, queen of, portrait, 25, 15. 

Bohun, the esquire of, transfer testified to by, 
9, 258. 

Bohun, Engilgerius de, Midhurst, 20, i. 
Grant to the church by him, 6. 

Bohun, Franco de, manors and lands granted 
by Richard I. to, 20, i, 2. Widow left by 
him, 4. See 6. 

Bohun, Geldewin de, confirmation by the King 
of an agreement made by, 20, 2, 3. 

Bohun, Sir Henry, his helmet, 25, 8. 

Bohun, Humphrey de, festivities on the mar- 
riage of the king's daughter to, 6, 120. 

Bohun, Humphrey de, will of, 20, 12-14. 

Bohun, James de, succeeds to the family 
estates, 20, 11. 

Bohun (Boun) John, rights sold for a rose 
annually by, 8» 64. 

Bohun, John de, and his descendants, founder 
of and benefactors to Easeboume nunnery, 
9, 2-4. Ultimate heiress of the family, 28. 
Probable figure of John on the priory seal, 
32. Manors held by, their yearly value, 
&C, 10, 136. The Bohuns of Cowdray, 202. 
Confirmation of charters to John de Bohun, 



BOHUN. 



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BOLNEY. 



20, 3. Extent taken on the death of 
another John, 4. Grant made by him and 
his wife to bishop Beck, 5. Complaint 
agadnst his heir by the bishop, 6. Acdon 
brought by a John de Bohun against 
Edmund earl of Arandel, 9. John de 
Bohun licensed (in 1333) to grant land to 
the Prioress of Easebourne, 10. Death of 
a John issueless, 11. John de Bohun, 
afterwards lord Bohun, a Cressy hero, and 
his son (a troublesome person) 20, 11, 12. 

Bohun, Sir John, nunnery founded by, 7, 22. 
28. Date of his death, his bequest to his 
eldest daughter, 4 2 note. Manor held by his 
wife Cecilia, 173 note. Sir John, son of Hum- 
phrey, last male of the line, 20, 14. Descent 
of his property to his son-in-law, 21. His 
dispute with the prioress of Easebourne, 25. 

Bohun (Boun) Lady Joan de, 20, 7 7iote. 

Bohun, Mary, heiress of the Bohuns, and wife 
of Sir D. Owen, 7, 22. 28. Proof that she 
was Sir David's first wife, 3^ note. Estate 
bequeathed to her by her father, 42 note, 

Bohun, Ralph de, 20, 2, 3. 

Bohun, Savaricus de, grant of Sussex estates 
to, 5, 177. Last of the family, 178. Tenant 
of Arundel honour, 1 5, 94. Castle probably 
built by him, 20, 178. See 20, 1-3. 

Bohun, Ursula, w^e of Sir R. Southwell, 
estate bequeathed to, 7, 42 note. 

Bohun, W. de, earl of Northampton, 17, 146. 

Bohun family, incidental notices of the, 12, 
32. 32 note, 33. 35 note. Their castle, 74. 
Hunting seat and manor, 265. Pedigree, 
20, 22, 23. 

Bohune, John, vicar of Glynde (1558) 20, 
75. Register book opened by him, 82, 83. 
How same was kept by him, 24, loi. 

Boileau on diners rechauffSSf 2, 149. 

Bois, Emald de, abbey founded by, 11, 81 n, 

Bois-Emald, or Bosco, family name derived 
from 11, 81 note. Other names with the 
same prefix, iHd, 

Boissier, Rev. G. R, deeds relative to Roberts- 
bridge abbey, found by, 8, 141. 

Bokhagh, Richard, proof of age by, 12, 30. 

Bokherst, Bokholt, Bokstede, and Bokstepe, 
manors, &c, yearly value (141 1) 10, 141. 
142. 144. 145. 

Bokholte, John, proof of age by, 12, 42. 

Bokholte, Robert at, derivation of name of, 
14, 212. See Bockholt 

Bokkyng, modem form of, disappearance of 
the locality indicated, 8, 273, 274. 

Bold or Bole family, 15, 125. 135, John at 
Agincourt, 135. Mark, of Chichester, 1 73. 

Bole, S. le, ship's constable, Hastings, 14, 70. 

Bolebroke manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 
142. How acquired by the Dalingruges, 
12, 25 note. Enfeoffed by John Dalyn- 
gniggc, 230. 



Bolebrook stream, 16, 271. 

Bolewardesheth, crown presentations, 21, 56. 

Boleyn, Ann. See Ann Boleyn. 

Boleyn, Thomas (1442) 5, 254. 

Boleyn, Thomas, and colleague, management 
of Easebourne nunnery committed to, 9, 8. 
Result, 13. Boleyn pedigree, 12, loi. 

Bollan, Frances, nee Shirley, her death in 
childbirth, 19, 67. 

BoUe, Thomas, licensed anchorite, 12, 121. 
See Anchorites. 

Bolnerina, Walt de, dean of Chichester, 19, 26. 

BoLNBY, Extracts from Churchwardens' 
Accounts and other matters belonging 
to the Parish of, temp. Hen. VIIl, by Rev. 
Joseph Dale, 6, 244-252. Discovery and 
condition of the manuscript, 244. Holy- 
bread payments, houses charg^ed with the 
clerk's wages, &c, 244, 245. Proceeds of 
sale of " chcrche goods," 245, 246. Ac- 
count for building the steeple, 246. Hog^el 
and miscellaneous receipts and payments, 
247-250. Register entries, civil marriages 
during the Commonwealth, 251. Succes- 
sive incumbents, 252. 

BoLNBY Church, Notice of the Sooth Door- 
way of, by the Rev Joseph Dale, 10, 59-62. 
Discovery of a concealed arch over the door, 
59. View of the same, character of a for- 
mer porch, 60. Portions of presumed Saxon 
work, ugly chancel arch substituted for an 
older one, 61 Change for the worse in the 
font : new one given by Mrs Marshall, the 
Tudor tower, &c, 62. 

Bolney, bequest to the light of our Lady at, 
2, 103. Old mansion of the Bolnes, &c, 
116 note. Great yew tree on the church wall , 
125. Character of the ironstone, sites of 
iron mills, &c, 207. Subsidy list, 9, 84. 
Land given to the templars, 238. Annual 
value of the living (1650) 10, 23 noU. 
Yearly value of lands (141 1 and 1649) 10, 
140. 19, 207. Inn sign, 10, 191. Part 
of the possessions sold by the Dacres, 11, 
64. Trader's token, 175. 176. 24, 125. 
Vicar's arms quota, 11, 226. Church bells, 
once the only peal of eight in Sussex, 16, 
167 note. Their founders, donors, &c, 168. 
171. 179. 200. 201. Rhymed couplets on 
them, 189. 192. " Time-honoured Bolney," 
251. Sermon, 18, 153. See 25, 173. 175. 
178. 184. 

Bolney, or Bolne, Bartholomew, 2, 162. 163. In 
Cade's rising, 18, 18. His family, monu- 
mental brass, &c, 18, 18 note, 23, 156. 

Bolney, John, curious bequests by, 3, 113. 

Bolney, John, his payment for "blast wayseld," 
6, 244. Bolney, John de, Pierpoint heiress 
married by, 11, 55. Bolney family name 
and arms ; John Bolney's sensational coat, 
25, 1 03. Intermarriages of the family, 1 04. 



BOLSON. 



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BOOTES. 



Bolscm, John, live stock of Dureford abbey 

boug^ht by, 7, 225. 226. 
Bdt, Anglo-Saxon meaning of, 14, 210. 
** Editing Wyches," meaning oif, 9, 11. 
Bolton, duke of, and Charlton hunt, 15, 76. 
Gift by his first duchess, 77. Result of 
Lavinia Fenton's charms, 78. 
Bolton, Richard, prebend held by, 13, 143. 
Bolton, Wm, incumbent, Poynings, 15, 31. 
S. and W. de, presentations, 17, 105. 107. 
Bonaparte, Prince Louis Lucien, 13, 217. See 

Buonaparte. 
Bond, Denis, his instructions respecting 

lord Goring*s estates, 19, 98. 
Bond, Richard atte, at Agincourt, 15, 133. 
Bond, Thomas, on the founder of Torting- 

ton priory, 23, 203-207. 
Bond, Sir William, "Dog" Smith's legacy 

" to the twoe daughters of," 22, 45. 
Bond lands or yard lands, 6, 176. 
Bondmen, definition of, 4, 147. Late instance 

of manumission of, 9, 224. 
Boneface's wife, 25, 184. 
Boneham, Ric. prior of Box grove, 15, 121. 
Boner, Agnes, gift to Battel abbey by, 17, 20. 
Bonet, Sir Robert, Knt, property possessed in 
Steyning by, arms, modem form of the name, 
&C, 11, 61 note. 
Boneth, Hamo, solemn engagement entered 
into by, 10, 124. Gift d^s witnessed by 
Robert Boneth, 115. 116. 
BonewuU, Ralph de, good character of, 3, 49. 
Bonfire for a thanksgiving, 25, 171. 
Boniface of Savoy, abp. of Cant, 1, 176 no to. 
St. Richard's testamentary appeal to him, 
191 TuUe, 192. Vicarage endowed by, 2, 
224. Church founded by, 4, 293. Evidence 
of his residence at Slindon, 19, 126. Fairs 
and markets obtained by, 21, 15. 
Boniface VIII, pope, dispute referred to the 

prior of Lewes by, 9, 249. 
Boniface of Winchelsea, house granted by 

king John to, 23, 29. 
Boniface and Bonny, 25, 103 Tiote. 
Bonner, bishop, the "bloody," mob assault 
upon, 4, 254. A notorious associate of, 11, 
68. Quaint characterization of, 13, 40. 
Bonner, R, incumbent of, and benefactor to 

Maresfield, 14, 159. 163, 164. 
Bonnick, or Bonwick, Richard, quaker, tithe 
seizures on, 16, 68. 73. Family dwelling 
place, 68 note, Quaker meetings at his 
house, 70. 71. His position in life, 73. 
Bonnicks or Bonwykes of Tanners, 13, 98. 
Bonsert, John de, deed witnessed by, 25, 142. 
BoNviLLBS of Halnaker, by W. D. Cooper, 
F.S.A, 15, 57-66. Point cleared up by the 
Poynings pedigree, 57. Arms and inter- 
marriages, ibid. Proofs of John Bonville's 
age (1434) 58. Property allotted to him 
on division of the Poynings estates, 59. 



Descent of his wife, ibid. His wUl, 60-62. 
His widow's will, 63-66. Question as to 
removal of his remains, 66. 

Bonville, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Lord la 
Warr, 15, 103. Her family, 103 note. 

Bonville, Sir W, quaint reconciliation scene 
between a dowager and, 12, 23, 24 notes. 

Bonwickes, arms borne by the, 11, 61 note. 

Bonye, Robert, his dealings with the abbot of 
Dureford, 7, 224. 226. 

Bonyface, Poynings family name, 15, 29. 

Boodle's club, 10, 40 note. 

Bookbinding by a saddler, 1, 126. A caution 
against costly binding, 181 note, 

Booker family, lands held and rents payable 
by, 23, 2S8. 291. 292. 

Booker, Mr, of Steyning, 25, 195. 

Booker, Thomas, churchwarden, Steyning, 
church ale payments gathered by, 8, 140. 

Books, bequest of (13th cent.) 1, 169-175. 
179. 181. List ojF books given to King 
John, 2, 134. High value set on them in 
Anglo-Saxon times, 4, 77. Early printed, 
at Parham, 25, 12. See Bible. 

Boone, Mr (Glynde) arms quota of, 11, 225. 

Boone, William, burial direction of, and be- 
quest by, 12, 78, 79, 

Boorar, George, of Wamham, ancestor of the 
Borrers, 11, 80-82. See Borrer. 

BooRO, BoRDB, or Board, Mbmoranoa relat- 
ing to the Family of, with a Memoir of 
Andrew Borde, M.D, by Mark Antony 
Lower, M.A, F.S.A, 6, 197-214. George 
Boorde's annotations onablackletter volume, 
197. His epigram on women, 198. Manu- 
mission of an Andrew Borde, 199. The 
family's original patronymic, ibid note. Local 
place-name derived from it, 200. The 
famous Andrew : the Boords of Cuckfield 
and lindfield, 200, 201. Last male repre- 
sentatives of the two branches, 201. Pedi- 
gree, 202-3. Education of Andrew Borde, 
204. His vagrant habits : his letter on the 
machinations of foreign powers against 
England, 205. His " Boke of the Introduc- 
tion of Knowledge." Appointed physician 
to Henry VIII, 206. The original ** Merry 
Andrew," 207. Origin of hb " Merry Tales 
of the Wise Men of Gotham," and story 
therefrom, 207-209. Scandals propagated 
against him, 209. Sample of his poetry : 
his medical writings 210, 211. His refer- 
ences to Sussex matters : nightingales and 
St. Leonard's Forest, 212. His death in pri- 
son : Bale's poison allegation, 213. See Borde. 

Boorde, Thomas, Lindfield, 19, 40-41. 

Boorman, J, trade token of, 10, 208. 

Boot or Bote, meaning of, 25, 27 note, 

Bootes, Peter, piratical attack on the ** Three 
Sisters" commanded by, and end of the 
chief assailants, 10, 89, 90. 



BOOTH. 



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BORSTAL. 



Booth, Sir Robert, and Robt. Leigh, dispute 

referred to the arbitration of, 9, 320. 
Booths and Newtons intermarriages of, 9, 

Boothby, William, justice, 20, 100. 

Bopeep, near Hastings, probable origin of the 
name, 15, 156 note. 

Bora, Borard, Bore, Borer, Bourah, Boure, 
Bourer, Boures, Bower, etymological and 
genealogical notices of the families of, 11, 
Sot Si, notet. 5ee Borrer. 

Boraston, Mr, private tutor, 12| 51. 

Boraston, Nathaniel, rector of Twineham, 2, 
115. X18. 132. 126. Gift to the poor, 124. 

Borde, Andrew, on the absence of nightin- 
gales from SL Leonards forest, 13, 223. 
Enfranchised (151 1) by Lord Abergavenny, 
242. 

BoRDB, Andrew, Letters and Will of, by 
W. D. Cooper, F.S.A, 13, 262-269. Suf- 
fragan bishop nominate of Chichester, and 
presbyter of Charter House, 262. 266. Re- 
ligious duties not to his taste, 262. His 
travels and pilgrimages, 262, 263. Refuses 
and then takes the oath of supremacy, 263. 
366. His connection with and letters to 
Thomas Cromwell, 263-268. His " Boke of 
Knowledge,** 262. 263. 264. 267 note. Popu- 
lar child's book ascribed to him, 264. His 
sojourn among the Scots, 267. His auto- 
graph, 268. His will, 268, 269. His bene- 
factor Conyngsby, 269. See Boord. 

Borde, Andrew, on Brighton (" Biyght-Hemp- 
ston") temp. Hen. VIII, 16, 247. On the 
royal touch, 25, 205. 

Borde, or Board, Herbert, parliamentary se- 
questrator, 5, 54. M.P. for Steyning, 102. 

Borde, Richard, doctor, brother of " merry " 
Andrew Borde, 19, 7. 

Borde, Stephen (of Board HUl, Cuckfidd) 
armada contribution, 1,37. 

Borden, Kent, bellfounders at, 16, 167. 170. 

Bordeville, Burdeville, Robert de, gift deeds 
witnessed by, 10, 116. 118. 

Bordwrite, Simon le, proof of age by, 12, 26. 

Bore (a hill) local and family names derived 
from, 8, 274. 

Boreoourt manor, grantee of, 12, 92 note, 

Boreham, 10, 84 note. Inn sign, 187. 
Trader's token, 24, 125. Boreham bridge, 
meeting of waters at, 15, 157. Boreham 
Street, harvest custom at a ^m at, 14, 
1 86- 1 88. Boreham tithes, prebend endowed 
with, 13, 136. 

Boreing*wheel pond, explanation of the term, 
24, 191 note. 

Bordl (Burrell) Gerald, monumental brass, 
23, 152. See Burrell. 

Borer family. See Borrer. 

Boreselle tithes assigned to Hastings prioiy, 
13, 173* See Boarsdl. Borzdl. 



Borlee, Hugh, at Agincomt by proxy, 15, i39. 
Bormer, antiquities from Roman cemetery at, 

18, 64, 65. 67. Description of its site and 
discovery, 65. Saxon boss found there, 69. 

Borne manor, yearly value (141 1 -12) 10, 131. 
143. 144. Bome, Bum, or Westboume, 
license to krenellate the manse of, 13, 108. 

Borne (or Bum) hundred and manor of, and its 
early possessors, 14, 120. 123. 

Borne, East, guild once at, 15, 176. 

Bome, crown presentations to, 21, 46. 

Bome, or Bourne, earlier name for West- 
boume, 22, 77. Andent fair day, 78 note. 
Token, ^26. See Eastbourne. Westboume. 

Bome, John de, rain of the soul of, 9, 271. 

Bome, Robert, his benefactions to Battd 
abbey, 9, 276. 277. 

Borough and Borough farm, Roman road at, 
11, 143, 144. 

Boroughbridge, knights at the battle of, 9, 88 
'*<>^^' 345- Sussex knights slain as male- 
factors, 372. Probable fate of a Lancastrian 
partizan at, 11, 123. 

Borough English, on the Custom of, as 
existing in the county of Susskx, by G. R. 
Comer, F.S.A, 6, 164-189. The custom 
defined, variations thereof, &c, 164, 165. Its 
origin, supposed rights of manorial lords 
on their tenants' marris^e, &c, 165-170. 
Reasons against prevalent opinions, illus- 
trative instances, &c, 170-173. Parallel 
customs in France, Flanders, and dse- 
where, 174. Counties containing manors 
where Borough English prevailed, 174, 
175. Peculiar customs in some Sussex 
manors, 175, 176. Sussex manors in which 
the customary descent is to the young^est son, 
178-189. Additional remarks, 8, 272. 

Borough English, at Seaford, 7, 121 note. 
Eastbourne manors subject to, 14, 1 23. 

borough hill in Westboume, 22, 77. 

Borough, lord. See Burgh. 

Borrani, Marco, helmet of, 25, 9. 

Borrer, derivation of the name, 8, 274. Ances* 
tor of the family, arms, &c, 11, 80-82. 

Borrer, Ann, married to a Marshall, descen- 
dants of, 11, 83. 

Borrer, rev. Carey Hampton, Hurstpierpoint, 
ring of baked clay exhibited by, 8, 297. 
Engravings from drawings by, 11, 76. 77. 
His son, 82. Old tiles possessed by, 16, 
133. Annotations on the Marchant diary 
by, 25, 200-203. See 11, 16. 82. 24, 
130. 25, 163, 164 notes. 

Borrer, Clifford, 25, 201. John, of Henfidd, 

19, 48 note. Hamlin Borrer, 25i 200. 
William, of Rusper, 171. 202. 

Borrer, N, relics possessed by, 13, 247. 
Borrer, Wm, Pal^s manor bought by, 11, 74. 

See 25, 200, 201. 
** Borstal," origin of the term, parishes bearing 



BORSTAL. 



[45] 



BOTELLERE. 



the name, &c, 2, 292, 293 notes. Early 
use ci the word, remarks on its deri- 
▼ation, and application, sites so desig^ted, 
&C, 8, 184. 187, 188. 274. 277. Mr. 
Thorpe on its etymology, 21, 222. 

Borstall House, Bucks, Sir W. Campion's 
defeooe of, against the parliament forces, 
lOy 4, 5, 6, 7. Fairfax's letter on the sur- 
render, 10. See BostalL Borzell in Tioe- 
hurst, 16, 292. 

Bos tongiJrxmSf extinct British ox, extensive 
dispersal of remains of, 16, 60, 61 • 

Bosa, archbishop of York, 4, 87. 

Bosanquet, W, memorial window to, 25> 221. 

Boscawen, admiral, 11, 199. 

Boscawen, hon. J, at Charlton hunt, 15, 79. 

Bosco, Boscroaid, family names and their 
derivatives, 11, 80, 81 notes. 

Boscobel, and Charles 11, 10, 188. 190. His 
narrative in the Boscobel tracts, 23, 8 note, 

Bosegate, Johnde, proof of age by, 12, 26. 

Boseham, Grimm's view of, 3, 238. 

Bosgrave, crown presentations to, 21, 46. 

Bosh AM (or Bosenham) on the Saxon Collbob 
of, by the rev. Edw. Turner, 8, 189-200. 
Proof of its Saxon origin, derivation of name, 
site, character of the inhabitants, 189, 190. 
Earliest evidence of a church, possessions of 
Godwin and Harold, 190. Disposal of the 
lordship, &c, by the early Norman kings, 
191. Disputes as to episcopal jurisdiction, 
archbishop Langton's high-handed proceed- 
ings, settlement ultimately come to, 19 1 , 1 92. 
The church and disputes concerning it ; 
same how settled by Henry II, 192, 193. 
The prebends and their endowments : stalls 
in the church, &c, 193, 194. St. Bede's 
chapel, chantry and its endowment, grant 
of the prebendal estates after the dissolu- 
tion, 195. Results of the alienation of these 
estates, Utigation as to ownership, a cunning 
precentor, 196. Rent finally reserved for 
church repairs, 197. Text of deeds and 
documents referred to, 198-200. See 10, 
102. 25, 214. 

BosHAM, Early Traditions of, &c, byrev. 
Henry Mitchell, M.A, F.S.A, 18, 1-9. Evi- 
dences of occupation by the Romans, 1-3. 
Transformation of the Roman basilica into 
a Christian church and successive enlarge- 
ments of same, 3, 4. Monastery, founded 
by Wilfrid, 5. Tradition as to burial of a 
child of Cauiute in the church, and discovery 
of a stone coffin containing its remains, 
5-7. Canute's palace at, and connection 
vrith Bosham, 8. Promoters of the present 
restoration of the church, 9. Model of 
Canute's daughter's coffin, 7 1. i^ee 81, 82. 84. 
Bosham (or Bosenham) granted to the dean 
and chapter of Chichester, 4, 57. Saxon 
church there, 77. 82. Its early importance 



and great endowments, 87. Saxon kings 
resident in the parish, iUd. The church in the 
Bayeux tapestry, 88. 19, 74. The fleet at, 
4, 104. Mills recorded in Domesday, 5, 270. 
Sorts of land in, 6, 176. Borough English 
in the manor, 180. Gold betrothal ring 
found at, 8, 3 1 2. Yearly value of the manor 
(1411) 10, 133. Intrenchments found, 169. 
Odd occasion of a walk thither, 12, 25. 
The Peverels landholders there, 39 note. 
Dedication of the church, 12, 68. Crovm 
presentations, 257. 21, 46. Church bells, 
16, 194. 201. Query as to two churches, 
19, 75 note. Once the only church in Sussex, 
21, 40. Similar windows, 22, 79. Bosham, 
Bosanham, Bosa's dwelling, 23, 2 note, 

Bosham creek, 16, 263. 

Bosham (called also Damptford) hundred, 
parliamentary survey, 23, 219. 224. 226- 
228. Parishes in the hundred, 227 note, 

Bosham, Herebertus de, secretary to, and 
author of a life of, Thomas k Becket, car- 
dinalate conferred on, 8, 198. See 4, 87. 

Bosse, or Bossee, William, subsidy assess- 
ment, 17, 145. M.P. for Seaford, ibid, 

Bosse, William, deed witnessed by, 25, 138. 

Bosses in Cuckfield church, 18, 184. 

Bosseville, Robert, justice, 20, 100. 

Bossh, John, proof of age by, 12, 39. 

Bossum, old Hastings family name, 14, 86. 

" Bostall," Ditchling, highest point in Sussex, 
Roman encampment on the, &c, 13, 245, 
246. See Borstal. 

Bostock,S, incumbent, EastGrinstead, 20, 147. 

Bostocke, T. and G, land demised by, 23, 279. 

Boston bridge, built of Sussex timber, 17, 116. 

Boston House, Brentford, and the Clitherows 
(1730) 12, 58. 158. Still their mansion, 58 n, 

Boston (Massachusetts) Oxen bridges of, 12, 
203. 212. 213. 5ec Oxenbridges. 

Bos well, Lawr. incumbent, Ninfield, 17, 60. 

Boswell, Thomas, Hastings records entry 
relative to, 12, 197. 

Bosworth, on the etymology of Poynings, 15, 2. 

Bosworth field and Bramber's lords, 16, 244. 

Bosworth field, the Lewknors at, 17, 80. 

Botele, Sir J, parson of Foxherall, 14, 183. 

Boteler, or Botelyr, of Sudeley, arms formerly 
at Bodiam, 9, 285. Geoffrey le B, juror on 
the templars' property, 9, 251. Henry, M.P, 
Midhurst, 20, 7. 9. 10. 21. One of the first 
members for Midhurst, 20. Lady Boteler, 
4, 226. The Botelers of Bramfidd, Herts, 
298 note. Sir Philip, road commissioner, 
15, 146. Himself and Jno. Boteler cinque 
ports barons, 210. Ralph, of Sudeley, Knt, 
18,34. SeeBotiler. Botiller. 

Boteler's (or Butler's) chantry in Horsham, 
foundation of, object, site, sale of, &c, 22, 
156-159. 

Botellere, John, at Agincourt, 20, 10 note. 



BOTELRY. 



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BOW. 



Botelry, John of the, 25, 147. 

Botervill, William, at Agincourt, 15) 130. 

Botfidde woods, 17, 39. 

Bothel, Michael, grant of land to, 25, 142. 

Bothel, Robert, charter witnessed by, 22, 117. 

Place-name derived from the family, 1 18. 

25, 14a note, 
Botilers, ie, lands held by the, 25, 82 note, 
Botill, Robert, collector (144a) of documents 

relating to the templars, 9, 234. 
Botiller (or Botcler) family of Sudeley, deeds 

relating to possessions of the, 12, 230. 231. 
Botillere, J, substitute at Agincourt, 15, 129. 
Botolphs (Buttolphs) dedication of church, 12, 

104. Mr. Grantham on same subject, 104 
note. Church bells, 16, 152. 201. Pre- 
Norman features of the church, 254. 

Botreaux, William, lord, marriage contract of 
Anne, daughter of (1426) 14, 183. 

Bottellerief M. de la, gift by Edw. II. to, 6, 49. 

Botten, Mr, incumbent, Ninfield, 17» 60. 

Botting, probable derivation of, and curious 
instance of the number of persons bearing 
the name, 8, 273, 274. 

Botting, Charles, active in the recovery of the 
Chancton farm coins, 19, 180. 20.213. 

Botting, Edmund, sued for money due to the 
poor of Cowden, 20, 106. Farm tenanted 
by John Botting, 25, 47. Parish aid given 
to Margaret Botting, 20, 103. Payments 
** for laying her forthe and socking of her,'' 

105. The Bottings, of Nuthurst, 18, 38. 
Botting Hyngers in Horsham, 12, 107. 
BottU (of hay) whence derived, 7, 208 note. 
Bottoner, W, penance imposed on, 17* 19. 
Boucher de Perthes on flint flakes, 19, 58. 
Boucher, Maj. seized at Beachy head, 10, 78. 
Bouchett, M, French preacher, Rye, 13, 200 n. 
Bouchier, archbishop, bequ^t to his chapter 

by, 20, 201 nofe. 
Bouet pedigree and arms, reference to the, 11, 

6a note. See Bowett. 
Boughton, Richard, justice, "so called," 16, 

74, 75. Complaint made to him, 77. 
Boulogne, Eustace count of, see Eustace. 
Boulogne, death of a Sussex squire at the 

siege of, 10, 159. 160. 
Boult, or Boult^, J. vicar, Eastbourne, father of 

26 children, 4, 266,267. 14,130. 
Bounde, Alex, monumental brass, 23, 172. 
Bounye, W. patron saint named by, 12, 79. 
Bourah, Boure, Bourer, Boures. See Bora. 
Bourbon, Constable de, portrait, 25, 6. 
Bourbon, duke of (prisoner to Henry V.) 

knights charged with the safe conduct of, 

B, no. 15, 9* 
Bourbon, Sir Jaques of, 3, 212. 
Bourbons, attempt to aggrandize the, 10, 45. 
Bourchier, Jo, pari, commr. 24, 282. 284. 
Bourchier, Sir William, a commander at Agui- 

court, 10» 152. 



Bourde, Thomas (of Paxhill) 33. Armada 
contribution, 1, 33. 

Bourdham and Hunston rectories, pensions, 
and portions paid from, 15, 120. 

Boure, derivation of the surname of, its 
modem form, &c, 8, 274. 

Boure, T. atte, M.P. for Horsham, 11, 81 note. 

Bourere, John, proof of age by, 12, 37. 

Bourgeois, Sir Francis, view by, 18, 109. 

Bourghchier, Thomas, knight, 13, 117. 

Bourn streamlet at Fairlight, 15, 155. 

Bourn, W. and J. de, gift of, on admission to 
freedom of Hastings, 14, 75 note. 

Bourne place, Eastbourne, bought by Sir 
Spencer Compton, 11, 45. Sir E. Wilson's 
notice. Bourne wheatears, &c, 11, 46, 47. 

Bourne-town (Eastbourne) 11, 31. State of 
its defences, 151. 

Bourne, free warren in, 12, 265 note. 

Bourne, Hastings, buildings over the, 14, 81 
and note. Bourne street, 67. 180. 

Bourne stream at Eastbourne, 15, 158. 

Bourne and its hermit, 16, 267. 268. 

Bourne, see Borne. Eastbourne. Westboume. 

Bourne, James, ironmaster, 3, 246. Dominus 
Richard de, rector of Westboume, 22, 99. 

Bournes, the, refugees at Rye, 13, 207. 

Bourvehist, John, mission entmsted by Mar- 
garet of Flanders to, 23, 30. 

Boussac, marshal of France, 12, 233. 

Boutell, Rev. Charles, cuts of brasses lent by, 
2} 307. On the Dalyng^ugge brass, 310. 
9, 287 note. On the Wybame brass, 8, 
18. On the Amberley brass, 17, 23a. On 
the Camoys brass, 20, 121. Sussex 
brasses figured by him, 9, 215. 22, 10. 
23, 129. 132. 159. 186. 189. 190. 

Bouthors, M, on foreign customs analogous 
to Borough English, 6, 174. 

Bovet, Wm, proofs of age of, 12, 30, 31. 
Notice of Hamond Bovet, M.P, 1295, and 
others of the family, 30 note. See BowctU 

Bow bell, London founder of, 16| 175. 

Bower family, see Bora. 

Bowers, Robert, mayor of Chichester, 24, 70. 

Bowers, Thomas, bishop of Chichester, visita- 
tion of Seaford by, 7, 113. No reference to 
West Blatchington in the visitation, 8, 4. 
Other churches visited : Newhaven and 
Denton, 9, 91. 97. Hurstpierpoint, 11, 75. 
Chiddingly, 14, 237. His name and arms 
on Budgen's map, 25, 87 note. 

Bower ship (or Boreship) in Hellingly, 14, 235. 

Bowet, WiUiam, manors held in 1411-12 by, 
their yearly value, &c, 10, 141. 

Bowett, Boct, Bouet family, origin of the, 11, 
62. Notices of some of its members, 62- 
64. Patrons of Hurstpierpoint, 75. Pedi- 
gree, 88. See Ufford. 

Bowgl^n Malherb, Q. Eliz. at, 5, 191. 

Bow hill, earthworks and barrows on, 1, 150. 



BOW. 



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BOXSTED. 



154- '55- J58. 3, 175. 176. Opening of 
same, 22, 59-65.' 74. 5ee prehistoric 
burial. 

Bowles, F. A, on a metal ornament and 
medal found at Singleton, 16, 300-302. 

Bowles, poet, on the lost Kidder MS, 9f 131. 

Bowley manor, sequestrated, 19, no. 

Bowls, silver-gilt, with quaint devices on them, 
8, 310. 

" Bowlyng unlafully kypte," Seaford, 7, 96. 

Bowman, Edward, payment to, ''for his 
keeping and his apparell," 20, 10 1. John, 
"parson and vicar,'* arms quota of, 11, 227. 
Richard and Isabella, 19f 85. 

Bowman, W, incumbent of Ssdehurst, memo- 
randum by and relative to, 25, 160. 

Bowmans, Ixonard Gale, on the, 12, 50. 

Bowyer (or Boyer) furnaces held by, 3, 42. 

Bowyer, Elizabeth, burial entry, 17, 62. 

Bowyer, Sir Henry, knight, 13, 34. 18, 130. 

Bowyer, Sir James, 5, 63 nUe. 

Bowyer, John, instituted to Ninfield, 17t 61. 
His burial, ibid note. His care for educa- 
tion, 63. Robert Bowyer, bailiff of Aldwick, 
25, I X3-1 x6. Thomas Bowyer, (of Leigh- 
thome) armada contribution, 1, ^3- 

Bowyer, Sir Thomas, of Leythome, knight, 
royalist, 5,36.57 Tiote, " Disabled," 37. 
loi. His chivalrous submission to mulc- 
ture, 47. His estates sequestrated, 19, 93. 
Royalist composition paid by him, 94. His 
"cheap pennyworth," 94 note, 

Bowyers, brasses and other memorials of the, 
23, 169. 170. 25, 82. Possessors and 
subsequent alienators of Cuckfield park, 25, 
63. 80, 8 1 . See Boyer. 

Box, Edw, manorial rent charged on, 23| 309. 
Copyholder, Withyham, 24, 2 1 6. John Box, 
sen, 25, 170. 173-176. 178. 180. " Sister" 
Box, 192. Box house and tomb, 201. 

Box, Sir Ralph, druggist, Cheapside, 12, 59. 

Boxall family, name-place of the, 24, 29. 
Basis of their arms, ibid, Mary Boxall, 
certificated for the royal touch, 25, 209. 

Boxall, Miss, Byzantine cross given to Lewes 
castle museum by, 18, 69. 

Boxall, Boxill, Backshells, " the saltpetre 
men," 23, 321. See Boxhall. Boxhulle. 

Boxe manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 131. 

Boxell, T, vicar, arms quota, 11, 226. 

Box and Graten = Box-grave, 15, 86. 

Boxgrave borne as a surname, 15, 122. 

Boxgrave, John and William de, M.P.S for 
Chichester, 15^ 122. 24, 66 note. 69. 

Boxgrave (or Boxgrove) priory, 3^ 60. 61. 
63. Grimm's views, 233. Decorative tile, 
239. Priory and deanery of, 5, 233. 234. 
236. 277. Murder of a monk of, 12. 24. 
Birth enrolled in the missal, 27, Pa.tron 
saint of the church, 68. 

Boxgrove, conventual churchy its peculiar 



features, 1, 145. A request to the abbot, 
2,84. Rykemanbrassin, 16, 72 no^e. Bells, 
169. 195. 201 . Tomb of Thomas de la Warr 
and wife at, 7, 72. Inn sign, 10, 187. 

Boxgrove priory, proceedings at the suppres- 
sion of, 7| 218, 219. A royal benefactor, 
11, 9 1 . Ad vowson belonging to, no. The 
priory allotted to Jno. Bonville, 15, 59. His 
widow's bequests to priory and prior, 63. 65. 
West Hampnett in the priory chartulary, 
21, 42. See 25, 214. 

Boxgrove (or Boxgrave) Priory, Injunc- 
tions given to the prior and convent, 15 18, 
communicated by Rev. W. Turner, 9, 60- 
66. Religious duties, the garden, &c, 61, 
62. Diet and dormitory, 63. Custody of 
the seal, 63. Prohibited sports, hawking, 
arrow-shooting, dicing, &c, 64-66. Drink- 
ing and gossiping in the church, &c, 66. 

Boxgrove Priory, by Rev. Edw. Turner, 
M.A. 15» 83-122. Site, surroundings, 
founder, &c, 83. Furst an alien priory, 84. 
When made independent, 85. Derivation 
of name, 86. Growth, constitution, suc- 
cessive benefactors, 87-100. Grant of a 
fair and othei: privileges, 100, loi. Dis- 
putes and arbitrations, loi, 102. Priory 
seized by Edw. II, 102. Successful resist- 
ance to a foreign prior, 103. Grantee at 
the dissolution: his rejected prayer, 103, 
104. Architectural features, original extent, 
present remains, &c, 105-115. Survey 
temp, Eliz. 116. Epispocal injunctions, 
visitations, &c, 11 6- 118. Valuations, &c, 
118-121. List of piiors, 121. Priory seals, 
&c, 122. Error corrected, 235. 

Boxgrove manor, Borough English in, 6, 178. 

Boxgrove Manor, chief freeholders and 
copyholders temp, 2. Eliz. The Stampe 
family, fair, &c, 9, 225. Priory site and 
its ruinous appurtenances; proved identity 
of parish church and priory church ; Lady 
Morley's almshouses, &c, 226. 

Boxgrove, Seabeech in, 25, 39. 

Boxgrove and Halnaker, 18t 87. 

Boxhalle's or Backshell*s, present owner of, 
19, 48 note. 

Boxhill, Surrey, characterized by Dr. Burton, 
8, 253. The Mole at, 16, 269. 270. See 
15, 86. 

Boxholt Bottom, urns found, 22, 192-194. 

Boxhull, Alan de, 17i 59. Sir Alan de, 
Sokenersh part of the possessions of, 24, 30. 

Boxhulle family, origin of arms and name, 6, 
82. Boxhulle (now Bugzill) in Salehurst, 
knight of the Garter named from, 15, 152. 

Boxhurst, John de, illegal seizure of the lands, 
chattels, and person of, 9, 284. 

Boxley, Gloucestershire, 15, 86. 

Boxsted, charge on the rector of, 9, 217. 
Nonae valuation, 321. See Buxted. 



BOX WELL. 



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BKAMBER. 



Boxwell, or Goxwdl, John« custos of St. 
Mary's hospital, 24, 50. 

Boy bishop's effigy at Salisbury, 1, 129. 

Boyce, Mr, at Danny, 25t 187. 

Boyce, Thomas, trade token of, 24, 133. 

Boydell, Davie, at Agincourt, 15, 135. 

Boyer, Thomas, " barronett," 16, 44. 50. 

Boyer, Sir Thomas, 18, 121. See Bowyer. 

Beyer's definition of Mont-joie, 6, 38. 

Boyes, Gulielmus, marriage entry, 25, 157. 

Boyle, James, suppressed monastery granted 
to, 7t 42 note. 

Boyle, hon. Robert, cures by VaL Gratrix 
attested by, 13, 68 note. 

Boyle lectures by Derham, 16, 307. 

Boyle, S, Sussex road commr, 15, 146. 

Boyletts boyes, 24, 201. Probable deriva- 
tion of ** Boyes," ibid, note. 

Boyne, battle of the, heroism of one of the 
Kidders at, 9, 135. 

Boyne, William, Sussex traders' tokens enu- 
merated in the work of, 11, 175. Tokens 
not in his list, 176. 177. See 24» 122. 
123. 130. 131. 132.134. 

Boys family of Kent, 11, 81 note. 

Boys, old Hastings family name, 14, 86. 

Boys, John, of Betshanger, M.P, 14, 221. 
John Boys, mayor of Chichester, 24, 70. 

Boys, R, house at Eastbourne occupied by, 
14, 122 note, Sussex manor held by Simon 
Boys, 11, 81 note. Thomas Boys, 24, 133. 
W. Boys, historian of Sandwich, 4, loi. 
William Boys, justice, 20, 100. 

Boyse> W, funeral sermon by, 25» 160. 

Boyton, Thomas, incumbent, Ninfidd, 17, 60. 

Braband, J, ceremony witnessed by, 25, 158. 

Brabon, John, quaint rhymes on brass to the 
wife of, 23t 187. Martin, bailifE, Hastings, 
14, 202. Query as to his Christian name, 
202 note. Robert, Salehurst, eucharistic tax 
agreed to by, 25, 154. 

Brabome, plagiarised epitaph at, 10, 206. 

Braby's Hatch, Ashdown forest, 14, 49. 

Bracebridge, Isabdl, wife of William Cricketot 
(1343) 14, 185. 

Bracegirdle, John, arms quota of, 11, 226. 
Vicar of Rye, 13, 274. His college, literary 
work, &c, 14, 268. 

Bracelets found, 15» 240. See Eastbourne. 

Brachycephalic skull found, 22, 71. 

Bracklesham bay, 11, 127. 

Bracklesham, chapel once belonging to, 12, 
70 note. Crown presentation to " Estwither- 
ing cum Brakelsham," 2£7> 

Bracklesham, crown presentation to the pre- 
bend of, 21| 48. 

Bracklesham, John, presentation, 17, 104. 

Bracklesham, Wm. de, dean of Chichester, 
benefactor to Michelham priory, 6, 134. 
Chancellor of Chichester, 19, 26. 

Bracton on Chevagium, 21» 95 note. 



Bradbridge, Aug. vicar of Rye, 13, 273. 

Bradbridge, John, customs comptroller (1399) 
24, 64. Brass to a later John, 23, 145. 

Bradbridge, Wm. vicar, Eastbourne, 14, 272. 

Bradbridges of Sl3mfold, 23, 138. Monu- 
mental brass, 180. 

Bradbrige, Thomas, bayliff errant, 13, 126. 
William, subsidy commissioner, Chichester, 
24, 70. His services as mayor, death, 
family, sepulchral memorial, &c, 70 note, 

Bradbrugge, Thomas, co-founder of a guild 
and chantry at Horsham, 22, 148. 

Braddoek, Francis, and Chris. Kingscott, their 
title to certain lands dedared void, 24, 237. 

Brade (or le Brode) Richard and Randolph, 
grant to Otteham abbey by, 5, 159. 161. 
168. The family benefactors to Otteham, 
9, 149. 157. 172. 173. Nicolas Brade's 
reason for his benefacti<ni, 172. 

Bradebrugg, John, bailiff of John, king of 
Castelle (1388) 24, 292. 

Bradebrugge manor bought by A. Brocas, 12, 
42 note. 

Bradeham g^ven by king John to St. Nicholas 
priory, Exeter, 23, 126. 

Bradehurst, see Bradhurst : Broadhurst. 

Bradenham, Bucks, church bells, 16, 143. 

Bradford, John, brass of, at St. Michael's, 
Lewes, mis-statements relative to, 13, 17. 
See 23, 169. 

Bradford, Mr, of Pippingford, 14, 46. 146. 

Bradhigh, or Bredehie, in Ewhurst, old 
mansion of the Oxenbridges at, 24, 21. 

Bradhurst; Bradherst, in Horsted Keynes, 
picturesque assodations oi, 6, 140. Yearly 
value of the manor (141 1) 10, 142. 

Bradley, Hon. and Rev. E. W, 18, 64. 

Bradshaw, Robert, vicar of Rye, 13, 275. 

Bradwardine, Thomas, archishop of Canter- 
bury, 2, 227. A Sussex man, 227 note. 
His birthplace, 16, 271. ** Doctor Pro- 
fundus" on the royal touch, 25, 205. 

Bradwater, Bradewater, 9, 257. 258. a6o. 
See Broadwater. 

"Bragg," Diarist Turner's winnings and 
losings at, 11, 195. 202. 204. 205. 

Braiosc, Wm. de, 11, 50. See Braose. 

Braithwaite, rules and orders for an earl's 
house by, 7, 1 74. 

Brakebrige, Rich, trust vested in, 17, 77. 

Brakdond, Jocelin de, 5, .273. 9, 2. 

Brakenshawe, W, bequests to shrines, 12, 70. 

Brakynbury, R, grant by Ric III. to, 14, 81. 

Braman, John, M.P. for Chichester, 24, 81. 

Bramber, nonse return, 1, 6. Inn sign, lO, 
187. Causeway from Beeding to, 11, 93. 
13, 33. Battel abbey lands in, 17, 29. 
Antiquities found, 18, 68, 69. Chief free- 
holder (i 734) and his present representative,^ 
23, 75- Guild writ (Brembrc) 24, 292. 
King's prison at, 29^. See 6, 22. 47. 



BRAMBER. 



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BRAONES. 



Brambir, anciint Bridob discovered at, in 
1^39* by Rev. Edward Turner, M.A, 2» 
63-77. Occasion of the discovery, plan, 
materials used, &c, 63-65. Relics found 
in the ruins, 65 . Ancient bridee before the 
conquest, and chapel thereon, 65-71. Evi- 
dences pointing to the existence of a Roman 
bridge, 73-74. Collateral evidences, 74. 77. 

Bramber, barony of, 13, 125. 126. 

Bramber bridge, indulgence granted (1368) to 
contributors towards repairs of, 10, 126. 
Additional particulars relative to bridge 
and chapel, 22, 232-234. 25, 214. 

Bramber castle, 1, 8. Royal visits, 2, 135. 
136. 138. 142. 143. 149. Notices relative 
to king John's doilings with it, 3, 3. 4. 
8-12. Seal found, 5,198. Ancient salt- 
works under the walls, 5, 166. 22, 224. 
Consideration given for it by Edw. II, 6, 
48. The castle and its early possessors, 8, 
3^* 3^* 33t 35 note, A stronghold of the 
Saxon kings, 185. Iron lock, 311. Custo- 
dian (1404-5) 12, 230. Origin, vicissitudes, 
remains, 16^ 243-245. Old fortalice of its 
lords, 250. Site of the Portus Adumi, 253, 
254. See 12, 31, 39, notes, 16, 242. 

Bramber Castle and the Braose Family, 
Historic Notices of, by Rev. T. Gran- 
tham, 5, 147-154. Origin of the castle: 
its first Norman possessor, 147. King 
John's reasons for seizing it, 148-150. 
Halting place for Royalty, 151. Restored 
to the Braoses, 152. Last Braose possessor, 
153. Descent to the Mowbrays: a com- 
monwealth defender, 154. 

Bramber castle and rape notices of, and of the 
possessors of, 22, 8. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 20. 

Bramber church, remains of, 5, 154. Dedi- 
cation, 12, 61. 105. Bells, 16, 143. 201. 

Bramber church, bridge, tithes, weighs' of 
cheese, fishing, burgage house, &c, given 
to Sele Priory, 10, loi. 114. 115. 116. 
1 24. Inquiry in the chapel on the bridge, 
106. Wrongful claim made to the church, 
113. Yearly value of castle and manor 
(1411) 138. 

Bramber election, G. Spencer's experiences and 
poet Bramston's lines, 16, 245. An in- 
corruptible voter, eminent members, &c, 246. 

Bramber parish and St Mary Magdalene 
hospital, crown presentations to, 21, 46, 47. 

Bramber rape, amount of subsidy collected in 
1296, 2,289. Its Saxon and first Norman 
possessors, 5, 2. Jury summoned to as- 
certain the value of the templars' property, 
9, 251. Dedications of churches in, 12, 
104-111. River, castle, and forest in, 15, 
150. State of .the poor, &c. (1631-2) 16, 
33' 34* 43- Knighthood compositions, 49. 
Publications relating to rape, castle, &c,18, 
102. Site of the castle, early possessors. 



costs of repairs, &c, 105. Sold by the 
king, 146. 

Bramber, Jno. de Braose baron of, 5, 252 n, 

Bramber (Brembre) Sir John de, arms of, 6, 
79. Rent charge given to Sclc priory by 
Philip de Braose, 10, 117. 

Brambletye, or Brambletigh, 1, 10. Grantee on 
its forfeiture, 9, 371. Manor house and 
successive owners, 16, 271. 20, 135, 136. 
23, 301 note, 24, 198 note, Horace 
Smith's novel, 14, 139. 24, 250 note, 

Brambletye Chantry, and Sedition in 
Sussex, 1579, by W. D. Cooper, F.S.A., 9, 
139-144. Early holders of the manor, by 
what service, &c, 139. Subsequent holders 
and probable founders of the chantry, 140. 
Charge of sedition arising out of a claim 
to the chantry, 141 -144. See Pykas, 
Katherin. Turner, John. 

Bramley, W, incumbent, Amberley, 17, 234. 

Bramshot, Boxgrove rents in, 15, 119. 

Bramshot, William, his manors, their ycarW" 
value, &c. (141 1) 10, 137. Possessor (142^ 
of Lordington, 21, 75. 

Bramshote, J, an insufficient surety, 20, 12. 

Bramston, sir John, CJ, K.B, 13, 102. 

Bramstone, James, West Sussex poet, on Pet- 
worth cheer, 14, 8. Satirical lines by, 16, 
245. On the potency of beer, 23, 80. 

Brand, antiquarian, on roodlofts, 19, 40. 

Brand, right hon. H. W. B, M.P, lands held 
by, 19, 171. Owner of Glynde Place, 18, 
14. Old account books preserved by, 20, 
50. Extracts from same, 51. Pedigree 
showmg descent of estate to him, 62, 63. 
Arms, motto, family portraits, 64. 66-69. 
View presented by him, 73. His manor in 
Mayfield, 21, 14. See 20, 61. 77. 86. 

Brand, John, of Lisbon, his consignment to 
diarist Marchant, 25, 184. 187. 

Brand, old, 25, 183. 187. His dial and 
tomb, 191. 192. 193. 

Brand, Victoria, wife of Henry R. Brand, 
mortuary inscription on brass, 20, 87. 

Brandenburg, reception of an ambassador 
from (1611) 24, 120, 121. 

BrandironSf 6, 192. 193 note. 

Brandon, Henry and Charles, dukes of, Dr. 
Wilson's lives of, 11, 8. 

Brandon, Sir W, chaplain, Boteler's chantry, 
Horsham, sold by, 22,156. 159. "Dyd 
syng," was paid "his wagis therfor," 157. 

Brandreth, John, prebendary of Hoo, 13, 144. 
Matthew, rector of Waldron, 86. Walter 
de, deeds witnessed by, 9, 238. 

Branodunum, Roman station of, 1, 15. 

Brantrugge, John, proof of age by, 12, 34. 

Brantyngham, Tho. de, presentation, 17, 104. 
Sussex living held by, 21, 67. High posi- 
tion subsequently attained by, 67 Tiote, 

** Braones," dried hogs, not capons, 23, 27 n. 



BRAOSE. 



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BRASYBR. 



Braose, Brewis, Brcwosa, Brewys famil7. 
Otigin of the name, 10, 10 1. Wiltshire 
manor named after them, 139 note, 

Braose, Aliva de, descent of Sedgwick to the 
Mowbrays through, 8, 36. Her two hus- 
bands, 98. Estate carried to her husband, 
John de Mowbray, by, 16, 244. See 10, 
109. Anor de, gift to the templars by, 9, 
249. Beatrix, widow of a Thomas de, deed 
of settlement made by, 8, 98 no/e. Hus- 
band of another Beatrix, 99. See 17, 74« 

Braose (Brewis) George, yearly value of 
manors of (141 1) 10, 140. 

Braose, Giles de, bishop of Hereford, restor- 
ation of his nephew's forfeited possessions 
to, 3, 9. His sudden death and its conse- 
quences, 10. See 6, 75. Sir Giles de, effigy 
and arms of, 9, 370. 

Braose, John de, accidental death of, 2, 70. 
See 3, 67 note, John de, benefactor toRusper 
priory, 5, 246. John de, ancestor of the 
Chesworth Braoses, 8, 102. 

Braose, John de, tithes, weighs of cheese, salt- 
pits, fisheries, given to Sele priory by (i 220) 
' 10, 1 14. Yearly vsdue (141 1) of the manors 
of another John (Brewis) 139. 

Braose (or Brewys) Sir John de, supposed 
monument to a son of, 5, ^. His own 
effigy and inscription, 6, 7. Plagiarisms of 
the inscription, 10, 205, 206. Effigy of a 
Sir John de Braose (1216) 18, 62. Sussex 
castles held by the family, 145, 146, 147. 

Braose, Peter de, manor claimed by, 6, 48. 

Braose, Peter de, descent of Sedgwick and 
other Braose possessions to. Ultimate 
failure of his line, &c, 8, 36. 98. 

Braose, Philip, vicarious revenge of the Welsh 
on, 3, 43. Lord Philip de, dispute settled 
by, 10, 113. Land exchangeid by, 115. 
Gift by himself and brother to Sele, 113. 

Braose, Reginald de, foundation charter con- 
firmed by, 10, 112. Thomas dc, tomb of, 
at Horsham, 37. 97. 99. 

Braose (or Breuze) William de, his gift to 
Lewes priory, 2, 14. Gifts by himself and 
descendants to religious houses, 66-70. 72. 

Braose (or Brcwes) William de, suit of his 
stepmother against, 2, 85. Penance im- 
posed on him for insulting the judge, 86. 
See 85 note, Braose, William de, seizure 
by K. John of the possessions of, 3, i. 
Deaths of himself, wife, and son, 2. Con- 
duct of his wife towards the king, lo,- 11. 
Connection of other de Braoses with Knepp, 
12. 5, 144. Braose (or Braus) William 
de, hanged by the Welsh, 3, 43, 44. 

Braose (Brewus) William {ob, 1290) 3, 67. 
His guardians during minority, ibid note. 

Braose, Wm. de, Sussex territory awarded to, 
5, 2. His descendant : pedigree, &c, 5. 

Braose, Wn^. de, grant of Bramber to religious 



houses by, 5, 147. Gifts by his son Philip, 
148. Cruelties and misfortunes of Philip's 
son William, and fate of his wife and chil- 
dren, 1 48- 1 51. Fortunes and fate of other 
members of the family, 152. Wilham the 
contumacious, 153, 154. 

Braose, William de, step taken by to free him- 
self from his pecuniary straits, 8, 34. Landf 
exchanged by him with John le Savage. 
Subsequent litigation between them, &c, 35, 
36. [See Sedgwick.] Braose, William de, 
gift of a tun of red wine and a salt pan to 
Dureford abbey by, 8, 51. Another bene- 
fector to the abbey of same name, 65. 

Braose, William de, grants and confirma- 
tions of grants to the templars by, 9, 246. 
248. 249. 251. 253. Braose, William de, 
founder of Briouze and Sele priories ; his 
gifts to Sele, 10, loi, 102. Benefactions to 
Sele by William, his grandson, 113, 114. 
And by other Williams, 115, 116, 117. 
118. 121. Price paidtoW.de B. by the 
monks for condonation of an ofience, 135. 

Braose (Brewosa), William, result of inquisi- 
tion on the death of (1326) 18, 146. 

Braose, W. de, benefactor to Battel, 23, 123. 

Braose, Wilham de, 6, 81, 13. 105. 20, 7 
note, II. 13. 24, 36. 

Braose, portion of a supposed effigy of one of 
the family of, 1, 43, 44* Their connection 
with Steyning, 5, 117, 118. 124. With 
Rusper priory, 245. 252 note. Site of a 
hunting seat, 8, 32. 

Braose family, lords of Bramber, 22, 8. 
Builders of Knepp castle, 16. Matilda de 
Braose's spirited reply to king John's de- 
mand, and his fiendish retaliation, 16, 17. 
Reginald de Braose restored to the possession 
of Bramber, 19. See Brewes. Brewis. 
Brewosa. Brewys. Bruis. Brus. 

Braose, of Chesworth, and Hoo FamilibSv 
by William Durrant Cooper, F.S.A, 8, 97- 
131. Tombs at Horsham, person really 
commemorated by one of them, 97. Breaks 
in the male line of the Braoses, fatality in 
1395, family possessions, &c, 98, 99. 
Tomb to Thomas Braose, erected by his 
widow ; her subsequent husbands, &c, 37. 
99 and note. Successive owners of the estates, 
and ultimate accession of the Berkeleys and 
Howards thereto, 100, loi. Pedigree of 
the Braoses, 102. See Hoo. 

Brasbridge, Row. parliamentary surve3ror, 23, 
277. 294. 25, 61. 

Brasoote hamlet,, old name of, 11, 81 note. 

Brass, see Bronze. 

Brassbrugge, T, incumbent, Ninfield, 17, 6o. 

Brasses, monumental, see monumental brasses* 

Brasses of iron, 6, 55. 66. 

Brasyer, R. bellfounder, his shield, &c, 16, 
172. 196. 



BRAUNFLETE. 



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BRICET. 



Brauxiflete, Johanna de, 13, 1 10. 

Braan, George, ichnographies by, 8, 324. 

Bray, Sir R. executor of J. Bonville's will, IB, 
6a. Characterized by Bacon, 62 note. 

Bray, W. Brice, incumbent of, an antithesis 
to the famous " vicar of Bray," 9, 3S3' 

Bray, vicar of, Sussex parallel to, 14, 249. 

Bray, William, publisher and author, 19, 154. 

Bray, Surrey historian, on particulars in 
" Dog** Smith's life, 22, 32. 35. 

Braye, "Dame Betris," inscription to, 5, 10. 

Braye, Syr Edward, 10, 98. 

Braye monument, Sdmeston, 17, 96. 

Bread (or Brede) furnace, 18, 15. 

Bread (Brede) parson's arms quota, 11, 226. 

Breadhaid, Janet, self-accused witch, burnt, 
10, 19. 

Breads, John, alleged murderer of Mr. Greble, 
18, 188. Reasons for questioning the 
justice of his condemnation, 189. 

Breaunzon, Giles de, 6, 51. 

Breause. Brius, 6, 22. 47. 48. Arms, 75. 

Breause manor, 12, 40 note. See Braose. 

Brecon (or Brecknock) priory, cell to Battle, 
17, 53. 23, 123. Seal, register, &c, 124. 

Brede, nonse return, 1, 59. Royal visit, 2, 
142. Iron works, 207. Grate back cast at, 
12, 270. Non-resident barons, 17, 67. 
Timber supplied from, 117. 124. 

Brede church, gifts to, arms in the vnndows, 
&c, 8, 216. 217. 218. 220. The bells, 
16, 151. 177. 194. 201. Early presenta- 
tions, 17, 107. 21, 47. Monumental 
brass, 23, 139. 24, 22. 

Brede manor, tenements in Hastings still held 
of, 2, 166. Successive lords, 167, 168* 
Custom of Borough English in, 6, 178. 
Hastings abbey tenements in, 14, 67. 68- 
69. Anciently held of Syon, 68 note. 
Granted to John Bromfield, 115. 

Brede parish, 6, 57. Valuation (164^) 58. 
Granted to Fecamp abbqr, 66. Dispute 
about patronageand privileges, 67. Manorial 
rents, value of the parsonage, &c, 68, 69. 

Brede place, notices and views of, 3, 235. 12, 
205. 219. The old mansion, 16, 292. 
See 17, 171. 

Brede rents, temp. Hen. VIII, 13, 176. 

Brede river, course of the, 15, 155. 16, 264. 

Brede and the Oxenbridges, 8, 213. 215. 216. 
222. ** Old Oxenbridge " the ogre, 13, 220. 
24, 22. See Oxenbridge. 

Breden, Simon de, presentation, 17, 105. 

Breech, Mr, his seat at Burwash, 21, 1 14. 

" Breeches wood," legend of, 11, 183. 

Breggesele, W. de, his gift to Battel, 19, 13. 

Breham, James, jurat, Hastings, 14, 100. 

Brembledon tithes given to Sele, 10, 1 14. 

Brembre, tee Bramber. 

Bremen, order relative to the ship " Herebod 
de Breme" at Winchdsea, 23, 34. 



Brenchisle, Joan, manors held by in 1411-129 

their yearly value, &c, 10, 144. 
Brenchley. horse stealing at, 131 1, 11, 103. 
Brend. Wuliam, bellfounder, 16, 173. 196. 
Brentford, mansion of the Clitherows at, 12r 

58- 158- 
Brerehurst, Battel abbey lands in, 17, 54. 

Brereton, Mr, counsel for the Commonwealth 

versus lord Goring, 19, 97. 
Brereton, Richard, presented to Westboume, 

22, 105. Vicar presented by him, iii. 
Brereton, W, manor sold to, 25, 116. 
Breslau, Prussia, brasses at, 8, 341. 342. 
Brest, picture at Cowdray of a naval fight at, 

10, 202. 
Brethcr, John, and Breton, William, incum- 
bents of East Grinstead, 20, 147. 
Breton, or Bruton, John, diminutive effigy of, 

1, 129. 130. 
Breton, W, yearly value of lands of, 10, 145. 
Breton wars, a Sussex knight in the, 14, 215. 
Brett, Elizabeth, wife of Francis Whitfeld and 

her only son, 19. 90. 
Brett, George, intended ** knight of the Royal 

Oak," 23, 210. Brett, John, constable 

(1673) of Lewes, 21, 107. 
Brett, Richard, ** schollar," buried, 21, 140. 
Bretton, John, at Agincourt, 15, 129. Lands 

held by the family; present form of the 

name, 1 29 note, 
Bretun, W. de, arrest of the ship of, 23, 24. 
Bretwalds, the first of the, 4, 70. 
Brewer in a nobleman's house, duties of, 7, 

209. Emblematical brass to a brewer, 22, 

131. 23, 173. 
Brewer, John, Sussex roads oommr, 15, 146. 

Cinque port baron, 209, 210. 
Brewer, Thos. of Pashley, arms of, 25, 93. 
Brewere, Wm. de, Battel abbey, 17, 45* 
Brewes (Brax)se) .Thomas, manor eoleoffed to, 

17, 75- 

Brewosa, William de, pension granted by 
Edw. n.to, 6,48. 

Brewose, 9, 2 1 8. Land sublet to John de, 244* 
William de, 261. See Braose. Brewys. 

Brewster, Sir David, wrong in his doubts on 
Sir Isaac Newton's pedigree, 9, 312 note. 

Brewster, Dr, Tanner's error rels^ve to, 23, 1 24. 

Brewys, John de, monumental brass of, 23, 
129. Same described, 190. 

Brian, Ferd. constable, Lewes (1668) 13, 31. 

Brian, Thomas, his expenses in a pressing-to- 
death case, 19, 125. 

Brian, Mr. (Hastings) cinque ports com- 
mittee man, 17, 140. 

Briant, John, bell-founder, 16, 178 note, 196. 

Brices and Newtons, their marriages, descen- 
dants, &c, 9, 332, 333. William Brice, 
nonconformist incumboit of Bray, 333. 

Bricet, Sir Walter, priory founded by, 3, 217. 
' 13, 155, 156. 



BRICK 



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BRIGHTON. 



Brick erections at early dateS) 4, i68. The 
earliest known, ibid note. 

Brick weight and water weight, 21 » 36. 

Brick work, ornamental. See Laughton. 

Briddock, Dr. bp. of Chichester, 1, 120. 

Bridekirk, Cumberland, ancient font at, 2, 282. 

Brideham. See Birdham. 

Bridge, Jo. vicar, arms quota of, 11, 225. 

Bridge, Thomas, a Commonwealth parlia- 
mentary surveyor, 23, 274. 276. 280, 287. 
291. 293.313. 24, 225. 231. 232. 238. 
241. 242. 244. 247. 2S7- 25, 31. 43. 53- 

Bridger family : Richard, 17, 82. Another 
Richard, Colonel aiid M.P, his hearth tax 
assessment, 87. His popularity as M.P, 

89. His character as a magistrate, 90. 
Age at death, ibid, Harry Bridger, 90. 
John, afterwards Sir John Bridger, pur- 
chaser of Hamsey advowson, 83. Knighted, 

90. Last of the family, 91. Armorial 
bearings, ibid, John and Sir John, 10, 23 
noie, 

Bridger, Alexander, Lindfidd, his church 

«piark, 19, 48. Bridger, Henry, rental of 

lands of, 23, 290. 292. Jas. Bridger, 

constable of Lewes, 123. 124. 
Bridger, R. justice, his dealings with the 

quakers, 16, 78.86. 102. 1 12. 1 13. 1 14. 1 16. 
Bridger, Richard, rector of Streat, 25, 134. 
Bridger, Thomas, oo-grantee of East Grin- 

stoul borough, 20, 135. 
Bridges with Roman work in them, 2, 72, 73. 

Bmlding of bridges pious works in old 

times, 16, 257. 
Bridges, Charles, privately printed work by, 

18, 107. Bridges, Thomas, co-grantee of 
Endlewick manor, 24, 218. See R3rvers. 

Bridgenorth, Salop, collections on briefs for, 

19, 47* 22, 92. 
Bridgewater, Henry earl of, one of the jurors 

on Lord Dacre's trial, 19, 177. 

Bridg^an, ** Mr Doctor," arms quota, 11, 226. 

Bridlington, curious coffin slab at, 2, 282. 

Bridport, facilities for conveyance of stone, 
&C, from, 11, 137 note. 

Briefs, by Rev. Edward Turner, M.A, V.P, 
21, 207-217. Recovery of the Maresfield 
register of briefs, 207. The Uckfield 
Register : dates covered by and other par- 
ticiUars relating to the two, 208. Nature 
and obje^ of, and statute regulating briefs, 
208, 209. Expensiveness of collections 
under them, 210. Example of collections 
at Maresfield, for sufferers by plague, burnt 
churches, redemption of captives, relief of 
protestants in papal countries, &c, 210-217. 

Briefs for collections in churches, 4, 271- 
273. For redemption of Christian slaves 
and for a theatre burnt down, 6, 242. For 
Brighton groins, &c, 11, 199. For re- 
building Sittingboum chuichi 214. Register ' 



kept at Maresfield, 14, 153. Collections at 
Westboume, 22, 92. At Streat and Sale- 
hurst, 25, 135. 152. 153. 

Briger, Richard, church bequest by, 12, iii. 

Brigge, Henry, robbed by a parson, 17, 94. 

Brigge, Thomas, warden of St. Bartholo- 
mews, Rye, 17, 136. 

Brigg*s farm, Rygatte, 23, 225. 

Briggs, David, whipper-in at a famous fox 
chase, 15, 80. Briggs, Mr, Roman coins 
in possession of, 11, 145. Briggs, Thomas, 
chancellor of the bishop's court, 16, 83. 1 22. 

Brigs, or Briggs, Mr, incumbent of Glynde, 

20, 75. Reasons for so regarding him, 76. 
Bright, John, warden of SackviUe college, 

East Grinstead, 20, 160. 

Brighte, Symon, fraudulent dealing with the 
ducks of, 7, 99- 

Brightford hundred, seal of, 5, 198. Deriva- 
tion of the device, 199. Inquest concern- 
ing the Sussex rebels (1274-5) 6, 219. Par- 
liamentary survey, 23, 238. Manor courts 
where held, 239. Parishes in the hundred, 
238 note. See 23, 22a 236. 

Brightham, John, proof of age by, 12, 39. 

Brighthelmstone-Michelham,portion of modem 
Brighton comprised in the manor of, 6, 
141. Called also " Bristhelmstone," 145. 
Allotted to Anne of Cleves, 162. Custom 
of Borough English in, 178. 

Brighthelmstone, Dr. Burton's cheerless de- 
scription of, 8, 263. The sands, 264. 
Collection on brief for, 14, 154. 21, 211. 
Quaint letters of Parson Clark on, 19, 
165. Yearly value of lands, &c. (1649) 
207. Great damage done by the sea, 21, 
217. See Brighton. 

Brightling, iron works formerly at, 2, 178, 
170. 207. 3, 241. 245* Parish valuation 
(1049) 6, 58. Gift of land in to Roberts- 
bridge abbey, 8, 148. 150. Inn sign, lO, 
187. Property acquired by John Fuller in, 
13, 98. Grant of free warren in, iii. 
"Way to Ninfield, 17, 57. Curious story of 
a benefaction recovered for the parish, 18, 
39. 23, 140, 141. Witchraft stoiy, 18, 
111-113. 

Brightling church, statistics of, 4, 266. 
Person's arms quota, 11, 226. Prebend, 
13, 141. Wellingtonian inscription on the 
bells, 16, 188. 201. Tenor bell, 194. 
Early and crown presentations, 17, 106. 

21, 57. Prebendal manor, 121. Monu- 
mental brasses, 23, 139, 140. 

Brighton, Brighthelmstone, diurch particu- 
lars: Had two churches at a very early 
period, 1, 6. Differences between St. 
Richard and the prior of Lewes about the 
church, 2, 25, 26. Yearly value of the 
living (1650) 10, 23 note. Halt of the 
bishop, 106. Parsoa's arms quota, 11, 



BRIGHTON. 



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BRITISH. 



227. An eradite vicar, 14, 165. Crown 
presentations, 12, 257. Church bells: old 
church, 16, 179. Other churches, 191. 

BaroHTON, Early History of, by Rev. 
Edward Turner, M.A, 2, 38-52. Contents 
of the two books of " all the auncient cus- 
toms '' used among the fishermen, 38. 
Early importance as a fishing town: in- 
' fluence of the Norman conquest on its 
fortunes, 39. Extent, character of its popu- 
lation, &c (1545) 40,41. Losses by foreign 
piracies, 41. Government of the town ; 
differences between the ** landmen '* and the 
" 'seamen "in 1 580 how settled, 4 1 -45 . The 
Twelve and their duties, 42. 47 , 48. Arrange- 
ment made in 1618 ; churchwardens how 
chosen, 46, 47. Complaints against the 
" lodging of straungers,'' 47. Proportion of 
" landmen " in 1580, rates levied on them, 
Arc, 49. Ordnance, &c, then kept for the 
town's defence, 50. The Blockhouse and 
Townhouse, 50, 51. " Ladynets," 52. 

Brighton, Brighthdmstone, nonse return, 1, 
59. 62. Brighton "juggs," 2, 293 note.. 
13, 26 note» 232. Subsidy list, 9» 78. 
Tumulus found in the vicinity of the town, 
119. Yearly value of the manor (141 1) 
10, 132. An early brewer, 185. Inn 
signs, 187. 188. 189. 190. Camp half- 
pennies and traders' tokens, 207. 11, 175. 
177. 24, 125. Escape of Charles 11, 11, 
42. Early notice of as a watering place, 
46, 47. Dread of hostile landings, 147. 
Defensive proposals, 150. 151. 170. Un- 
noticed in an admiralty report (1728) 182. 
Brief for fortification repairs, 199. Damage 
by storm (1703) 12, 55, 56, notes. The 
town in 1 780^ 13» 311. Roman remains in 
the museum, 16, 59. Mr. Boyd-Dawkins's 
gift, 62 note. Site of the town : a port, 
temp. Hen. VIII, 247. lines on an over- 
flow of the Wellsboume, 248. Ship canal, 
255. Topog^phic works, 273-279. "The 
Knepp," 22, 14. Number of voters at 
county election (1734) wrongly given, 23, 
75. Corrected, 24, 299. Iron chimney 
back in the museum, 23, 120. Hundred 
in which situate, 234 note. Meeting place 
for courts leet, 235. Camp on the race 
course, 24, 147. See Brigbthelmstone. 

Brightricus and ^Iswithe his wi|e, . Saxons, 
mention of a Hoo in the will of, 8, 104. 

Brightridg, T, quaker, imprisoned, 16, 78. 

Brightridge, Jno, land confirmed to, 24, 273. 

Brihthelm, bishop, inference from a charter of, 
17 1 190. See Brithelm. 

Brill, or Broil, near Chichester, Stukeley's 
questionable derivation, 1, 157. 

Brinkhurst, Edward, "Covck. Feild," .his 
token, 22, 226. 24, 128. 



Brinkhurst, Robert, murderer and suicide, 13, 
38. Fac simile title page of ** Relation " of 
the crime, 39. Treatment of his remains, 40. 

Brinsbury, flint spear head found at, 9, 116. 

Briouze, priory founded by W. de Braose at, 

10, 101. 

Briscoe, Sir John, Amberlcy possessed by, 17, 
222. His descendants, register of his 
burial, &c, 223. Charles II. harboured by, 
18, 119. 

Briscoe, Waste!, " priory farm " of, 13, 164. 
Estate bought by, 14, 115. 

Bristed, Ezekiel, rector of Newhaven, 9, 91. 

Bristhalmestone vill, provision for lamp and 
candle at Dureford reserved out of, 8, 68. 

Bristol, curious complaint of the Augustinian 
canons of, 2, 230. An ancient custom 
there, 3, 153 note. Ships supplied to the 
king by, 4, 116. Secure from invasion, 

11, 167. Lord Lumley at, 19, 92. Per- 
mitted by Fairfax to rest there, 10 1. 

Bristol, earl of, Ashdown forest granted to, 

(1661) 14, 53, 54. 
Bristol, Thos. Gooch, bishop of, church in- 
scription possibly referring to, 24, 169. 
Bristoldestone manor, Battel abbey possession, 

17, 28. 
Bristow, Robert, ''old glove" of, 15, 196. 

Cinque port baron, 202. 207. 210. 
Bristow, Robert, parish apprentice, Cowden, 

payments on account of, 20, 103. 
Bristow, Robert, arms of, 25, 93* 
Bristow, Thomas, lord of Brede manor, 2, 

167. 
Britain, traditionary landing place of St Paul 

in, 23, 227 note. 
Brithelm, bishop, king Eadwig's grants to, 4, 

72. See Brihthelm. 
Brithric, destruction of the fleet of, 4, 82. 
British Antii^u IT I Es found at Wilmington, 

account of, by Rev. G. M. Cooper, M.A, 

14, 171-175. Locality of the find, 171. 

Description and probable use of the objects 

found, &c, 172-174. Why buried, 174. 

Present place of deposit, 175. 
British, or Romano-British cemetery and re- 
mains,. See Hardham. 
British chieftain, supposed burial place of a, 

9, 119. 123. 
British Coins found in Sussex, Mr. F. 

Dixon on, 1, 26-31. See also, 5, 206. 24, 

164. 
British dwellers in Sussex, 14, 178. 
British Magazine (1839) memoir of a Sussex 

notable in the, 12, 19 fiote, 
British Museum, relics restored to Lewes by 

the, 6, 256. Sussex coast survey in the 

Library, 11, 148. 150. Designer of the old 

museum, 14, 9. 
British Settlement and Walled Tcmdlus 

near Pulborouoh, by P. J. Martin, 9, 108- 



BRITISH. 



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BROCAS. 



1 1 8. Site of the remains, 109. Occasion 
of the discovery, no. Description, result 
of excavations, in, 112. Settlement at 
Winterfidd, i la, 1 13. Object of the walled 
tumulus; Sir R. C. Hoare's views, 113, 
114. Corroborative evidence of its use as an 
habitation, 115. Other and similar en- 
campments, 116. Articles found and de- 
scription of same, 117, 118. 

British urns found, 1, 55-57. 5, 199. 22, 59. 
60. 193-194. 

British villages, ancient, 1, 150. 159 note, 

British or Romano-British villages, excava- 
tions on the site of, 22, 63. 65. 73. 

British and Saxon Names, on the rbtbn- 
TiON in Sussex of, by William Durrant 
Cooper, F.S.A, 7, 1-21. Freedom of Sussex 
from attacks by the Danes, their only 
Sussex settlement, i. Sussex places re- 
taining Danish names, 2. Why they re- 
frained from invading Sussex, 2-4. Pre- 
valence of British or Celtic names, 4. 
Examples of such, 4-6. Saxon names, 
observable dbtinotions between East and 
West Sussex, 6-8. Alphabetical list, 8-1 1. 
Local circumstances determining field- 
names, II. Distinctions of dialect East 
and West, permanence of Saxon families 
in the county, 12. Rise of some to arms- 
bearing positions: names derived from 
places or occupations, 13. Name, lan- 
guage, blood of the county still Saxon, ibid. 
Place-names, farm-names, &c, compounded 
of Saxon elements, 14-20. Saxon family 
names included in pedigrees of Sussex 
visitations, 20, ar. Names, temp, Ric 11, 
whose pedigrees are not given by Berry, 21. 

Britons, workers in iron before Csesar's coming, 
2, 175. 262. Composition of their bronze, 
260 note. Sources whence they obtained 
it, 261, 262. First metal worked by them, 
263. [See Bronze.] Form of their forti- 
fications, 3, 177* Slaughtered by the 
Saxons under ^lla Cissa, 4, 68, 69. Their 
seaboats, 10 1. Obstinate defence of An- 
derida by them, 6, 91. 93. loi. Conse- 
quence of their internal dissensions 24, 
149. See Bdgae. Celtic Britons. Cissbury. 

Brittany, dukes of, and the manor of Crow- 
hurst, 7, 49» SO- 53-55- 

Brittany, John de, reward given to the esquire 
of, 6, 49. King's daughter married by, 7, 50. 
54. His silver fork, 304 note. His arms, 9, 
356. His gifts to Hastings priory, 13, 139. 

Brittany, John of, and his successors dukes of 
Brittany and earls of Richmond, their con- 
nection with the rape of Hastings and 
Burwash, 21, 120. 123. 125. 136. A 
remnant thereof, 133. 

Brittenden, a name given to Anderida by the 
Saxons, 6, 93. 98 note. 



Britton, JeHN, F.S.A, abstract of paper on 
Chichester cross by, 1, 193-195. Curious 
relic possessed by, 2, 262. Paper drawn 
up on Herstmonoeux by, 4, 126. SeeXSr 
177. 

Britton, R. cinque port baron, 15, 193. 

Brius, the men of, at Hastings, 6, 23. 

Brixworth church, Northamptonshire, 5, 314 
Tiote, Charactcrisdcs of its architecture, 
318-320. 338. 

** Broad," site and early owners of the, 9, 173. 

Broad, the, abode of the Calverleys, 11, 196 n. 

Broadbridge house, Bosham, 18, i. 

Broadboume, pool formerly at, 15, 158. 

Broadboume, stream known as the, 16, 353. 

Broadford green, rivulet from, 16, 349. 

Broadhaypenny, explanation of, 18, 1 14 note, 

Broadhurst (or Bradherst) in Horsted, 1, 93. 
137. 140 note, 

Broadhurst, or Bradehurst, Horsted Keynes, 
abp. Leighton's residence at, 11, 6. Suc- 
cessive owners, 6. 1 3 note. Chantry, 106 note, 

Broadhurst, old seat of the Lewknors, 16, 292. 

Broad oak as an inn sign, 10, 190. 191. 

Broadstone lodg^ and walk, Ashdown forest, 
14, 48. 23, 331. Parliamentary survey, 
264-268. 397. 398. 

Broadwater, early lords cf, &c 8, 31. 33. 34. 
Revenues of Easeboume nunnery from, 9, 
3. 4. Halt of the bishop at (1442^ lO, 
106. Yearly value of the manor (141 1) 
133. Campions resident at, 11, 69. Tra- 
der's token, 175. 24, 135. Broadwater 
stream, Tunbridge Wells, 16, 371. Topo- 
graphy, 18, 103, 103. Hundreid oourt leet 
held there, 23, 339 note. Guild-writ, 24, 
393. Broadwater, ancient and modem, 
25, 45 note, 300. See Burton, Dr. Edward. 
Sedgwick castle. 

Broadwater church, de la Wair monuments 
in, 3, 331. 7, 73. Grimm's view, 3, 337. 
An exemplary rector, 11, 33. Dedicadon 
of the church, and bequest of its altars, 12, 
105. The bells, verses on, &c, 16, 177. 
193. 194. 303, 303. Crown presenta^ms, 
21, 47. Monumental brasses, 23,m39. 

Broadway, Thomas, rector, All Saints, Has- 
tings, 23, 98. 99. 

Broadwood, James Shudi, memorial to the 
prioress and sisters of Rusper erected by, 9^ 
303. 25, 334. Monuments and inscrip- 
tions to himself and family, 24, 301. 25, 
330-223. Church rebuilt in remembrance 
of him, 331. 

Broadwood, Rev. John, Sussex sheepshearers* 
songs collected by, 2, 350. 

Broc, M. de, claim of Alex de Dovor against, 
24, 37, 38. Other de Brocs, 38. Soe Brok. 

Brocardes, Brocardescote, 11, 81 note, 

Brocas, Arnold, manor bought by (1430-1) 
12, 43 note. 



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Bnx!as, John, "a Swyere" captured by the 

French (1377) 12, 43 note. 15, 135 note. 

17, 74. 25, 147 note. Owner of Sher- 
rington, 15, an. Bequest of armour to 

him, 25, 147. 
Brocas, Samson, died at Harfleur, 15, 135. 
Brock, Rich, rector, Poynings, 15, 25, 31. 
Brocket-Brocket, Stanes, meadow of, 17, 135. 
Brockett, N ; Geo. Fox at his house, 16, 71. 
Brockley in Deptford, monastery of, 9, 148. 

Its possessions on its junction with the 

Otteham monks at Bayham, 149, 150. 151. 
Brockley (Brocele) Juliana, countess of, her 

benefactions to the Brockley monks, 9, 149- 

Text of her charter, 1 50. 
Brockman, James, cinque port baron, 15, 203. 

207. 
Broderwicke, John, Richard Burre's bequest 

to, 19, 184. 
Brodie, Dr. Alex, vicar, Eastbourne, 14, 130. 
Brodie, Sir Benjamin, error corrected relative 

to an estate bought by, 20, 211. 
Broghill, Roger, baron of, 18, 179. 
Broil park, 14, 82. Forest of la Broille, 17f 

122. 5ee Broyle. 
Brok, Henry atte, proof of age by, 12, 34. 
Brok (Broke or Broc) Nigd de, right of wreck 

held by, 6, 219. Seizure of his manor , 220. 

Deed witnessed by, 9, 245. See 11, 96. 
Broke, J, marriage entry, 14, 246. 
Broke, John, monumental brass, 23, 176. 
Broke, Sir John and others, commissioned to 

retake Bodiam castle, 9, 293. 
Broke, Lucas, atte, Pevensey baron, 17, 66. 
Broke, Richard A, charter joined in by, 22, 

122. Broke, Sir Richard, 18, 129. 
Brokely,Premonstratensian fraternity at, joined 

by that at Otteham, 5, 161, 162. 
Broken heart, story of a, 4, 247. 
Broker, John, proof of age by, 12, 33. 44. 
Brokhurst, John de, deed witnessed by, 25, 

144. 
Brokysby, R, last dean of Hastings, 13, 154. 
Broleo die Leighton (? the Broyle) 14, 233. 
Brom, John de, proofs of the age of, 12, 25, 

36. Notices of the family, 25 note. 
Broman, R, mayor, Chichester (1670) 24,84. 
BromehUl in Romney marsh, cause of the 

destruction of, 4, 130 note. 
Bromer, Robert de, proof of age by, 12, 26. 
Bromet, Dr, archaeological suggestions by, 2, 

376. 
Bromfield, Sir Edward, lord mayor of London, 

2, 168. Thomas and his descendants, lords 

of the manor of Brede, 2, 167. 168. 
Bromfield family, patrons of Rye, 13, 275 . 
Bromfield family, notices of the, pedigree, &c, 

14,115.116.229. Inscriptions, 244. 245. 
Bromham after the battle of Hastings, 2, 57. 
Bromham in Guestling, how acquired by Sir 

Jno. de Stoneling, 24, 37. 



Bromham, Wilts, given to Battel abbey, 17y 
12. 24. Amount of profits, 54. 

Bromhame, Robert de, deed witnessed by, 25, 
142. 

Bromhamme, Simon de, lands of, 14, 213. 

Bromhill (Biomhetle, Promhelle, Promehill, 
Prumhall) destructive effect of inroads of 
the sea upon, 8, 149. 161. Villains, rents, &c, 
given to Robertsbridge abbey, 152, 153. 156. 
See Brumhill. 

Bromhurst, Garagan de, transfer witnessed 
by, 9, 259. 

Bromley, Kent, Roman via at, 14, 177. 

Bromley, Sir Thomas, chief justice, queen 
Mary's directions to, relative to lord Hunt- 
ingdon, 2, 165 note. 

Brompton, the chronicler, on a stratagem of 
bishop Odo, 4, 86. 

Brompton, John, abbot of Gervas, his roll of 
Battle abbey, 6, 9. 

Bronze or Brass Relics, Celts, &c, found 
in Sussex ; Fred. Dixon on : 2, 260-269. 
Proof of the existence of a compound metal 
in early times, 260. Composition of same, 
ibid note. Use of bronze by ancient peoples, 
261-263. The Bronze Age, 263, 264. 
Speculations on some of the relics by M. F. 
Tupper, 265-267. Description of the re- 
mainder, 267-269. 

Bronze helmets, spearheads, brooches, celts, 
&c, &c, exhibited at Chichester in 1853, 8, 
283: 284. 285. 286. 287. 292. 393. 294. 
295. 310. 

Bronze dagger found at Hove, 9, 122. Bronze 
celts, Waldron, 366. 

Bronze Celts and Celt Mould found at 
Wilmington, figured and described by Rev. 
G. M. Cooper, M.A, 14, 171-175. 

Brooches and ringbrooches exhibited at Chi- 
chester, 1853, 8, 284. 296. 305. 306. 307. 

Brook f in Sussex place-names, 7, 8. 14. 

Brook, Verstegan on the andent meanings 
of, 15, 164. Illustrative example, 16, 252. 

Brook, John, king's eschaetor, property res- 
stored to the Hospitallers by, 9i 246. 

Brook, John, lands held by, their yearly value, 
&c. (141 1) 10, 142. 

Brooke, Emily, married to Sir Henry Shi£Ener, 
bart. 17, 91. 

Brooke, F. C, Mr, of Ufford, corrections and 
additions to Mr. Turner's paper on the lost 
towns of Northeye and Hydneye, 21, 220, 
221. Letters of lord Goring communicated 
by, 22, 223. 23» 323. Ambassador's 
account (1611) lent by, 24, 120. 

Brooke, John, Somerset herald, on the Owen 
arms, &c, 7, 22. 26. 

Brooke, Sir Thos, license to crenellate granted 
to, 12, 23 note. Ceremonial observed at a 
reconciliation between his widow and a 
neighbour knight, 23, 24, notes. 



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BROWNE. 



Brooke, Thomas, burial direction of, 12, 98. 

Brooke, Thomas, brother of St. Mary's hospital, 
Chichester, 24, 54. 

Brooke, W. H, drawings illustrative of Sussex 
exhibited by, 8, 324. 

Brooke, Wm. de and widow, 11, 96. 

Brooke, Sir William, 14, 85. 

Brooker, C. S, ** Endleweek rent,'* 24, 220. 

Brooker, John, token of, 24, 220. 

Brooker, T, " English pictur drawer,** 18, 178. 

Brookes, Robert, forest-keeper, 14, 48. Walk- 
keeper, Ashdown forest, lodge, &c, tenanted 
by, 23, 297, 303. 

Biookhurst, or Brockhurst, defunct mancw, 
East Grinstead, 20, 142. 

Brookland, Hastings, 14, 67. Owner, 68. 

Brooklands rents, chapel endowed with, 13, 109. 

Brooks, local meaning of, 17, 187 note. 

Brooks, George, steward to bishop Trevor, 20, 

48. 73- 

Brooks, R, Duddleswell lodge, 24, 190. 200. 

Brooks's (not Brookes's) Club, date of, 10, 40 
note. 

Broomefield family, 9, 85 note. 

Broomer's Hill, Roman pigs of lead found at 
11, 142. 

Broomfields, land impaled at, 11, 66. 

Broomham, in Guestling, 1, 70 note. 

Broomham, 14, 213. Gallows comer, 213 
Tiote, See Bromham. 

Broomhurst, pepper rent for, 11, 106. 

Brostone, Roger de, benefsictor to Wilming- 
ton priory, 4, 41. 

Brotely church, site unknown, given to Box- 
grove priory, 15, 88. 

Brotherhoods, or Brethren, bequests to: of 
our Lady, 12, 73. Of the Floor, 82 note. 
Of St. Christopher, 82 note. 90. 95. Of 
Corpus Christi, 95. '* Fratemitati beatae 
Mariae," 98. ** Fratemitati Sanctae Trini- 
tatis,** 109. 

Brotheryeld, or house of assembly of the 
cinque ports, 12, 162. 192. 

Brothers, custom of giving the same christian 
name to, 3, 44. 53. 

Brougham, lord, on the impolicy of conferring 
certain oiffices on one of the Hoo family, 

8, III. 
Broughton, Richard, M.P. for Lewes, 5, 104. 
Broughton, Sir Thomas, 18, 107. 
-Broughton, on St James of Compostella, 22, 

'43- 
Broune, Philip, armourer, 25, 147. 

Browe, Sir Hugh, helps to rout the Welsh 

rebels, 20, 125. 
Brown, Anthony, lands held of, 13, 100. 
Brown, Edward, singular death of, 17, 62. 
Brown, G. and partner, iron masters, great 

work of theirs still existing, 2, 203. See 206. 
Brown, Sir Humphrey, presiding at the inquest 

rdative to a murder by Lord Dacre, 19, 1 75. 



Brown^ John, diarist Turner's reflections on 
the death <k, 11, 207. 

Brown, J, an esquire at Agincourt, 15, 130. 

Browne, arms of, 13, 24. See Montagu. 

Browne, Alexander, Owen and Montague 
MSS. lent and exhibited by, 7f 28. 8, 
336. On the remains of the castle of the 
Bohuns at Midhurst, 20, 175-178. 

Browne, Ambrose, manor sold pursuant to 
statute by, 9, 181. 

Browne, Andrew, Maresfield, 24, 208. 

Browne, Anthony and wife, Filsham rents 
granted to, 14, 115. 

Browne, Sir Anthony (pb, 1548) grantee of 
Battle abbey, Hastings castle, and Brede 
manor, 2, 166, 167. [See 166 notes.] Pro- 
gramme, &c, of the funeral pageant of, by 
Rev. Edw. Turner, 6, 54-56. 7, 29 note. 
Priory site granted to him, 41 note. Pic- 
tures painted by his order, 10, 202. Has- 
tings college and prebends g^ranted to, 13, 
141. 151. Payment due from him, 152. 
Poynings granted to, 15, 18. Fate of a 
descendant, 19. Crown commissioner, 16, 
155 note. Erections at Battel abbey by, 17, 
51, 52. Chinting granted to, 163. In- 
herits the Midhurst property, 20, 21. 27. 
Tradition connected with his acquisition of 
church property, 210. Rent payable in 
Winchelsea to, 23, 32. See 25, 214. 

Browne, Sir Anthony, afterwards vise. Mon- 
tague, Edw. VL entertained by, 10, 201. 
Attached to the old faith, 202. Cause of 
his wife's early death, 202 note. See Brownes. 

Browne, Benjamin, arms quota of, 11, 225. 

Browne, col. and alderman, at Arundel and 
Chichester, 5, 41. 44. Gratitude of Chas. 
II. to him, 44 note. 

Browne, Frances, ghost seen by, 14, 3$, 34. 

Browne, Sir George, treason and conspiracy 
charged on, 9, 293. 17, 80. Estate taken 
from, 13, 89. 

Browne, Henry, peerage claimed by, 18, 92. 

Browne, Henry, Cowden, parish payments to, 
20, 104. 106. **To relieve him and his 
family in these deare times," 107. " To the 
sexton for his buryal," 108. 

Browne, James, Cowden, 20, loi. Cowden, 
free gifts to the poor by John Browne, io6. 

Browne, John, Sussex iron master, 2, 207. 

Browne, John, why fined, 7i 99. 

Browne, John, of Newham, Steyning, author, 
query relative to, 9, 369. 

Browne, John, vicar of Rye (1554) 13, 273. 

Browne, John, Maresfield, 14, 59. 169. 

Browne, J, tinker, quakers ill used by, 16, 123. 

Browne, John, drummer, Seaford, 17, 152. 

Browne, John, Sussex chronologist, 18, 37. 

Browne, John, curiously entitled work by, 25, 
208 note, 

Browne, Rev. Lewis, 12, 66. 



BROWNE. 



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BR YD ONE. 



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Browne, two sisters Maiy, daughters of lord 
Montague, husbands of, &c, 7, 173. 179. 

Brown, Mr, on the mention of Sussex ports in 
early Venetian charts, 20, 224, 225. 

Browne, Mr, schoolmaster, Brighton andlind- 
field, 23, 47. 48. 

Browne, R, M.P. for Winchelsea, 8, 234. 

Browne, Richard (1534) bequests to his church 
by, &c, 12, 89 no/e. Browne, Richard, 
bell bequest by (1544) 13, 87. 16, 190. 
Browne, Richsird, bailiff, Lewes, quakers 
arrested by, 16, 93. 94. 98. 122. 

Browne, Richard Lewis, M.A, arrangement 
made on the voidance of Westboume vicar- 
age by, 22, 93. 112. See 97 note, 

Browne, of Rype, will drawn up in a foolish 
manner by, 9, 190. 

Browne, old, bequest to, 14, 169. 

Browne, Sir Thomas, on gravestones, 8, 129. 
A believer in witches, 13, 225. 

Browne, T, editor of bishop Curteys' sermons, 
10, 54 note, 

Browne, Wm. vicar, Eastbourne, 14, 129. 

Browne, Wm. baptism proved by, 15, 59. 

Browne, William, Cowden, relief to, *' for 
making his pettiooate and mending his 
pillow," 20, loi. Browne, W. Withyham 
and Buxted, 24, 200. 203. 

Brownes, descent of Cowdray to the, 5> 179. 
Honour conferred on the third Sir Anthony, 
ibid. The second Sir Anthony and Hol- 
bein, 182. His portrait by Oliver, 183. See 
Browne, Sir Anthony. 

Brownes, viscounts Montague, See Montague. 

Browne's brook, 24, 194. 

Browne's lodge, Ashdown forest, 14, 51. 

Browns, dispossessed of their property by a 
troublesome friend, 8, 127, 128. 

Browns, monuments at Uckfield to the, 12, 20. 

Brownsbury, John, bell bequest by, 12, 82 note, 
16, 190. 

Brownswerd, John, master of king Edw. VI's 
grammar school, Macclesfield, 9, 319 note. 

Brownyng, William, subsidy commissioner, 
Rye, 19, 150. 

Broyle, derivation of, 3, 55. 

Broyle, Chichester, Roman military way at 
the, 11, 127. 129. Foss traced to the, 15» 
86. See Chichester Broyle. Depemarsb. 

Broyle, the, and Broyle park, Ringmer, inn 
sign near, 10, 190. Diarist Turner's mis- 
hap, 11, 195. Ouse tributary, 15, 162. 
Inclosure act, 16, 284. Extent of the 
mansion, park and woods, 20, 36. See 
14, 161. 233. 235. 

Bruce arms quartered with the Culpepers', 10, 

156. 

Bruce, John, F.S.A, 18, 170. 173. 

Bruce, Dr. John Collingwood, F.S.A, 6, 16 
note. On Bosham church in the Bayeux 
tapestry, 19j 75. Illustrative remark, 77 



note. On the character of Harold's Edith, 
80. See 83. 

Bruce, lord, killed in a duel, 11, 34* 

Bruce, Robert and Edward, their doings in 
Scotland, England and Ireland, 4, 115, 
116. Edward's end, 117. See Brus. 

Bruce, Robert, 14, 1 73. His helmet, 25, 8. 

Brucke, Wm. a, presented for " stclyng" 7, 96. 

Brudeford, John de, land given to Dureford 
abbey by, 8, 68. 

Brudenel, Gen. at Charlton hunt, 15, 79. 

Brudnell, hon. Jas, master of the king's Jewel 
office, 15, 204. 

Brugauel-penj/f various derivations suggested 
of, 9, 230. 231. 

Bruges, John de, seal of, 5, 205. 

Bruges, sepulchral brasses at, 8, 341, 342. 
Wools shipped to, 10, 72. Formula on 
tombs at, 22, 131. Seizure and release of 
ships from, 23, 23. Plunder of its mer- 
chants by cinque ports men, 30. Curious 
lock at, 24, 293. 

Brugham, Robert, rent paid to the templars 
by* 9, 263. 

Bruis, Isabdla, object of gift to Dureford 
abbey by, 8, 67. 

Bruises, a herbal cure for, 10, 20 note. 

Brum, Wm, land possessed by, 10, 112. 

Brumhill, formerly Promhill, a submerged 
island, 22, 187. See Bromhill. 

Brunhard, H, subsidy commissioner, 15, 71. 

Brunswick line, touching for the evil not 
practised by the, 25, 211. 

Brus, Adam de, condition of his gift of a 
manor to Henry de Percy, 14, 3 note, 

Brushet, Wm, burial direction of, 12, 98. 

Brussels, derivation of, 15, 164. 

Bruton, prior of ; subsidy, 5, 236. Rent paid 
by Boxgrove to Bruton abbey, 15, 120. 

Bryan, Alexander, Buxted, 24, 200. 

Bryan, George, his charge for a new com- 
munion table, Lindfidd, 19, 43. 

Bryan, John, bell bequest by, 16, 152. 190. 

Bryan, Thomas and Alaxand, rents charged 
on lands of, 23, 309. 

Bryan, William, surreptitious removal of 
horses deposed to by, 10, 58. 

Bryant, Jacob, character of, his liberal bequests, 
&c, 10, 39. Letters from him in the Charl- 
ton house collection, 39, 39 note, 40, 44. 
On Sir T. Wilson's hastiness of temper, 5 2. 

Bryant, Wm. and Ferdinando, quakers mulcted 
and harassed by, 16, 79. 85. 87. 107. 

Brychwalton, patronage of, 17t 24. 

'* Bryde-paists," use and meaning of, various 
writers on, &c, 8, 137, 139. See Paste. 

Brydges, Sir Egerton, church monumental 
inscriptions printed by, 11, 229. On the 
origin of the Ashbumhams, 24, 2. 

Brydone's narrative of a Petworth emigration 
venture, 18, loi. 



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Brydone, H. G, thanks due to, 24, 119 note, 

Brymwyche, Thomas, at Aginoouit, 15, 135. 

Bubb, afterwards Bubb-Dodington, a cinque 
port baron, 15, 202. 207. 210. 

*' Bublie," a Saxon cry at Hastings, 6, 1 7. 40. 

Bucgrenora, Saxon name for Bognor, 25, 
113. 115. 119. 5ee Bognor. 

Bnch, R. le, M.P. for Chichester, 24, 67 note, 

Buchan, lady, caves in Scotland utilized by, 
13, 304. 

Buchanan, Scottish historian, on Dionethus 
and Conan, 4, 12. ^ 

Buchier, Robm and John, Rye barons, 17, 1 25. 

Bud (Baci) Hugh, benefactor to Dureford 
abbey, 8,51. 66. 

Bud, W, R, and H. de, gift deeds witnessed 
by, 10, 113. 115. 116. See Bucy. Buzi. 

Buck, W. H. Meade, vicar of Sutton with 
Seaford, 17, 161. 

Buck's views of ancient castles, &c, 4, 167. 1 70. 
Bodiam castle, 9, 298. Battel abbey, 17, 5 1. 

Buckerell, Andrew, arrest of his ship, 23, 24. 

Buckenham, John, incumbent, Racton,23, 16. 

Buckhall (Buckholt) furnace at, 18, 16. 

Buck Hall, Cowdray, and death place 
OP Viscount Montague, by Sir S. D. 
Scott, Bart, F.S.A, fiO, 203. Damage 
done by the great storm of 1703 to, and in 
the vidnity of, the hall, 204. Error in the 
received accounts as to the spot at which 
ord Montague and his friend were drowned. 
Statement of a still (1867) living eye-wit- 
ness, 205-207. Account published at the 
time, 208. Solution of the puzzle: John 
Wilson Croker*s blunder and a local in- 
habitant's jumble, 209. Mr. Haydon's 
description of the spot and Mr. G. Wright's 
melodramatic versification of an old legend, 
210. An error of Mr. Wright's; relics of 
the Montagues, 211. Mr. HoUoway's per- 
sonal recollections of the hall, 22, 187. 188. 

Buckhold nest, site of, 23, 277. 

Buckholt (Buckholde) furnaces in, 3, 241. 243. 

Buckholt manor, annual value, temp. Hen. 
VIII, 11, 63. 

Buckholt in Bexhill, 14, 213. 219. 

Buckholt, see Bockholt. 

Buckhurst, origin of the name, 9, 126. 

Buckhurst, 14, 49. Beech trees, 61. Resi- 
dence of the Sackvilles, 216. 

Buckhurst park, 24, 193. Lands allotted to, 
209. 

Buckhurst and the Sackvilles, 16, 271. 

Buckhurst (Buckherst) lord, furnaces held by, 
3, 242. 

Buckhurst, lord, Sussex in special charge of, 

11, 154. 
Buckhurst, lord, disqualified as M.P. ''for 

deserting the service of the house," 20, 154. 

Buckhurst, lords, lands assigned by, 25, 41. 

116 note. 



Buckhurst, Thomas Sackville, lord, 5, 191* 
195. His difficulties relative to an antici- 
pated visit from Q. Eliz, 192. Michelham 
property acquired by him, 6, 161. 162. 163. 
Land bought of W. Wybum by, 8, 25. 
Charge of sedition against him and his 
attorney, 9, 139-144. Freeholder of Box- 
grove manor, 225. Grantee of Lindfield, 
329. Closes occupied by, 14, 99. Mansion 
built by, 17, 259. Manor granted to, 19, 
22. His only known autograph, 112 note. 
Reason why Queen Elizabeth gave Knole 
to him, 162. See Sackville. See 6, 160. 
13, 96. 14, 85. 17, 258. 

" Bucking," see Washing. 

Buckingham, duke of, temp. K]c III, penalty 
inflicted on an adherent of, 13 89. 

Buckingham, Humphrey, duke of, 18, 34. 

Buckingham, Villiers duke of, peerage con- 
ferred at the request of, 11, 66. Petition 
presented to him, as lord-warden, by the 
dnque ports barons, 15, 200. 

Buckland, Gualterus, Oxford matriculation 
entry of, 9, 364. 

Buckle, see Pelham Buckle. 

Buckler, J, publications by, 18, 97. 106. 

Buckman, professor, antiquities from Ciren- 
cester exhibited by, 8, 296. 317. 

Buckner, Dr. John, bishop of Chichester, his 
seasonable caution to a curate, 19, 162. 

BuckstaU's poaching implements, 19, 175 note, 

Buckstead and Buckstye, origin of the names 
of, &c, 9, 126. 14, 49. Yearly value (1649) 
of lands, 19, 208. See Buxted. 

Bucksteep outborough, 6, 59, andent way of 
spelling the word, 15, 157. 

Bucksteep (Warbleton), local act. Battel abbey 
lands in, 17, 9. 171* 

Buckwell, Dick, wager on, 25, 175. 

Buckwell, William, 25, 171. 

Buck wish ty thing, rental of, 241. 

Bucy, Sir H. de, division of estate of, 12, 31 
note. See Bud. Buzi. 

Budd, T, quaker, hard usage of, 16, 88. 

Budd, Wm, churchwarden, Ninfield, 17, 63. 

Budd, old Harry, and Charlton hunt, 15, 79. 

Budde, J, torch-holder at a baptism, 12, 43. 

Buddington (Bodington) manor, bequeathed 
by Sir D. Owen, 7, 31. Its site, ibid note, 

Buddington tithes given to Sele priory, 10, 1 14. 

Budgen, Mr, pretender to and practitioner of 
physic, his sneezing powder, &c, 10, 20. 
Tobacco for Dr. Budgen, 25, 18^. 

Budgen, Richard, Map op Sussex by (1724) 
with introduction, Ac, by W. S. Ellis, 25, 
85-100. Peculiar value of the map, 85. 
Title, dedication, '&c, 86, 87. Character 
given to the map by its heraldic illustra- 
tions, 89, 90. Catalogue of the arms and 
their bearers, 92-100. See 2, 203. 6, 77. 
87. 11, 69. 



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Badlett's commoiii moated field near^ 14| 170. 
Buelld manor, Radnorshirei custom on a 

tenant's daughter's marriage in, 6, 170. 
Bug^ie, Wm. de, benefactor to Otteham abbey, 

5, 157. 
Buggelygh and Ambeford manor, yearly 

value (141 1) 10, 143. 
Buggs bulkes, quit rent, 23f 289. 
Bugshill (in Salehurst) furnace at, 18) 15. 
Building, an exciting cause to the " bravery " 

of, 11, 1. 
Bukerton rectory, 11, 116. 
Bulfincb, Laurance, proof of age by, 12, 36. 
Bulgarian manuscripts at Parham, 25} 11. 
Bulingtune, Battle abbey lands in, 17, 9. 
Bulke, Thomas, singular bequest by, 4, 305. 
Bulkeham, Agnes, benefactor to St. Mary's 

hospital, Chichester, 24, 43. 
Bull, Dick, of Ketches, 25, 1 74. 
Bull, Mr, of Lindfield, manuscript journal 

lent by, 3, 117. How it came to him, 1 18. 
Bull, Ralph, nonagenarian, 14, 247. 
Bull, widow, dead, 25) 172. 
BuUbeck, John, hanged, 24, 143. 
Bullen, or BuUeyn, Ann, see Ann Boleyn. 
Bullen (BuUeyn) George, furnaces held by, 3, 

242. 244. BuUejm, Sir Geofiry, ancestor of 

GL Eliz. and husband of Anna Hoo, 8, 118. 

His bequest to a nun cousin, 118 note. 
BuUeyn, Sir WilUam, Hoo estates entered on 

by, 8, 127. Error in the finding, 127 note, 
BuU-hide, legendary origin of the hide of land 

from, 9t 278 Ttote. 
BuUisdon, bell-founder, 16* 151 note. 196. 
Bnllman, John (of Hartfidd) armada contri- 
bution, 1, 37. 
BuUocke, J, cottage tenanted by, 23) 302. 
Bullocks hyU, Hastings 14, 97. 98. 
Bullocks depasturing upon the 'Mease," 6,231. 
BuU ring and bull baiting at Petworth, 19) 

137. A London advertisement, ibid. Cruel 

municipal Fcgulation, 138. 
Bulls, papal ; of capacity to Easeboume, 9) 

19. Of exemption, and for other purposes, 

to Bayham) 1 7 1 . 1 79. Of confirmation to, 

and for dissolution of the ordcc of, the 

templars, 227. 274. 
Bull's head inn at Boreham and Goring, 10, 

187. 188. 
BuUyn, Raffe, his charge for Lindfield clock, 

19) 38. 

Bulverhythe (Bulwareth, Bulwareheth, Bole- 
wardesheth) 1, 15. Its present condition, 
16. Fanciful derivation of, 9) 278 note. 
Fatal affray with smugglers at, 10* 83. 
Suggested defences for Bulverhythe point, 
11, 152. The prebend of, 13) 145. Site, 
&c, 146. Messuage in, 14, 81. Origin of 
the name, 117. Ruined church and ancient 
haven, 117, 118. The "haven of Bulwcr," 
15) 156. Member of Hastings port, 19) 3. 



Probable error of Mr. Hussey, 6, 7. Crown 
presentations, 21, 47. 56. Island anciently 
in Bulverhithe bay, 146. 

" Bumboo," a drink, 11, 188. 

Bumdon, J. incumbent, Chiddingly, 14, 348. 

BuNCTON. Grant of part of a wood in 
Cealtborgsteal by Eadwulf, dated from 
the Hill of Biohchandounb, A.D. 791, 
by W. H. Blaauw, F.S.A, 8, 177-188. 
Translation and latin text of Ealdwulf's 
deed, 184. Physical features of the hUl ; 
Buncton chapel site, and finds thereon, 185, 
186. Compression of the ancient name into 
Buncton; parallel instances, 186. See 
Borstal. Cealtborgsteal. 

Buncton, crown presentation to, 12, 256. 

Buncton chapel bell, 16, 203. Stream, 250. 

Buntesgrove^ Aldwin de, 1, 139. Name in 
Domesday and other particulars, ibidf note. 

Buonaparte, surreptitious correspondents at 
Bexbill of, 10, 79. See Bonaparte. 

Burbeche manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 139. 

Burbeech, see Brede. 

Burcester, John and Elizabeth, manor pos- 
sessed by, 21, 127. 

Burcestre, Sir William, second husband of 
Margaret de Braose, 8, 99 note. 

Burches, or Burchetts, remains of, 14, 330. 

Burchett, Mr, of the Admiralty, 25, 70. 71. 

Burcholte, patronage of, 17, 24. 

Burden, Reginald, arms quota of, 11, 226. 

Burdet, Caleb, arms quota of, 11, 227. 

Burdet family, quaint memorial to a daughter 
of the, 23, 187. 

Burdett, Charles Sedley, drowned at the falls 
of Laufenburg, 5, 184. 20, 305* 206. 208. 

Burdett, Sir Francis, 17, 327. 

Burdett, Richard, of Southover, 20, 66. 

Burdett, R, constable of Lewes, 24, 96. 97. 

Burdett, WiUiam (of Southover?) Armada 
contribution, 1, 35. 

Burdfield, John, burial direction by, 12, 106. 

Burdigal, Gerold de, warrant for payment for 
wine issued to, 23, 23. 

Burditt, slain by a ** peece wch brake," and 
the spirits at Rye, 14, 29. See 30 note. 

Burford, Sir John, coheiress married by, 12, 
32 nott. 

Burg, Burgh, Burgo, Hubert de. Justiciary of 
England, temp. K. John, Maison Dieu at 
Dover founded by, 1, 176 note. Dover de- 
fended against "Mai Voisin" by, 3, 7. His 
services to bishop Ralph NeviU, 37. 38. His 
chamberlain, 73. His successful naval 
stratagem, 4, 105, 106. Made warden of 
the cinque ports, 137. Letters from earl de 
Warenne to, 6, no. 11 3. Aldrington 
vested in him, 12, 120. Sussex church 
granted by him to Walsingham priory, 21* 
26. See 17) 73. 

Burg) Richard, incumbent, Amberley,17) 334. 



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Burgagers' claim, Pcvensey marshes, 24, 369. 

Burgavenny, G. Neville, lord, commissioner of 
sewers (1534) 10, 96. 

Burgedse, S. de, charter witnessed by, 6, 132. 

Bargeham, Kent, part of the De Say posses- 
sions, 17, 73. 

Burgelay, given by king John to Simon de 
WelU, 22, 181. 

Burgers, Osbert de, arrest and release of the 
ship of, 23, 25. 

Burges, Elizabeth, certificated for the royal 
touoh, 25, 210. 

Burgess hill church bell, 16, 231. 

Burgess, Henry, Isaac, and Jasper, Cowden : 
parish entries relative to fines on Henry, 
20» 108, 109. 

Burgess, Jas. chwden, Maresfield, 14, 161. 

Burgess, Mr, treasure trove claimed by, 11, 
217. Thos. le, gifts of lands by, 11, 102. 

Burgesses of Lewes, number belonging to 
Edward the Confessor, and other lords, &c, 
21, 91 note, 94. 

Burgeys, Walter, licensed to found a chantry 
at Horsham, 22, 153. 

Burgh castle, Norfolk, 6, 99. 

Burghf or Bury, in Sussex place-names, 7, 8. 

Burgh, Richard de, commander of the cinque 
ports fleet, 4, 114. Burgh (Borough) 
Thomas lord, infidelity of the wife of, 7, 
36 note, 

Burgherse (Burwash) Herbert and Reginald 
de, their long litigation with Robertsbridge 
abbey, 8, 157. ^ 

Burghersh of Burwash, arms of, 6, 82. 

Burghersh, barons, their ancient seat, 15, 151. 

Burghersh family, genealogy of the, 21, 1 26. 
See Berghersh. Burwash. 

Burghersh, license to repair, 13f 112. 

Burghill, one of the Chiddingly seven hills, 
14, 207. Its derivation, 209. Surname 
derived from, 213. Family seated at, 230. 
Lands attached to, 233. Burghill and 
Burghole farm church marks, 238. 239. 
Former and present owners, 24, 253 note. 

Burgh hill, and Anderida, Prof. Airy on, 6, 
106 note, 

Burghill, Mr. Millar of, 11, 186. 

Burghill, the Millers of. See Miller. 

Burghley, or Burleigh, William lord, letters of 
lord Huntingdon to, asking for help, 2, 165 
note. Number, income, &c, of retainers 
kept by, 7, 174. 15, 71 >«o/e. Painting of 
a court presi ded over by, 8, 3 20. Parentage 
of his wife, 10, 204 note. On the defences 
of the south coast, 11, 148. 149. 153. 154. 
157,1 58. Weston's. petition to him, 14, 96. 
Annuity exacted from St. Mary's hospital 
by him, 24, 253 note. His portrait at Par- 
ham, 25, 15. See Cecil, Sir William. 

Burghley papers, reference to Battel abbey 
deaneiy in the, 17, 37. 



Burgmair, Hans, breastplate engraved by, 
25, 10. 

Burgoyne, gen. sir John, 21, 88. 

Bargoyne, Thomas, 18> 34. 

Burgundy, Margaret, duchess, and John, duke 
of, diplomatic transactions with, 8, 107, 
108. 115. 

Burgys, Denis, Sussex martyr, 17) 165. 

Burham, Kent, church bell, 16, 143. 

Burial customs among the South Britons, 1, 
56. Under yew trees, 77 Ttote, Interval 
between death and burial in later times, 
109 note. Burial tax, 3, 132. Burials 
without coffins, 4, 279. Wearing appard 
received as burial fees, 237. Burials ''without 
any burial," 14, 247, Early usa^e as to 
burials in churches, 17» 126 note. Query 
suggested by the term *' burial porch,*' 25, 
124. Burial in the highway, 157. Forfdt to 
the poor for a burial in linen, 194. 

Burials in woollen, 4, 235. Penalty for 
neglect of the statute, 285, 286. Date of 
the statute, 285 note. Form of oath, 286. 
Origin of the statute, 18, 191. Fine for 
non-compliance, and form of affidavit of 
compliance, 192. Vicar's certificate, remi- 
niscence of an old nurse, &c, 193. See 18, 
190. 20, 113. 25, 129 note, 135. 

Burials and burial places among the Romans 
and Romano-Britons, 14, 176. 16, 61, 
62. 22, 232. See Prelustoric burial. 

Burienam, conduct of a vicar of, 12, 260. 

Burke's ** Armoury," extracts relative to the 
Ashbumhams, &c, from, 6, 85. 

Burket's " Poor Man's Help," 9, 188. 

Burkitt, A. H, F.S.A, 3, 220 note. 

Burlaoey, Wm, "gent scrvt " to Lord Mon- 
tagu, poll tax on, 15, 71. Question rela- 
tive to, 7 1 note. 

Burleigh-(or Burly-) arches and Linvill (Lin- 
field) hundred, 11, 228. 16, 49. 

Burleigh, lord. See Burghley. 

Burlington, Eliz. dow. countess of, 13, 276. 

Burlington, earl of, banqueting room ucsigned 
by, 15, 76. 

Burlington, G. A. Cavendish, earl of, 4, 59. 

Burlington, Wm. Henry, earl of, lands and 
manors sold by, 2, 168. 

Burlington, Wm. Cavendish, earl of, permis- 
sion to explore Pevensey castle granted by, 
6, 274. An exploration at his cost, 281. 

Burlunz, W. de, gift to Sele priory by, 10, 1 16. 

Burmarsh church bells, 16, 146. 

" Bum," in Sussex place names, 7y 8. 14. 

Bum, Dr, on the portarius of an abbqr, 9, 
158 Tiote, On obvention, 174 note. 

Bum, Mr. J. H, on leaden tokens, 11, 172. 

Bum (not Bume) on the expensiveness 
of collections by briefs, 21, 210. 

Bum's *' Registmm eodesiae parochialis," 4^ 
250 note. 



BURN. 



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BURRELL. 



Bam. See Borne. Bourne. Eastbourne. 
Bomaby, John, prior of Durhanii circulation 

of the obituary roll of, 9, 13. 
Bamards of Bedfordshire, arms borne by the, 

24, 29. See Barnard. 
Bame, John de la, gift to Bayham abbey by, 

9, 154- 
Bumell, John, chantry benefited by a bequest 

by, 12, 139. 
Burnet, bishop, on the excesses at the restora- 
tion of Ch. II, 1, 83 Tiote, On the illiberal 
construction put on the conventicles act, 
106 note. On Gunning, bishop of Chichester, 
no note. On the disabling bill, 116 note. 
On the immigration of the Palatinates, 3, 
159 note. Unusual compliment paid by a 
congregation to, 4, 354. On Battel abbey, 

17,48. 
Burnett, Robert, bell benefactor, 16, 188. 

Burnopp, Richard, incumbent of East Grin- 
stead, 20, 147. 

Burpham, earthworks and British encamp- 
ment at, 3, 174. 176. 9, 113. Account of 
an ancient canoe found at, 10, 147-150. 18, 
72. [See Canoe.] Wepham hamlet, 11, 93. 
Query as to dedication of church, bequests 
thereto, &c, 12, 85. Church bell, 16, 203. 
River scenery, 258. Chief freeholder (1734) 
and his present representative, 23, 75. 

Burrage, W, diarist Turner's reflection on the 
crime and proposed punishment of, 11, 208. 

BuRRB Richard, his Tomb in Somptino 
Church, by M. A. Lower, M.A, F.S.A, 19, 
180. Workmanship of the tomb ; identi- 
fication of the arms thereon, 181- 183. The 
occupant of the tomb and his will, 183, 
184. Family of the name still at Sompting, 
184. See, 3, 112. 

Burrell arms inn, lO, 187. 

Burrell, family of the name formerly at 
Westbourne, 22, 88. 

Burrell, Sir Charles Merrik, Bart, M.P, 
old masonry bought by, 2, 63. On docu- 
ments relating to Knbpp Castle, 3, 1-12. 
5f 143-146. Seal possessed by him, 5, 
198. Survey of Sedg^ck in possession of, 
8, 38 note. 

Burrell, Frances, marriage of, 17, 89. 

fiurrell (or Borell) Gerard, archdeacon of 
Chichester (1446) first settler of the family 
in Sussex, 2, 114 note. 3, 117. 

Burrell, lady, lines on Bramber by, 16, 250. 
Volumes published by, 18, 106. Her lines 
on the finding of Gundrada's tomb, 136. 

Burrell, Sir Meryk, bart, sculptured memorial 
at Westgrinstead to, 22, 11. 

Burrell (or Burwell) Nynyan, furnace held by, 
3, 242. 

Burrell, Sir Percy, bart, residence of, 22, i. 
Why absent from the society's meeting at 
Knepp, 2. 



Burrell, Peter, 3, 128. Aristocratic marriages 
of his great grandchildren, ifnd note. Cinque 
ports baron, 15, 202. 207. 

Burrell, Thomas, of Lindiield, 2, 116. 

Burrell, Timothy, curate of Twineham, 2, 
114. 116. Rector of Slaugham, 118. 

Burrell, Timothy, of Oakendean (or Ocken- 
den) Extracts from the Journal and 
AccouNT-BooK of, annotated by Robert 
Willis Blencowe, 3, 11 7-1 72. His remote 
ancestor, 117. His birth, marriages, cha- 
racter, &c, 1 18. Why he revoked his be- 
quests to his son-in-law, ibid. Peculiarities 
of his journal ; its pictorial accompani- 
ments, 119. His servants, their wages, 
&c, 120. 123. 125. 127. I33^'34• 136- H7« 
170. Amusing references to John Lord, 
his drunken coachman, 135. 136. 148. 149. 
150. 155. 161. 165. Thieving and "faulty" 
maids, 128. 142. Travelling and sojourn- 
ing expenses, 120. X2i. 125. 126. 128. 
Rates and taxes, tithes, Easter offerings, 
&c, 121. 122. 123. 125. 129. 131. 135. 109. 
Payments for agricultursd produce, 121- 
123. 128. 130. 134. 137. 151. 155. 163. 
Cattle, sheep, and pigs, 130. 132. 139. 148. 
149. 160.166. Horses, 123. 129. 135. 169. 
Labourers and mechainics, 120 note. 124. 

137* 135* 13^* 140* 143* Wines and 
spirits, 121. 122. 150. 160. Honey and 
mead, 137. 138. 148. Beer brewings — 
"Pandoxavi" — 139 note. 168. Gifts to 
foreign protestant refugees, &c, 121. 123. 
146. 158. 159. 164. Donations to the poor, 
122. 123. 127. 133 note. 147. 149. 151. 155. 
161. 162. Special resolution in a time of 
dearth, 159. Presents from friends and 
neighbours, 1 23- 1 7 1 . Field utensils, fence 
repairs, &c, 127. 134. 139. 147. 151. 152. 
Wearing apparel for himself and others, 

129. 133. 135. 137 note. 144. 148. 150. 151. 
154. 155. 160. 161. 163. 167. 170. Phy- 
sickings, 141, 143, 149, 155, 161 notes. 
Christmas dinners to friends and neigh- 
bours, his guests, bills of fare, &c, 126. 

130. 152. 153. 156. 160. 163. 167-169. 
Birth of his daughter, 131. Tax paid 
thereon, 132. Dancing lessons for her, 
143. 145. Death of his wife, 132. His 
complaint against his sister, 140, 141 notes* 
Self -condemnatory confessions, 141, 151 
notes. A spendthrift kinsman, 142 note* 
Acts of charity towards insane persons, 133 
note. 135. 136. His miller, 158. i6i« 
Gives over housekeeping : last entry in the 
jourfllif, 171. His epitaph, ibid. His 
exemplary will, 172. 

Burrell, Timothy (the above) reference to in 
the letters of his tutor (naturalist Ray) 10, 
15. 16. 17. 21. 33. 25. 31. His contribu- 
tion to Ray's monument, 27. His intimacy. 



BURRELL. 



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BURTON. 



and dealings with Anthony Stapley, 23» 

36. 37. 41. 53. 67. Called " Counsellor 
Burrell," 25, 172. 173. 178. 180. A post 
mortem culogium on him, 182. See 2, 
114 no/tf. 115. 4,272. 11,179. 17,90. 

Burrell, W, jun, co-feof!ee, Lewes, 13, 30. 

Burrell, Walter, Sussex iron master, 2, 200. 
Site of the family's works, 209. Improved 
husbandry operations of, 4, 268. Iron- 
works information furnished to John Ray 
by, 10, 31 note, Leonard Gale agreeably 
deceived in him, 12, 48. His seat, 22, i. 
Mansion erected by him, 10. Memorial to 
him at Wcstgrinstead, 11, 

Burrell, Walter, of Cuckfield, 24, 239 note, 

Burrell, Walter, of Wickham, arms of, 25, 93. 

Burrell, Sir William, bart ; citations from or 
references to the Sussex topographical col- 
lections of; 1, 3. On Mayfield, 2, 243. 
Penhurst, 3, 226. Framfield church and 
the Durrants, 4, 295. 297. 303. South- 
mailing, 5, 140. Rusper priory, 250. His 
mbtake relative to Sir D. Owen, 7, 24. On 
the derivation of Robertsbridge, or Rother- 
bridge, 8, 144. On Worth church, 235. 
Easeboume priory seal, 9, 32. The Vinall 
family, 76 note. Particulars relative to Bay- 
ham, 179, 180, 181. Buxted, 211. 216. 
217. Bodiam, 285. 301. 301. On Wake- 
hurst place, 10, 153. On Hautbois manor, 
11, 51 note. On the Pierpoint monument, 
77, 78. Urn given to him, 14, 126. His 
version of parson Darby's hole, 13&. On 
the Battel abbey arms, 17, ss* ^^ 57* 74* 
On points connected with the history of 
Burwash, 21, 126. 127. 129. 130. His 
monument by Flaxman, 11. His visit to 
Westbourne, 83. Drawing of Shermanbury 
in his collections, 161. Sussex pionu mentad 
brasses, 23, 144. 145. 150. 161. 170. 
Condition of the gift of these MSS. to the 
British Museum, 318. Origin of the col- 
lection and contents of the volumes, 319. 
320. Sussex MSS. bequeathed to him by 
Mr. Elliott, 24, 93. On the Naldrett 
family, 288. South Bersted, 25, 112. 113- 
118. See 13, 81. 82. 91. 100. 14, 7. 
22. 129. 134. 211, 227, no/ef. 245. 19, 

37. 22, 9. 25, 103. 108. 109. 
Burrough, llios, lord, on the defence of the 

south coast, 11, 160, 161. 
Burroughs, Edward, quaker, his ** Satan's de^ 

sign defeated," 16, 74. 
Burry, Thos. mayor of Chichester, 24, 81. 
Burry, Thomas, Fletching, 24, 205. 
Burry, Mr. and Mrs, 25, 181. 182. 186. 190. 
Burscogh, crimes of a prior of, 15, 18. 
Burry, Walter, M.P. for Shoreham, 19, 184. 
Bursegaud (Burgesando) seneschal of France, 

captured by a Sussex man at Agincourt, 

15, 126. 127. 



Burstoe, widow, survey of lands of, rental 
thereof, &c, 23, 284. 288. 290. Proper 
spelling of the name, 284 note, 

Burt, Edmund, 25, 202. 

Burt, Jno, attorney to lord Maltravers while at 
Ag^ncourt, 15, 136. 

Burt, John, death of the wife of, 23, 70. 

Burt, Martha, marriage entry, 14, 150. 

Burt, " my lord," a farrier, 25, 169. 180. 

Burt, R. S, tokens communicated by, 14, 265. 

Burtenshaw, E. Lewes headborough, 16, 107. 

Burtenshaw, H, 25, 171. R. Burtenshaw, 
177. 179. '* One Burtenshaw" burnt out, 
192. " Two of the Burtenshaws," iWd. 

Burtenshaw, Thomas, schoolmaster, 23. 48. 

Burtenshaw, Thomas, of Barkham (Bar- 
combe) 24, 252. 258. 

Burton church bell, 16, 203. Brasses and 
memorials to the Gorings and others, 23, 
142. 24, 4. Burton manor, 14, 137. 

Burton mill, given to Sele priory, 10, 118. 

Burton park, near Petworth, ancient scat of 
the Gorings, perplexity occasioned by a pro- 
mised visit of Q. Eliz. to, 5, 192. 193. 
Probably the site of the ** Oia vanitas*' jea 
d'esprit, 11, 222. Charters dated from, 14, 
67. Ornamental waters, 16, 260. Fur- 
nace, 18, 16. 5ee 11, 66. 112. 115. 18, 
99. 1 1 7. 24. 4. 

Burton Lazars, Leicestershire, chief of the 
lepers* hospitals in England, 8, 58. 

Burton, Rev. Dr. Edw. rector of Broadwater, 
estate sold by, 11, 27. On the consumption 
of wheatears, 32 note. His parentage, 
career, and character, ^$ note. Misses a 
bishoprick, 33. His godson, 40. See 14, i2i. 

Burton, Jacob, 14, 121. Edw. and Nich, 134. 

Burton, James, of Willingdon, 22, 121. 

Burton, Dr. John, Extracts from the 
** Iter Sussex iensb'* of, translated by W. 
H. Blaauw, M.A, F.S.A, 8, 250-265. Col- 
lege and clerical career of the doctor, his 
lady-barber and subsequent wife, literary 
works, &C, 250, 251. A bibliographer's 
error, 251 note. Dr. Hawtrey*s sketch of 
him, 251, 252. Occasion of his visits to 
Sussex, 252. His journey thither from 
Oxford and adventures by the way, 252, 
253. His contrast of Stonestreet with the 
muddier parts of the county, description of 
Horsham, &c, 254-256. His estimate of 
the Sussex natives, their figure, food, dialect, 
long legs, &c, 256, 257. His eulogiumon 
his step-father, 258. On the abundance of 
cattle and scarcity of men, 259. Sketch of 
Sussex sauires and parsons, in prose and 
rhyme, 200, 261. Lewes races, town, and 
castle ; cheerless outline of Brighthdmstone, 
&c, 261-264. At the " happy mansion of 
Henry Campion,'* 265. See 14, 266. 

Burton, Marmaduke, arms quota of, 11, 266. 



BURTON. 



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BUSHELL. 



Burton, Mrs. (1550) 13» 50. Cause of the 
bequest of "one angell noble** to, 53. 
Legacies to members of her family, 50. 53. 
Genealogical notice, 53 Tiote. 

Burton, Nicholaus, Oxford matriculation entry 
of, 9, 364. 

Burton, Robert de (warden of St. Bartholo- 
mew's, Rye) malpractices of, 17f i34f 135 ; 
date of his wardership, 136. 

Burton, S, vicar, Chiddingly (1623) 14, 248. 

Burton, Thos. and Joan de, manor granted to 
Michelham priory by, 6, 134. 162. 21, 15. 

Burton, Sir William, seizure of wrecked goods 
by, 17, 148. 

Burtons in Cade's rising, 18, 18. 

Burtt, Mr, on a Parham charter, 25, 22. 

Burtune (or Bortone) William de, his gift to 
Wilmington Priory, 4, 45. 

Burwash or (Burgherse) nonae return, 1, 60. 
Unique iron tomb slab in the church, 2, 
178. Ancient forges, 207, 208. 3, 243. 
245. Bequests to the church, 3, 114, 115. 
Manor granted to the Pelhams, 219. 224. 
Valuation of the parish (1649) 6, 58. 
Retort of the vicar to a^uaker intruder, 9, 
34. Cricket match, 198. Gift of a virgate 
of land in, 246. (Borwerssh) manor, lands, 
&c, yearly value, 141 1-12. 10, 136.145. 
Degraded inn sign, 185. Traders* tokens, 

II, 175. 176. 24, 125. Burwasshe rents, 
temp. Hen. VIII, 13, 176. Justices* report, 
16, 42. Publications relating to, 17, 171* 
Furnace, 18, 16. Eminent man born at, 
21, 13. Chief freeholder (1734) and his 
present representative, 23, 75. 

BuRWASH, by C. F. Trower, Esq, M.A, 21, 
108-137. Rape and hundred in which 
situate, 108, 109. Name and aliases, geo- 
logical features, incrusting spring, &c, no. 
Character of the landscape, lack, of water, 

III. Old-time antecedents, productions 
of its ironworks, 112. " Holmeshurst '* and 
" Bateman*s ** mansions : dark side of the 
place's history, 113. Modem mansions; 
educational progress of the peasantry, 1 14. 
The question of manors, rapes, hundreds, 
honours, lordships, discussed, 115-120. 
Acreage of the parish, 120. Manors 
wholly or partly in it, 121. Burwash and 
Burghurst manor, its successive lords and 
owners, 121-128. Genealogy of the Bur- 
ghershes, 126. The Burghersh peerage, 
1 28. Division of the manor, 1 29. Manor 
of St. Giles : condition of the lands held of 
it, ibid, Woodknowle manor, 130. The 
rectorial manor and deanery of Dallington, 
131. Ecclesiastical status of the parish; 
the vicarage and rectory houses, 132. The 
church, its date, patron saint, monuments, 
qtfaint epitaphs, &c, 132-134. The living: 
separation of theadvowson from the manor. 



134* 135* ^ quasi-ecclesiastical curiosity, 
135. Chapel erected for the outlying popu- 
lation, 136. A philo-archaeological con- 
clusion, 137. 

Burwash church, bequests to, 3» 114, 115. 
Pdham cognizance on window and font, 
225, 226. 24, 7. Arms quota of the 
parson, 11, 226. Crown presentation, 12, 
257. Bells, incriptions thereon, &c, 16, 
166. 182. 194. 203. 

Burwash park and the Burghershes, 15, 151. 

Burwash, see Burgherse. Burghersh. 

Burwash, John, owler, captured, 10, 78. 

Burwell (Burrell) Nynyan, ironmaster, 3, 242. 

Bury farms, Roman road at, 11, 128. 

Bury (Berey) hill, parliamentary army all 
night on, 9, 51. 

Bury manor, subsidy levy on, 5, 238. Cus- 
tom of Borough English in, 6, 180. 
Spiritualia possessed by Fecamp abbey in, 
10, 122. Rental (141 1) 131. Innsign, 187. 
Dedication of church, bequest to the high 
altar, &c, 12, 85, 86. A notable hamlet, 86. 
Bequest to the poor, 16, 37. Church bells, 
147. 160. 194. 203. Village, 258. Crown 
presentations to, 21, 47. Chief freeholder 
(1 734) and his present representative, 23, 75. 

Bury St. Edmunds, 4, 149. 5ee Edmondsbury. 

Bury, John, prebendary of Seaford, his small 
income, 7, 112. Bury, John, bishop of 
Chichester*s Qomplaint against, 17, 120. 

Bury, lord, at the Charlton hunt, 15, 79. 

Bury, Thomas, nevew of Richard Burre, 
family probably descended from, 19, 184. 

Busbridge, J, elected for Winchelsea, 5, 104. 

Busbridge, Busebrygge, Busbrig, Jas, in the 
fray with lord Dacre (1541) 19, 173. 176. 
Murder of Jno. Busbridge, 1 70. 1 73. 1 76. 

Busbridge, John, Suss, roads commr, 15, 146. 

Busbridge John, sequestration commissioner 
(1643) 19, 92. Busbridge, John, appoint- 
ment certified by, 25, 156. 

Busbridges, ancient seat of the, 16, 292. 

Buseburgh hundred, g^ant to Easeboume 
nunnery of land in, 9, 4. 

Busemar, Walter, benefactor to St Mary's 
hospital, Chichester, 24, 43. 

Bush, Rev. Mr, of Wadhurst, 25, 20S. 

Bushbridge, Colonel, and the Brightling 
witchcraft story, 18, 111-113. 

Bushby family of Arundel, ancestry and last 
survivor of the, 17, 217. 

Bushby, Mr, builder employed in restoring 
Westboume church, 22, 84. 

Bushby, Mrs. Levi, gift to Lewes castle 
museum by, 18, 71. 

Bushby, Robert, Littlehampton, 17, 233. 

Bushby, Thos. on Easton chapel, 12, 77. 

Bushby, W. vicar, Westboume, 22, 94; 109. 

Bushell, Sir W. husband of Catherine Parr*s 

. posthumous daughter, 14, 167. 



BUSHEY. 



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BUXTBD. 



Bushey, William, warden of Sackville college, 

20, 160. 
Bushnel, Mr, commonwealth incumbent of 

Ninfield, 17, 60. 

Bushopp, or Bysshopp, Henry, of Henfield, 

royalist, self-exiled, 19, 92. 107. His 

return, property, &c, 108. Certificate, 108 n. 

Bushoppe*s heirs, land held by payment of 

" one paire of guilte spurres " by, 9, 223. 
Bussecroft in Sumpting, given to the tem- 
plars, 9, 259. 
Bussh, Wm, proof of age by, 12, 37. 
Bussy, William de, bishop of Orleans, St. 

Richard ordained priest by, 1, 185 note. 
Bustelesham given to the templars, 9, 257. 
Busty, Thomas, Sussex *' gentilman," in 

Cade's rising, 18, 40. 
Butcher family, of Twineham, 18, 159 note. 
Butcher, Thos, owner of Pakyns manor, 11, 

74. 25, 164. 174. 
Butcher, Thomas, of Chailly, 25, 194* 
Butcher, land in Sharendon held by, 25, 54. 
Butcher's meat, particulars relative to prices, 

&c, 1642-1736, 23, S3, 54- 
Butchers fined {temp. Edw. I.) 2, 147. 
Butchery, Hastings, 14, 98. 107. 
Butheswell mill, given to Boxgrove, 15, 94. 
Butler family, ironworkers, 2, 209. 
Butler, old Hastings family name, 14, 86. 
Butler, George Sladb, F.S,A, Papers ty :— 
On the vicars of Rye and their patrons, 
with inscriptions in church, church 
yard and baptist chapel, 13, 270-301. 
On the appearance of spirits* in Sussex, 

14, 25-34. 

Topographica Sussexiana, 15, 215-230. 

16, 273-290. 17, 169-184. 18, 87- 

iio. 

On Rye and its inhabitants, 17, 123-136. 

On the church of St. Mary, Rye, 22, 

Minor Communications: Query on Bib- 
liotheca Sussexiana, 13, 316. On 
Berry's Sussex Genealogies, t» re the 
Bellinghams, 22, 231, 232. 
Butler, James, M.P, and the duke of Mon- 
mouth, 7, 171. 15, 76. 
Butler, Jas, Ashdown forest commr, 14, 59. 
Butler, James, 17, 217. Notices of the 

family and its connection with Amberley, 

221. 222. 
Butler, James, particulars concerning the 

election for Sussex of (1734) 23, 73-81. 

His arms, 25, 93. SeeZSt 171. 196. 198. 
Butler, Jane, first wife of Jno. Oxenbridge, 

12, 207. Inscription to her memory by 

Andrew MarveU, 21a 
Butler, Mr. J. E, on the antiquities of 

Stedham church, 4, 19. 21. Drawing by, 

5, 225. 
Butler, Jno» M.P, ghost story of, 14, 33, 54. 



Butler, John, burial direction of, 12, 83. 

Butler, Jno, Hastings, payment to for travel- 
ling for the corporation, 14, 90. Butler, 
Sir John, Alice Apsley's husbamd, 4, 226. 

Butler, Joseph, antiquities, &c, exhibited at 
Chichester by, 8, 291. 323. 

Butler, Mr, firustration of murderous intents 
of the smugglers against, 10, 85 note. 

Butler, Mr (Winchelsea) cinque ports com- 
mitteeman, 17i 140. 

Butler, Samuel, satirical references to Col. 
Lunsford by, 5, 81. 13, 221. 

Butler's chantry, Horsham, last incumbent 
of, 5, 261 note. See Boteler's chantry. 

Butler's green, Cuckfield, 25, 82 note. 83. 

Butt. See Galosher. 

Butter and cheese at famine prices, 25, 129. 

Butterfidd, William, ardiitect, Sackville 
college rebuilt by, 20, 1 55- 157- 

Butterworth, Dr, dean of Mailing, license to 
teach granted to Walter Gale by, 9, 203. 

Butterworth, Mr (not architect but publisher) 
correspondence, relative to Wisborough 
green mural paintings, with, 22, 137-139. 

Buttery, duties of the yeoman of a, 7, 204. 

Buttinghill (Buttyngehulle) hundred, subsidy 
assessment (1296) 2, 298-300. 

Buttinghill, north and south, subsidy lists 
(162 1) 9, 80-84. Yearly value of the hun- 
dred and manors (141 1) 10, 132. 

Buttinghill (Botingelle) hundred, in Domes- 
day survey, 11, 50. Annual value temp^ 
Hen. VIII, 63. Royalties sold by the 
Dacres, 64. An extinct parish in, 79. 
Name, 229. Parliamentary survey of the 
hundred, 23, 219. 228. Parishes com- 
prised in the hundred, 228 note. 

Buttolph tythhig, common fine charged on, 
23, 237. 

Buttolphs, dedication of church, bequests to 
the lights, &c, 12, 104, 105. Particulars 
as to shrines, &c, 104 note. 

Button, Thomas, one of the " chefest " men 
of Undfield, 19, 4a 

Butts for archery practice, 24, 212 note. 

Butts, Timothy, one of lord Goring's ** greedy 
unfaythfiil stewards," examined before the 
sequestration commissioners, 19, 97-100. 

Buxle, crown presentations to, 21, 47. 

Buxted (or Buckstead) early ironworks 2X, 
ordnance founders, sites of forges, &c, 1, 
ir. 2,183-185.208. 3,242.243. 18, 
16. 68. Yew tree at, 2, 1 25 note. Royal 
visits, 156. 159. 12, 8. Buxted (Bokstede) 
manor oif eoffed to Thos. Brewes and others, 
8, 99. 17, 75. Yearly value (1411) 10, 
141. Inn sign, 186. The manor a sub* 
infeudation, 12, 5. Description, views, &c, 
of the hermitage, 12, 13-16. Park and 
parsonage, 17. Scottish parallel to the 
caves, 13, 304. A tale of love and death. 



BUXTED. 



1^5 1 



BYSSHOP. 



14, 148. Tickeridgc mill rivulet, 15, 161. 
Topographic information, 16, 284. Scot- 
tish silver coin foand, 17, 252. Bronze 
celt found, 18, 66. Trader's token, 24, 
125. Land allotments to the parish, 
list of claimants, &c, 199, 200. See 17, 

74. 

BuxTED ; church particulars : an archiepis- 
copal peculiar^ 2, 222. A notable " parish 
clarke,** 4, 251. Peccadilloes of a papist 
parishioner, 251-253. Presentations against 
other parishioners, 253. A voluntary 
sabbath keeping resolution, 255. Ironical 
testimony to another "old clarke,'* 255. 
Monumental brasses in the church, 10, 209. 
23> 143-145.* Corrective note on the 
Savage brass, 24, 299. Notice of a 
funeral at, 11, 213. Parson's arms quota, 
227. Dr. Saund«rs*s monument, 12, 19. 
Crown presentations to the living, 12, 257. 
21, 47. Church bells and bell inscriptions, 
16, 195. 203. Query relative to Befelde 
(Vcfeldc, should be befelde) chapel, 20, 230. 
A popish recusant and his horse in the church, 
23 1. Couples from the parish married at 
Glynde, 24, 102. 

BuxTED Church (St. Margaret's) Notes on, 
by Rev. H. R. Hoare, 9, 208-222. Site, 
dedication, present patron, ground plan, 
208. Architectural description of the in- 
terior, font, piscina, sedilia of unusual 
character, &c, 209-212. North porch, with 
the Alchome rebus; tower, bells, 212, 213. 
Old church chest described and figured, 
213, 214. Monuments, brasses, armorial 
shields, 214-216. Ecclesiastical history: 
valuation charges on the revenues, eminent 
patrons, 217. Notable register entries, the 
parish feast or " yon fault," ibid. Ancient 
hospital, charities and benefactions, 217- 

219. Notices of rectors (1292-1786) 219, 

220. Families of Alchorne and Weston, 
220. Hendall manor and mansion and 
the Pelhams, 220, 221. Valuation in the 
Nonse returns, 221. Need for restoration, 
concluding reflections, 222, 

BuxTED Church, Fictile Vessel found in, 
by Rev. Edw. Turner, M.A, V.P, 21, 202- 
206. Occasion of the find : description of 
the vessel, 202, 203. Difference between 
this and other vases found in Sussex 
churches, use probably made of it, 204. 
Mr. Bloxam on the discovery and contents 
of similar vessels, 204-206. 

Buxted place, a visit to, 11, 202. Its builders, 
202 Tiote, How acquired by lord Liverpool, 
24, 88. 92. Buxted rocks, Grimm's views, 
&C, 3, 236. 14, 138. Buxted and Ashdown 
forest, 14, 35. 49. 55. 56. 

Buzi, Hugh, and wife, land given to the tem- 
plars t^, 9i 250. See Bad. Bocy. 



Byble, Thomas, chantry ^'judles" sold by, 
22, 153. 

Byddenden, Thos, questman, Hastings, 14, 95. 

Byddleswell, Boxgrove rents in, 15, 120. 

Byde, Thos, parson, arms quota of, 11, 225. 

Bydendenn, Walter, Rye churchwarden, 17, 64. 

Bydlyngton manor, part of the Braose posses- 
sions, 8, 98. Subsequent possessors, loi. 

Bygenevere (Bignor) manor,yearly value(i4i 1) 
10, 131. Crown presentations, 21, 47. 

Bygge, Wm, baptism proved by, 15, 58. 

Bygge, William, in Csude's rising, 18, 22. 

Byggenolde, Wm, church bequest by, 12, 71. 

Bygod, Hugh, unexpected resuscitation of a 
son of, 1, 181 note. 

Byk, Thos, priory deed witnessed by, 15, 100. 

Byke, William, given as a "villein" to the 
templars, 9. 

Bykewell, yearly value of lands in, 10, 156. 

Bylegh, or Meldune (Maldon) monastery, 
" daughter " of Dunford, 8, 44. 80. 81. 87. 
88. Its place in the visitation route, 91. 

Byllynghurst, H, church bequest by, 12, 93. 

Bynam, pittance from toSele priory, 10, 117. 

Bynbrok, John, vicar of Sutton, 17, 161. 

Bynd, Thomas, burial direction of, 12, iif. 

Bynde, John (of Rowdell) armada contribu- 
tion, 1, 36. 

Byne family, benefactors to Sele priory, 10, 118. 

Byne (or Bine) families, 12, 85. 1 1 1 notes. 

Byne, James, proofs of age by, 12, 28. 40. 

Byne, Johes, Oxford matriculation of, 9, 363. 

Byne, Jobs, of Salehurst, 25, 154. 

Byne, Mrs, lands of, 25, 44, 46. 

Byne ty thing, common fine charged on, 23, 

339- 
Byngham, Edw. de, presentation, 17, 107. 

Byngham, Jno, lands at Agincourt, 15, 137. 
Byrwyn, or Benion, John, armada contribu- 
tion, 1, 34. 
Byre, T, M.P. for Bramber, 5, 103. 
Byron, lord ; original of his '* She walks in 

beauty," 25, 13. 
By she, ancient coat of, 6, 83. 
Byshe, or Byssh, Thomas, vicar of Eastbourne 

(1704-20) 14, 130. 134. 
Byshop, Wm, jurat and baron, sum given by 

towards repair of Hastings pier, 14, 90. 

Duties laid on, expenses allowed to, &c, 15, 

187. 188. 189. 190. 
Byshopp, Rich, constable, and John Byshopp, 

oo-feoffecs of Lewes lands, 13, 30. 
Bysscnden, Thomas, Seaford, fraud charged 

against, 7, 102. 
Bysshe family, arms quartered by the, 10, 64. 
Bysshe, Sir Edward, Clarenceux king at 

arms, 25, 218. 
Bysshe, Rev. John, and Sir Edward, 13, 252. 
Bysshe, Nanny, married, 25, 179. Her 

parentage, 203. 
Bysshop, William, mayor of Hastings, 17» 154. 



BYSSUOPP. 



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CALAIS. 



Bysshopp, Thomas, mcnamaital brass, 23, 
163. Piauticiilars rdative to trim and his 
descendants, 164. See Bishop. Bisshopp. 
Bnshopp. Bysbop. 



Bytbesbj, Wm, incambent d Bacton (1406) 

23, 15. 
Byworth, and Bjrwocth and Waniingcamp 

manocs, Boroogh English in, 61 178. 



C. 



Cabom (or Caabom) Moont, eaithworics at, 
3, 174. 177- A place of druidical worship, 
183. Name, whence derived, 184. The promi- 
nent physical feature of Gl3mde, 20, 55. 
Bfr. Tomer's derivation of its name, &c, 
ibid, Formeriy used for military purposes, 
56. Local battle tradition, 57. Ste 14, 
178. 16, 148. 

Cacocaca, carious stoty told by, 9, 971. 

Cadf or Cathf in Sussex place-names, 7, 4. 

Cade, GdSnYf tenement in Winchelsea leased 
to, 8, 154. 

Cadi's Rising, Participation of Sdssbx in, 
by W. D. Cooper, F.S.A, 18, 17-36. Its 
character in Sussex, 17. Sussex men of 
note among his followers, 18. The first 
rising and its result, 19. Execution done 
by him on certain high officers ; " Battle of 
the bridge," &c, 20. Flight and killing of 
Cade, 91. Proof of Holinshed's erroneous 
statements, 21, 32. Scope and predseness 
of the pardons issued, 22. 23. List of 
Sussex men included therein, 23-30. 
Cade's repudiation of the pardon, his cap- 
tors, and their rewards, 30. Disposal of 
his 4 quarters, 31 note. Particulars of 
money and other valuables taken from him 
and his followers, 32, 33. Trials of his 
adherents in arms subsequent to the pardon, 
34. Post mortem attainders of Cade, and 
inference therefrom, 34, 35. His associate 
.'oynings, 35, 36. Notes on Cade, his adhe- 
rents and descendants, by Mr. Lower, 37-41. 

Cade, Jack, an illustrious victim of, 4, 149. 
His London rendezvous, 13, 119. Mr. 
Arnold on the quartering of some of bis 
adherents, 19, 192. His *'bitone's clee," 
20, 226. His captor and slayer, 24, 233 
note. See 22, 121. 

Cade, John and Thomas, 14, 150. Cade, 
John, and the Cade family at Mayfidd 

(13*8-1557) 21, 9. 
Cade, St. James at, church given to Boxgrove 

prioiy, 16, 89. 
Cadiz, and Spanish resentment, 11, 147. 
Cadiz (Cales) capture of, 14, loi. 
Cadman, Michael, captain of the Market 

ward, Rye, 13, 77. Token of, municipal 

offices held by, &c, 24, 133. 



Cadmon, on Anglo-Saxon customs, 4, 74, 88« 

Cadomo, John de, appointed canon of Hast« 
ings college, 13, 149. 

Cadwalla, (^edwalla, king of Wessex, 4, 70* 
His munificCToe to the church, 71. His 
victory over Edilwalch, 73. His subsequent 
defeat, 74. His benefacdons to South Ma!-* 
ling, 5, 127. 129. Date of his charter to 
W^rid, 219. Scene of the conflict between 
Caedwalla and Edelwach, 16, 264. 267* 
See Ceadwalla. 

CadwaUader, descent of the Pole family from, 
21, 75. The Cadwallader ensign, 84 note. 

Cadwell, Alyoe, burial entry of, 14, 147. 

Caed, Saxon origin of Chiddingly, 14, 209. 

** Caer," in Sussex place-names, 7, 5. 

Caer Andred of the Britons, 6, 93. See 
Andenda. 

Caerlavcrock, rhymed heraldic roll of, 6, 77. 
122. 25, 89. See Carlaverock. 

Cspsar, Henry, and the ghost of Cardinal 
Pole, 21, 81 note, 

Caesar. See Julius Caesar. 

Caffin, or Caffyn, Matthew, disputation in 
Waldron church between the incumbent and, 
9, 34. 13, 87. His dbpute with the 
quakers, 16, 71. Title of his frantic pam- 
phlet against them, 18, 104. 

Caihagnes, derivation of the Cheneys from, 
25, 108. 

Cahaignes, Hugh de, hb gift to Wilmington 
priory, 4, 42. Gunnora, wife of William 
de Cahaignes, 9, 151 note. 

Cairo, antiques from a mosque at, 8, 303. 

Cakamstone, battery at, 11, 150. 

Cakeham, remains of an episcopal residence 
at, 1, 182 note. Curious iron lock found 
at, 8,311. 

Calais, early eva»on of English customs 
laws by the traders of : estaUishment of a 
staple, 10, 70. Continued evasions and 
difficulties, 71. 72. Effects of the loss of, 
on the wool trade, 72. Extent of smuggling 
carried on, 74. Capture of, 11, 147. Fact 
fixed by a journey to, 12, 40. Ships fur- 
nished by Hastings at the siege of, 14, 71. 
Richard earl of Warwick, captain of, 15, 
125. French prisoner released by the king 
at, ia6, 137. ^ee 11, 166. 



CALAN. 



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CAMDEN. 



Calan, W, an esquire at Agincourt, 15« 130. 

Calard, Robert, Seaford, "an oken chyst" 
stolen by, 7^ 96. 

Calcbto, or Pynham, Priory of, with some 
Notices of the Priories of TortiTu^tojif Hard' 
ham and Leveminsier, by Rev. Edw. Turner, 
11, 89-120. Character of Calceto or Pyn- 
bain Priory, its site, remains, picturesque 
surroundings, &c, 89-91. Queen Adeliza*s 
object in founding it, benefactions of herself 
and her second husband, their son, &c, 91- 
94. Deeds preserved in the Ashmolean 
museum, 94-96. Account of the priory 
possessions drawn up therefrom, 96-105. 
Pepper rent paid for certain lands, 106. 
Irregularities found on visitations, 106, 107. 
Life pensioners, live stock, rental, gold and 
silver plate, 107. Device on the s«l1, list of 
priors, &C, 108. See Hardham, Leveminster, 
Tortington. 

Calceto priory church, staff and scrip blessed 
at, 12, 38. Presentation in, 29. Royal 
and other benefactors to the priory, 22^ 96. 
Site of the priory land, 97. 

Caldbeck, or Call-back hill, 6, 38. 

Caldeoott, R. M seal presented to the Society's 
Museum by, 5, 202. 18, 69. 

Caldecou, M.P. for East Grinstead, 20, 154. 

Caldicotc,M, Lady Dorset's "Matti," 4,225. 

Calenture, its nature, &c, 5, 69 note, 

Caley, Mr, his collection of seals, 8, 331. 

Caleys, Philip, co-assignee of Boxgrove pro- 
perty, 15, 100. 

Cailf, Nicholas, co-founder of a guild and 
chantry in Horsham, 22, 148. 

Caligula, dearth of bread caused by, 5, 268. 

Callard, John, Scaford, fishing gear, &c, be- 
queathed by, 7, 81 note. Frauds com- 
mitted by him, 100. 

Callarde, Robert, shipwright, probably the last 
of his craft at Seaford, 7, 81. 

Callow, John, of Siddlesham, 24, 252. Lands 
held, and rents, &c, payable by, 258. 

Calmady, Vincent, Bosham college residence 
granted to, 8, 195. 

Calshot castle, 12, 263. 

Calveley, Sir John, military adventurer, 9, 
288. 12, 225. 

Calverley, E, tenant of the Gages, 19, 1 14. 

Calverley, Edmund, " at the Broad," 25, 93. 

Calverley family, former importance of the: 
impoverished condition of its last represen- 
tative, 14, 232. See 230. 246. Calverley, 
Sir George, armorial cognizance certified by, 
9» 315* Calverley, Mr, Easthothly, debauch 
shared in by, 11, 196. Calverley, R, jurat 
of Hastings, 14, 85. 96. 98. 100. Work in 
which he was active, loi. 

Calverleys of the Broad, offshoots of a Che- 
shire family, 11, 196 note, 

Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, 14, loi. 232. 



Calvintone, now Chalvington, 14, 21 1. 

Cambell, Lady Frederick, portrait of, 26, I3« 

Camber, or Camer, royal ordinance relative to 
the port of, 9, 296. 

Camber before Rye (or Portus Camera) resort 
of Venetian ships to, 20, 224, 225. Mr 
HoUoway on its true locality, 22, 186. 187. 

Camber castle, ordered to be dismantled, 5, 
73 note. Officers' fees, 9, 108. Well fur- 
nished with ordnance and munition,Jll , 152. 

Camber farm, local act relating to, 17| 171. 

Camberlott, formerly Cromerlott, 14,334, 235. 

Cambrensis, see Giraldus Cambrensis. 

Cambric, when introduced into England, 2, 
118 note, 

Cambridge, modd of the round church at, 7» 57. 

Cambridge, Edmund Langley, earl of, arms 
of, 9, 356. 

Cambridge sample of the cpstume of a 
Trinity college student (area 1620) 11, 15. 
Camlxridge and Oxford scholarships under 
lord Craven's will, eminent holders of, 19, 
no, III. "Dog" Smith's bequest foi a 
fellowship at Cambridge, 22, 45. 

Cambridge Camden Society, fictitious account 
relative to prior Nelond pubUshed by the, 1, 
9. 13, 7. Mis-statement relative to John 
Bradford, 13, 17. 

Cambridgeshire fens a refuge from the Danes, 
6, 100. Custom long prevalent in the 
county, 234. 

Cambridge, United States, settlement of a 
branch ojf the Kidders at, 9, 136. 

Camden, marquis, abbey ruins in grounds of, 
9} 145. Site purchased by his ancestor, 
181. Mayfield bought by, 21, 9. 

Camden, William, on Sussex-mside glass, 1, 
II. On British coins, 28. On Sussex 
iron works, 77 note. On the estuary of the 
Adur, 2, 74. On a famous yew tree, 125 
Jiote, On Sussex iron works, 194, 195. 
247. His deductions relative to Cissbury, 
178. 180. On the name " Sebea," 4, 74. 
On the execution of lord Dacre, 158. On 
Sampson Lennard and lady Dacre, 159, 
On Anderida, 231. On Steyning, 6, 125. 
Statement of M. Paris confirmed by him, 
151 note. On the Battle abbey rolls, 6| 7. 
Site suggested by him for Anderida, 93. 
Arguments against same, 94. 96. 98. 99. 
On the obscure site of Newby c^tlr, 8, 32. 
On a great storm (1287) 144. On the 
architectural result of giving a separate 
sheriff to each county, 11, i. His errors in 
regard to the sites of Anderida and other 
Roman stations, 223, 224. On the church 
of St. John-sub-Castro, Lewes, and in- 
scription to Magnus, 13) 12. On a mis- 
application of public money, 14, 85. Grant 
of arms by him, 116 note. On the site of 
Chichester, 16, 361. On Cardinal Pole's 



CAME-HIDE. 



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CAMPIONS. 



birthplace, 265. A questionable statement 
of his, 18, 5. Arms attested by, 19, 87. 
On the Portus Adumi, 165 note. On mer- 
chant guilds, 21, 96. Ghost story men- 
tioned by, 124. Tradition relative to 
" Dog " Smith told in Gibson's edition of 
his ** Britannia." 22, 31. Character of 
his account of Sussex, 23, 318. On the 
antiquity of the Ashbumhams, 24, 2. 
Verification of a remark of his, 8. 

Came- hide, fanciful legend about, 9, 278 n. 

Camer, Camera. See Camber. 

Camera, Hugo de, 14, 213. 

Camcns court manor, form of Borough Eng- 
lish in, 6, 180. See 13, 248. 

Camoys, Alionora de, wife of Sir Roger 
' Lewknor, 3, 95. 

Camoys : earliest holders of the peerage, 3, 
94. Ancestors of the present peer, 10 1. A 
successful claimant for the barony (1839) 
6, 27. Descendants of Hugh Camoys, 
255 note. Armorial bearings, 13, 24. Rad. 
de Camoys, 14, 214. Monumental brasses, 
18, 95. 20, 121. 131. 23, 185. 186. 

Camoys, Margaret, wife of Thos. lord, 12, 35. 

Camoys, Margaret de, money paid to Edw. I. 
by, for pet mission to marry whom she 
liked, 12, 153. 

Camoys (or Camois) Ralph de, payment to 
the minsbrel of, for playing before Edw. II, 
6, 50. Levying forces for the king, 51. 
Suit of Robertsbridge abbey against, and 
decision of same ten years after, 8, 158. 
13, 88. Camoys, Sir Ralph, Sussex 
manors held (temp, Edw. I.) by, 20, 130. 

Camoys, Thos, yearly value of manors, &c, 
held by ( 1 4 1 1 ) 1 0, 133. Camoys, Thos, of 
Broadwater, sponsor at a baptism, 12, 29. 

Camoys, Thomas, lord, 15, 123. Hb re- 
tinue at Aginoourt, 124. 133. Honour con- 
ferred on him for his services, 125. Pri- 
soners captured by bis men, 1 26. His and 
thdr wages, 133, 134. List of his men at 
arms, &c, 135, 136. Bridge built at Trot- 
ton by, &c, 20, 120. Tomb and brass to 
himself and wife, 121. 131. His early 
naval and military services, 130. Com- 
mand assigned to him at Agincourt : his 
subsequent death, 131. See 8, 1 10. 16, 259. 

Camp, Roman, at Hardham, 16, 62. 

Campan, John de, presentation, 17, 105. 

Campania, family places of settlement of the, 
11, 70. Campania, and the invention of 
bells, 16, 138. 

Campany, John, baptismal entry, 25, 159. 

Campbell, a preacher against prelacy, 10, 18. 

Campbell, hon. Mrs, bronze objects from Ire- 
land exhibited by. 8, 293. 

Campbell, lord, on bishop Nevill, 3, 35. 36. 
6, 132 note. On the sleeping accommoda- 
tion of old times, 144 note. 



Campbell, Lord Frederick, Robertsbridge char- 
ters presented to Brit Mus. by, 8, 155. 
Campden, Gloucestershire, *'Dog*' Smith's 
family originally of, 22, 34. Monument 
there to his immediate ancestor, 35. 

Campeden, Sir Walter de, St Richard's be- 
quests to, 1, 179. One of the executors of 
the Saint's will, 191. 

Campen Broik, CoL Wilson's misfortunes at, 
10, 37 noU. 

Camperwcll castle, Grimm's view of , 3, 235. 

Camp Hill earthworks, 3, 175* 

Campion family, origin and former seats of 
the, 10, I. Occasion of their acquisition of 
Danny, 32. 11, 69. Genealogical notices, 
arms home by the various branches, &c, 
69. Identity with the Champaigne or 
Champion family, 70. Account of a Nor- 
man ^mily of same name, 71, 72. Their 
former Lewes residence, 13, 24. Pedigree, 
10, 34, 35. See 25, 94 note. 

Campion, Rev. C. H, M.A, Papers by : — 
On mural paintings in Slaugham church, 

13, 234-239. 
On the mural paintings in Westmeston 

church, 16, 1-19. 
On mural paintings in Keymer church, 

17, 249, 250. 
On mural paintings in Plumpton church, 
20, 198-202. See 22, 136. 137. 

Campion, Grace, wife of Sir William, register 
of her children by, 10, 3, 4. 

Campion, Henry, of Danny, *' happy mansion" 
oil 8, 265. Sussex roads commissioner, 
15, 146. Arms, 25, 93. 

Campion, Mr, of Danny, 25, 167, 168. 192. 
194. 195.201-203. Disloyal report against, 
173. Return after five years' absence, 187. 
Lends his chariot and four, 193. 

Campion, R, burial entry, 17f 237. 

Campion, William, elected M.P. for Seaford, 
7, 109. 

Campion, Sir Wm, of Combwell, 10, i, 2. 
His London house, 3. His sister, 19, 109 71. 

Campion, William, afterwards Sir William 
(son of the above) on his educational tour, 
his letter from the continent, 10, 1,2. His 
wife and issue, 3, 4. His defence of Bor- 
stall house, 4. His correspondence with 
royalists and parliamentarians, 4-10. Per- 
mitted to leave England ; killed at Col- 
chester, 10, II. His burial place and 
epitaph, armour at Danny, &c, 12. See 
18, 171. 19, 109 note. 

Campion, Wm. Hen. rector of Streat, 25,134. 

Campion, Mr. W. J, ancient house on his 
estate, 16, 132. Extracts from MSS. in his 
possession. See Danny. 

Campion, M.P. for East Grinstead, "20, 154. 

Campions, marriages between Courthopes and, 
22, 164 note. 



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Campkin, Hbnrt, F.S.A, on leather bottles 
and ntug^, 16» 305. On Woodnian's door, 
17) 167. On John Pepys and the offices 
held by him, 25, 234, 235. 
Camps round the Portus Adumi, 24, 147. 
CamviUe, or Caunville, co-govemor of Cy- 
prus, 9, 148. 
Camville, Wm, deed of gift of, 11, 103. 
Camvyle, W, at Agincourt, 15, 135. Present 

name and status of the family, 135 note. 
Canal, Antonio, Venetian salade of, 25, 9. 
Canary wine found in a fish pond, 24, 144. 
Canoeme or Cansenie manor, object of lord 

Craven's bequest of, 19, no, 1 1 1. 
Candia merchants, captives to the Turks, col- 
lection at Eastbourne for, 14, 131. 
Candishe, Thos, king's commissioner, 7, 224. 
Candle, sale by auction by, 1756, 11, 186. 
Pepys' description of the process, ibid note. 
Candles burnt at shrines, rule regarding, 2, 157. 
Candles, lights, lamps, &c, bequeathed or 
provided for altars, &c, 8, 60. 64. 68. Paris 
candles, 74. Rush and suet candles, 75. 
Stands for the latter, 76. 310. The light 
of the salutation of our Lady, 134. Ex- 
planatory particulars, 134 note. 
Candle held at a baptism, 12, 41. 
Candover, collection atWestbourne for, 22, gi. 
Cane, " Mr. Dr," king's closet keeper, 25, 63. 
Cane family, probable origin of the, 25, 103. 
Canell, use made of a spice so called, 6, 43. 
Caney, Walter de, payment by, for freedom to 

marry whom he liked, 12, 153. 
Canford, prohibition of resort to during the 

king's sojourn at, 10, 203. 
Cann, T. R, barrow-opening expenses con- 
tributed to by, 22, 76. 
Cannan, Mr, apothecary, 2, 120. Benefactor 

to Henfield, itid note. 
Cannibalism, compulsory, 4, 117. 
Canning, George, the sign of the Royal Oak 

burlesqued by, 10, 188. 
Cannon, Mr, 25, 194. 

Cannon, early Sussex forgers of, 1, 11. Un- 
patriotic manufacturers of, in Sussex, 2, 2 13. 
Cannon balls found at Buxted, 12, 17. 
Cannyle, Thomas, Maresfield, 14, 168. 
Canob, Ancient, found at Burpham near the 
Arun, 10, 147-150. Notices of canoes pre- 
viously found in Sussex and elsewhere, 147, 
148. Peculiar features and view of the one 
under notice, 148, 149. Primitive wooden an- 
chor found with it, 150. See boats. See 1 5 , 1 6 1 . 
Canon, Robert, singular condition of a legacy 

to, 7, 42- 
-Canons, or black canons, see Augustines. 
Canopus, gold plate found among the ruins 

of, 8, 283. 
Canopy held at coronation by cinque ports 

barons, 12, 160. 
Cansiron. See Canceme. Cause-iron. Couseme. 



Cant, Samuel, his map of the liberty of the 
sluice, Hastings, 19, 17. 19. 

Cantalupe, See Cantilupe. 

" Canterberies tales," '* a booke of miracles 
well able to mache the," 12, 199. 

Canterbury Dominicans, St. Richard's bequest 
to, 1, 170, 171- Date of their establish- 
ment, 170 note. Peculiars of the See in 
Sussex, 2, 222. Pelham effigy in the 
chapter house window, 3, 217. Sussex 
land granted to the church, 4, 72. Sack of 
the city, 73. 82. Eadgiva's g^fts, 81. 
Doings of the Parliament troopers, 5, 77. 
78 note, Q. Eliz. there, 192. Query as to 
an abp. Gervaise, 246. Bequest of 4d. to 
the church, 12, no. Settlement of 
Walloons in, 13, 200. Tradition that they 
came from Winchelsea, iHd note. Dis- 
posal of the archbishopric by Henry I, 14, 
120. Entry in the archiepiscopal register 
relative to Maresfield, 145. William of 
Malmesbury on the cathedral, 16, 15 note. 
Examples of the pointed arch, 17 note. 
Bells, 143. 176. 182. The archbishop's 
park ravaged by deer stealers, 17, 120. 
Hunting appointments and privileges 
granted by him, 121. 122. Lindfield a 
peculiar of the archbishops, 19, 36. Their 
visitations at CUffe, Lewes, 41. King's 
letter for a collection, 44. Archbishop's 
directions to accompany same, 46. Slindon 
an archiepiscopal residence, 126. 23, 
211. Glynde formerly a "peculiar " of the 
archbishopric, 20, 76. Number of mo- 
ney ers in Anglo-Saxon times, 20, 214. 
The town taken by Lewis of France (12 16) 
22, 18. The bailiff a special messenger to 
Winchelsea, 23, 28. 

Canterbury, archbishops of, see 18, 34. 48. 
See also Abbot. Anselm. Becket Boniface. 
Cranmer. Juxon. Lanfranc. Langton. Kil- 
wardby, Peckham. Pole. Reynolds. St. 
Edmund. Wethershed. Wilfric Winchelsea, 
Robert of. 

Cantilupe, Cantalupe fComte le Inup) family 
badge, armes parlanteSf &c, 3, 231 note. 
6, 81. Thomas de Cantilupe, chancellor 
(1265) charter witnessed by, 20, 3. 

Canute, coins of, found; Pevensey, 6, 275. 
Milton street, 21, 92. Spelling of Hast- 
ings on his coins, 14, 66. His daughter's 
burial place, 16, 263. Discovery of her 
coffin, 18, I. 5-7. Model of the coffin, 
71. His connexion with Bosham, 8, 
9. His gift to Canterbury, 75 note. His 
defeat by the Londoners, 23, 208. His 
battlefield churches, 209. See Cnut 
Cape Breton, rejoicings at capture of, 11, 200. 
Capella, Nichola de, second wife of F. de 
Bohun, manor g^ranted to, 20, 4. Paganus 
de, see Paganus. 



CAPERNORE. 



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Capemore, Battel abbey lands so called, 17» 
28, 29. 

Capplin, Christopher, token of, 24, 134. 

CapFon, John (1478) improper conduct of, 9f 
17. Capron, John (1628-29) knighthood 
composition, 16, 50. 

Captives under Turkish slavery, &c, collec- 
tions on briefs for, 21, 211, 212. 216. 25, 
135. "Dog" Smith's legacy for same 
object, 22,44. 

Capun, John, one of the three taxable mer- 
chants of Arundel (1340) 7i 166. 

Caput Doble, ancient name for Beachy Head, 

22, 186. 

Car, Mr, parson of St. Clement's, Hastings, 
his captors outwitted by, 5, 78, 79. 

Caracalla's baths, a reminder of, 4, 174. 

Caractacus, defensive works of, 3, 1 76. 

Card, H. C, his collection of traders' tokens, 
24, 123 7iote. 130. 

Card, John, his " labringe ocksone," 7, 103. 

Cardif, M. Jacob, refugee minister, 13, 194. 

" Cardinalia Beneficia," question as to mean- 
ing of, 14, 168. 

Cardis, Nicholas, chantry rent charged on, 

23, 32. 

Carew family, Hoo papers among the muni- 
ments of the, 8, 121 notf. Name assumed 
by the Throgmortons, 128. 

Carew, Sir George, 11, 154. His views on 
the defence of the south coast against in- 
vasion, i66-i68. Carew, Sir James, 8, 1 19. 
121. Carew, Nicholas, manors held by, 
yearly value, &c (1411) 10, 137. Carew, Sir 
Nicholas, manor held and forfeited by, 19, 
III note. Conspiracy charged against, 21, 
78. His fate, 79. Purchaser of his forfeited 
estates, 8, 122. 

Carew versus Egremont, 18, loi. 

Cariloco, Caro Loco, Cherlcwe, Cherlieu, or 
Chier Lieu, John de, prior of Lewes, bio- 
graphic sketch of, 3, 202. His dealings with 
Michelham priory, 6, 145. 146. Captured by 
the French, 13, 233. 17, 74. See Cherlieu. 

Carlaverock, alleged knighthood of a Sussex 
squire at, 10, 151. See Cacrlaverock. 

Carlcton, the brave, 9, 52. 

Carleton, Bell, incumbent, Amberley and 
Houghton, 17, 234. 

Carlton (or Carleton) CapL Geo, parliament 
sequestrator, &c, 5, 54. 57. 19, 93. 

Carleton, George, bishop of liandafl and 
afterwards of Chichester, education and 
career of, 4, 269. Character of his the- 
ology, 270. Swan mark fee paid by him, 
17, 216. Incumbency held by him, 21, 
19. See 4, 283. 17, 100. His son 
Henry, 16, 47. 

Carleton, Geo, incumbent, Ninfield, 17, 61. 

Carleton, George, vicar of Rye, 13, 275. 

Carleton, Guy, bishop of Chichester, letter 



from on the reception of the duke of Mon« 
mouth at Chichester, 7, 168-172. 15, 
75. Amberley lease granted by, 17, 222. 

Carleton, Tom, secretary to the bishop of 
Chichester, 14, 132. 

Carlisle, Hugh, bishop of, abbot of Battel, 
short notice of, 17, 45. 

Carlisle, James Hay, earl of, 19, 100. 

Carmelite friars of Shoreham, bequest to the, 
25, 146. Founder of their house, 146 n. 

Carmelitb Friars of Nbw Shorbham, 
notice of the, by Rev. Edward Turner, M.A, 
10, 108-128. Occasion of their removal 
to Sele, their previous history, benefactions 
to their house, &c, 10, 109, 110. The 
templars' property at Shoreham transferred 
to them; deeds, seals thereon, &c, 110- 
112. Other possessions held by them, 1 1 2. 

Carminow, a gentleman of C<xiiwall, arms 
claimed by, 12, 227, 228. 

Cambre', Governor Pownal on the, 1, 153. 
Mr. Harcourt's view of its purposes, 154. 

Carnegie, Rev. James, vicar of Sutton with 
Seaford, 7, 117. Old house occupied by 
him, 126. See 12, 252. 17, 161. Car- 
negie family, 12, 243. 

Camiprivium, meaning of, 8, 165 note. 

Carol, hon. John, arms of, 25, 93. See 
Carrell. CarrilL Caryll. 

Carolina hats, 2, 125 note, 

Caroline, queen of George II, a fhistrated in- 
tention of, 4, 164. 

Carp and tench, store formerly set on, 3, i£2 1». 

Carpenter-crusader, a, 3, 75. 

Carpenter, John, ironworker, 3, 244. Car- 
penter, John, dean of Hastings, 13, 154* 
Carpenter, John, rent charged on lands of, 
23, 290. 292. 

Carpenter, Mr, architect, repairs done at East- 
bourne under, 14, 128. 

Carpenter, Richard, book by, 18, loi. Car- 
penter, Roger, burial direction of, 12, 70. 
Carpenter, Thomas, drowned in a flood, 2, 
127. Carpenter, of Seaford, 25, 104. 

Carpenter, Messrs Slater and, Wivebfield 
church restored by, 22, 51. . Mr. Car- 
penter's description of the church at suc- 
cessive periods, 52-56. Chalvington 
church restored by, 25, 228. 

Carpenters sent from Winchelsea and Shore- 
ham to repair the king's great ship, 23, 20« 

Carr, -Allan (We^hothly) arms quota, 11, 
226. Carr, Alan, incumbent, Glynde, 20» 
75. His loose way of keeping the parish 
register, 24, 100, 101. 

Carr, Margareta, burial entry, 25, 158. 

Carr, Robert, vicar of Sutton with Seaford, 
17, 161. Carr, Thomas, incumbent of 
HoUington, 21, 139. His residence, 140. 
His will, 141. Will of his widow, 141 -144, 
His social status, 145. 



mmm 



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Carr, Capt. Thomas, mayor of and M.P. for 
Chichester, 24, 82 note, 

Carracxnoli, Charles, work by, 18, 97. 

Carravaggio, 16, 17. 

Carre, Rev. Mr, settled at Braintree, 10, 23. 
Too panctual in' some of his duties, 23. 

Carrell, John, high steward of Brambor barony, 
wages of, 13, 126. Serjeant at law, iMd 
note 29. Carrell, John, chantry lands in 
Horsham sold to, 16, 241. 22, 153. 155. 
156* 158. See Carrill. Caryll. 

Carren, John de, presentation, 17, 107. 

Carriage of timber to Lewes, king John's ap- 
peal for aid in the, 22, 235. 

Carrickfergus, landing of the Scots at, 4, 115. 
Takeil by them, 116. 

Carrill, Anna, wife of Sir W. Forde, 19, 105. 

Carrill, or Carrell, John (of Wamham) and 
Sir Edward (of Harting) armada contribu- 
tions of, 1, 35. 36. 

Carrill, John, land claimed by, &c, 24, 231. 
232. Carrill, John and Sir John, lands held 
and disposed of by, 25, 44-49- 5^~53- 

Carrill, Dame Marie, 19, 112. 

Carrill, Phillippa, daughter of Sir Thomas, 
afterwards lady Morley, 19, 112. 

Carrill. See Carrell. Caryll. 

CarshaJton, Surrey, the Bynes of, 12, iii n. 

Carstrete, William and Andrew de, deeds wit- 
nessed by, 22, 18. 25, 142. Prevalence 
of the name in Sussex (15th cent) 22, 18. 
See Castrecte. 

Cartaul, M. Matthew, refugee minister, 13, 
199. Succeeds to the ministry of the 
French church in Rye, 200. 

Carte, historian, on the ravages of the Nor- 
man peasants, 8, 113 

Carter, James, token of, 24, 124. 

Carter, John Bonham, conventual seal exhibited 
by, 8, 331. 

Carter, Joseph, bellfounder, 16, 145 note. 
Particulars relating to him, his bequests, 

- &c, 171-173 173. nofe. 177. 180 note. His 
son William, 172. 173. 174. 196. 

Carter, Stephen, of Reigate, 25, 177- 178. 

Carter, William, smugger and murderer, his 
crimes and end, 10, 86, 87. 23, 215. 

Carter, W. on the effect of the smuggled ex- 
portation of wool, 10, 74. Dangerous conse- 
quences of his seizure of some smugcflers, 75. 

Carters of old time, " drunk as usual," 1, 178 
note. Carters' wages (1325) 18, 145. 

Carthage, Norman parallel to queen Dido's 
feat at, 9, 278 note. 

Carthusians, origin of the, 15, 85. 

Cartwright, Edmund, Sussex historian, on 
Wiston and its successive possessors, 5, 
4. 6. 7. His depreciatory estimate of 
the, Sherleys, 17 note. His accounts of 
Rusper Priory, 246-248. 251, 252 notes. 
On the tumulus on Nutboame common, 9» 



no. Reliquary and effigy figured by, 264. 
365. His statement relative to the Hal- 
shams questioned, 369. On points con- 
nected with Sele Priory, 10, 102. 103. 103 
note. III. Seals figured by him, 107. 113. 
Norton deed printed by him, 11, 79. Roman 
coins found by him, 127. His conjecture 
relative to a Roman via, 139. Supposed 
mausoleum found and described by him, 
141, 142. Discoveries after his publication, 
142. 143. On the meaning of ** holybrade," 

14, 155, 156. On Steyning church, 22, 
3. Source of his history, 1 1. His fanciful 
derivation of Knepp, 14. On Knepp Castle, 

15. 20. Shermanbury, 161. On an effigy 
in Ifield Church, 220. On the Slynfold 
and Storrington brasses, 23, 180. 182. On 
Henfield church, 212. On Cissbur)* earth- 
works, 24, 152. 154. On a tradition re- 
lative to the Kingsfolds, 25, 221 note. See 

10, 100. 18, 102. 19, 23. 190. 25, 
223, 224, notes. 

Cartwright, Edward, felo-de-se, 17, 62. 

Carucagef meaning of, 9. 230. 

Carver in a nobleman's house, duties of, 7, 

195- 

Carver, Derick, " here brewer," first recorded 

Sussex martyr, 10, 185. Pious testamentary 
charge of his grandson, ibid. 

Caryll, Sir Edward, Westgrinstead manor 
purchased by, 22, 10. South Harting 
granted to him, 162. 

Caryll, Griselda, brass to, 23, 150. 

Caryll, Sir John, survey of the manor house 
of, 6, 48. 

Caryll, John, or Sir John (of Harting) ap- 
pointed to receive contributions from the 
** recusants," 5, 30. Mulcted for his loyalty 
to Charles I. (not James II, as on p. 163, 
vol. 22,) 5, 30 note. 19, 94. 22, 163. 
Land demised by, 24, 229. Rights reserved 
to him, 230. Grants by Q.. Eliz. to him, 
230. 232. 234. 

Caryll, John (secretary to Mary, Queen of 
James II,) property inherited and papistical 
house founded by, 22, 10. Pope's " Rape 
of the Lock," due to his suggestion, 10. 
Poetic and other works by himself, 10, 11. 
Honorary tities conferred on him by James 

11, 163. His monument in the College des 
Ecossais, Paris, ibid. See IB, 191. Caryll, 
John, Parham living bought by, 25, 22. 

Caryll, Sir John (of Wamham) recusant, 
19, 116. His relationship to Sir Garret 
Kemp, &c, 117. 1 19^ 1 20. Lady married by ; 
monument and effigies of himself, wife, 
and children, 22, 163. Iron works leased 
by, 23, 121. 

Caryll (Carell) Mr, appointed " to have an 
eye" on the duchess of Norfolk, 8, 37. 
Estate purchased by his family, 38. 



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Caryll, Mrs, wife of John Caryll, 22, 162. 
Letters from her to Mrs Lintott, 164-167. 

Caiyll, Peter, of the order of St. Benedict, 
monument to, 22, 163. 

Caryll (Carrell) Richard, land granted by 
Edw. VI. to, 9, 328. Subsequent possessors, 
330. West Qinstead manor settled on 
another Richard, 22, 10. Peerage con- 
ferred on him by Jas. II, monument to 
himself and wife, &c, 163. 

Caryll, Sir Thomas (of Bentons) splendid 
monument to, 22i 11. His seat 163. 

Carylls of Harting, courts leet held, land^ 
demised by, &c, 23, 226. 272. 273. 281. 
283-288. 291. 292. 5«e Carrell, Carrill. 

Cassandra's portrait at Amberley, 17i 205. 

Ca45a<o«, meaning of , &c, 8, 178. 17Q. 

Cassey, George, monumental brass, 23, 169. 

Casson, Rev. J. H, last custodian of a missing 
autobiographic MS, 9f 131. 

Castel, the lord of, slain, 12, 43 note. 

Castell, Richard, vicar of Sutton with Seaford, 

17, 161. 

Castdnau, baron de Joinville, 13, 185. His 
account of the capture of Rouen, 188, 189. 

Castle Acre priory, Norfolk, subordinate to 
Lewes priory, 2, 34, 35. Its dimensions, 
&c, 3, 186. 205. 

Castle Combe, Wilts, ancient market cross at, 

1» 194- 
Castleoomers, Lady, pall-bearers at the funeral 

of, 11, 188. 
** Castle-guard rent,'* nature of, 24, 249 rmte. 
Castle hill, Newhaven, evidences of Roman 

occupation at, 9, 99. 
Castle Mount, Lewes, prospect from, 11, 197. 
Castle Toll, a presumed site of Andredesceas- 

ter, past and present state of, 6» 95. 96. 
Castle, William, bailiff, Chichester, 19» 147. 
Castles in Sussex, 1, 8. Examples of small 

castles used as hunting seats, 8, 31-33* 

Mr. M. H. Bloxam, on castles, 17, 189. 
Castles in Sussex, Notes on, by W. D. 

Cooper, F.S.A, and M. A. Lower, F.S.A, 

18, 141-150. 

Castra (Estiva, of the Roman legion quartered 
at Regnum, 22, 65. 

Castreat, Thomas, Seaford, inquest on, 7, 103. 

Castreete, John, <k Ilailsham, 24, 252. Land 
held by his heirs, 261. Bee Carstrete. 

" Casts of bread," Thomas Delve's bequests 
of, 21, 201. The term explained, ilnd note. 

Castylman, John, bailiff, subsidy commr, 
Chichester, 24, 70. 

Cat, noted smuggler, caution xx>nceming, 10, 
82. Catqf Rotherfield, deer stealer, 17, 120. 

Cat on a trader's token, popular mistake rela- 
tive thereto, 24, 1 28. See Cats. 

Catalogue of Drawings relating to Sussex, 
by S. H. Grimm, in the Bodleian Library, 
by Rev. Dr. Weilesley, 3, 232-238. 



Catapult balls found at Pevensey, 6, 281. 

Catch, Robert, 12, 36. 

" Catch that catch can," allusion to the 
Sussex serpent in, 19, 190, 191. Sef26,226. 

Catch may, T. landis granted to, 25, 36. 37 

Catechism of Edward VI, 19, 39 note. Sum 
paid at Lindfield for ** Cathakisraes," 39. 

Cater, Martin, novice at Michelham, 6, 149. 

Caterer, office and duties of, 7, 185 note. 

Catesby, William, grantee of the forfeited 
lands of, 7, 35 note. 

Catharine's hill, East Grinstead, 20, 151. 

Catherine of Aragon, queen of Heniy VIII, Sir 
D. Owen at the marriage of, 7, 25. Her 
badge, 16, 238. Effects of her divorce on 
her family, 77. See 21, 76. 

Catherine of Valois, widow of Henry V, 
second husband of, 7, 24. 27. 

Catherine, queen of Charles II, miniature of, 
17,92. 

Catholic pudding, receipt for a, 24, 291. 

Catlin's maide, payment "for a gray's bed " 
to, 14, 247. 

Catlin, Robert, bellfounder, 16, 178. lyS note. 
179. 191. 192. 196. 

Cats, origin of the inn sig^ of the, 10, 187. 

Catsfield, Cattisiield, after the battle of Hast- 
ings, 2, 57. Parish valuation (1649) 6, 
58. Yearly value of lands in (141 1) 10, 
143. Church belb, 16, 141 note. 142. 150. 
Weight of tenor, 164. 195. Bell inscrip- 
tion, 203. 

Catt, Henry (subsequently Willett) relics In 
possession of, 2, 268. 269. 303 note. 

Cattle and farming stock (13th and 14th 
cent.) value of, 3, 45. 61. Inventories of 
a bishop of Chichester and an abbot of 
Glastonbury, 53. Prices of cattle and 
sheep (1642-1738). 23, 57-61. ' "Cattle 
very dear" (1720) 25, 187. 

Catton, Wm, M.P. for Winchelsea, 8, 213 n. 

Caubura. See Cabum. 

Caudcbec, sheep sold for a penny a piece. at, 
8,113. 

Caumont, M. de, on a christian symbol, 2, 282. 

Caunvil, Johanna de, brought to book by an 
abbot and a prior, 4, 53. 6, 142. 

Caunvil. See Canivill. 

Causcll, Constanda, prioress of Rusper, 5, 

a49- 255- 
Cause-iron, 16, 271. 

Causeway hill, Arundel, view from, 11, 89. 

Causeways in Sussex, 13, 32, 33. 

Cauteys, Robt. de, deeds witnessed by, 9, 237. 

Caux, slaughter of the people of by Uie Eng- 
lish, 8, 112, 113. 

Cave, a wonderful, 1, 184 note. 

Cavelle's lodge, 14, 51. 

Cavendish family, acquisition of Wilmington 
by the, 4, 59. Descent of Eastbourne 
manor to the, 14, 122. South chancd off 



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the church their property, 1 29. Cavendishi 
lady Elizabeth, patron of Rye, 13, 276. 

Cavendish, lord John, 15, 79. 

Cavendish place, Eastbourne, relics found on 
the site of, 14, 125. 

Cawarden, R, incumbent, Poynings, 15, 31. 
Other preferments held by, 3 1 note, 

Cawarden, sir Thomas and sir William 
Goring; inventories of lord admiral Sey- 
mour's property taken by, 13, 120. 131. 
See Cheseworth. Sheffield. Worth. 

Cawc, John, incited to treasont 18, 35. 

Cawley, or Cawly, William, the regicide, career, 
&c, of, 5, 31. 37. 44. 72. 100. 102. 104. Hos- 
pital founded at Chichester by, 13, 305. Con- 
sequences of his becoming a regicide, ibid. 
Knighthood composition, 16, 50, Death 
warrant of Charles I. signed by, 50 note. One 
of the Sussex sequestrators, 19, 92. 104. 
Manor bought by him, 11 1. See24t 76 n. 

Cayley, John, bequest to Eastbourne poor 
widows by, 14, 135. Cayley, Robert, 
clerk, Maresfield, 14, 169. Cayley, Thomas, 
Chiddingly, 14, 238. Mr. Cayley, prize 
winner at the quintain, 25, 232. 

Cayme, See Kyme, 

Caythorpe, Lincolnshire, 16, 13. 

Ceadwalla, Ceadwealla, king of Wessex, ven- 
geance taken on two Sussex ealdormen 
by, 8, 178. His deed founding Selsey 
monastery, ibid. His victory over Edelwach, 
and dealings with West Sussex, 17, 189, 
190. Manors granted to the archbishops 
of Canterbury by, 19, 126. 25, 114. 115. 
116. 119. 5ee Caed walla. 

Cealman, William, 14, 44. 

Cealtborgsteal, grant by Ealdwulf of part of 
a wood in, 8, 184. Site indicated, meaning 
of the word, &c, 187. 

Cecil, lady Anne, oak in commemoration of 
the marriage of, 14, 16. 

Cecil, rev. Richard, his adventure with some 
highwaymen, 20, 133. 

Cecil, Sir Robert, on Anthony Sherley's return 
home, 5, 18. 

Cecil, secretary Sir William, afterwards lord 
Burghley, 10, 200, 204. Letters from the 
mayor of Rye to, 13, 183. 188. 190. Letter 
from lord Cobham, 193. 14, 33. Paper 
addressed by Arthur Counter to, 23, 6. 
On Dudley's conduct towards the duke of 
Norfolk, 6 7iote, 

Cedwall, see Caedwalla. Ceadwalla, 

Cellarer, "Ccllarius," duties attached to the 
office of, 6, 147 note. 

Celtic Antiquities near Chichester, Rev. 
Leveson Vernon Harcourt on, 1, 149-159. 
Mr. Saull's theory of "British villages," 
1 50. Barrows and their purposes, 151-157. 

Celtic Britons: local names and other evi- 
dences of their occupancy of Sussex, 24, 146. 



Signs of their occupation in North Hants : 
their summer and winter habitations, 161. 
See Britons. Cissbury. 

Celtic prefixes and suffixes preserved in Sussex 
place-names, 7, 4-6. Rarity of Celtic re* 
mains out of the chalk downs range, 9, 109. 

Celtic vases and implements, 16, 59* 63. 

Celts, arrowheads, stone implements, &c, ex- 
hibited at Chichester, 1853, 8, 284. 285. 
287. 288. 293. 294. 296. 

Celts found, figured and described : Billings- 
hurst, 9, 1 1 6- 1 18. 122. Waldron, 366. 
Bronze celts found at Eastbourne, 15, 241. 
Bronze celt found in West Sussex, 17, 

254, 255. The " find " at Lower Beeding, 

255, 256. See Bronze celts. 
Cementarius, Robert, gift of land to Battel 

abbey by, 17, 22. 

Cemetery, ancient, see Bormer. Romano- 
British, see Hardham. 

Centenarian, Edward Greene a, 17, 237. 

Centwine, abdication of the throne by, 8, 1 78. 

Cenvvald with the heavenly sign, 8, 18 1. 

Cenwulf, Ceonulf, see Coenwulf. 

Cerdic, first and last of the race of, 4, 87. 89. 
90. Cerdic, Cerdicus, Camden's specula- 
tions on the landing and victory of, 11, 223. 
Mr. Hinde's views, 223 Tiote. Date of his 
landing, 12, 162. 

Cerdicesora, Mr. Nichols on the site of, 12, 263. 

Chace, Thomas, presentation, 17, 105. 

Chacombe church, Northamptonshire, Shirley 
inscripton in, 14, 232 note. 

Chad and Chiddingly, 14, 209. 

Chaderton, Alexander, rector of All Saints', 
Hastings, 23, 93. 

Chadwick, John, cinque ports baron, 15, 209. 

Chailey (Chayley, Chayligh, Cheylcghe) 
yew trees in the churchystrd, 1, 78 note. Iron 
works formeriy at, 2, 208. Collection on 
a brief at, 4, 273. Subsidy list, 9, 86. 
Cricket match, 202. Yearly value of the 
living (1650) 10, 23 note. Inn signs, 186, 
191. Part of the possessions sold by the 
Dacres, 11, 64. Arms quota of the parson, 
227, crown presentation, 12, 257. Oddly 
named bridge at, 14, 210 note. Church 
bells, bell-verses and inscriptions, 16, 177. 
187, 204. 205. Weight of tenor, 194. 
Chief freeholder (1734) and his present re- 
presentatives, 23, 75< Common fine 
charged on "the burrough of Chaylie," 
233. See Chayley. 

Chailey and Offham Turnpike Road ; old 
trackway identical with the, 13, 1, 2. 
Chailey and "the river CAay," 15, 161. 

Chailey north common, dumb-porter found 
at, 18, 61. 

Chalcraft, John, burial direction of, 12, 94. 

Chaldese, Johanna de, admitted as a templar, 
9, 238. 



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Chalenofy or Chaloner, acquisition of, and 
dealing's with Lindfield by the family of, 9, 
329, 330. See Challencr. Challinor. Chal- 
loner. Chaloner. 

Chalice, Enamelled, and other Ancient 
Reliques found on the site of Rusper 
PRIORY, by Albert Way, M.A, F.S.A, 9, 
303-311. Mr. Hony wood's account of the 
find, 303-305. Mr. Way's description : 
Crucifix, rings, &c, 305, 306. The chalice, 
its material, dimensions, probable date, or- 
namentation, workmanship, why buried, 
&c, 306-309. Rare occurrence oJF chalices 
of precious metal in tombs, 310. How 
certain of the clergy were shamed into sub- 
stituting silver chalices for tin ones, 311. 

Chalk largely used in old Sussex buildings, 
20, 187. Why not used by modem archi- 
tects, 16, I note. 

Challen, butcher, Midhurst, ancient date on 
the house of, 20» 20. Descent of Sher- 
manbury to the Challen family, 22, 162. 
Challen, Henry and Sara, certificated for 
royal touch, 25, 209. Challen, Richard, 
knighthood composition, 16, 50. 

Challenor, M.P. for East Grinstead, 20, 154. 

Challenor, or Chaloner, removal of a monu- 
mental brass of, 19, 37. Helmet of one of 
the family rescued from a dust heap, 37 
note. Evidences of their residence in Lind- 
field parish, 38-41. Church marks, 49, 50. 

Challenor, Nicholas, John Naldrett*s chancery 
proceedings against, 24, 288-290. 

Challice, Roger, vicarj Mayfield, 9, 207. 

Challinor, Fraunds (of Stantons), armada con- 
tribution of, 1, 36. 

Challoner brasses ; Lindfield, 23, 169. Rus- 
per, 23, 177. 25, 221. 

Challoner, Nynion, ironmaster, 3, 242. 244. 

Chalmers on bishop Kidder, 9, 131. On 
Jacob Bryant, 10, 39. See 9, 363. 

Chaloner, Thomas, inquiry deputed to, 11, 12. 

Chaloners, conjecture relative to the, 5, 258 
note. Their settlement at Lindfield. Es- 
tates acquired by them, &c, 11, 12 note. 
View of their mansion, 13. Henslowe and 
Alleyne's acquaintance with them, 14, 82. 
Furnace worked by them, 18, 16. Some 
6f the name in Cade's rising, 18, 19. 
Thomas of Shoreham "the merriest poet 
in Christendom," 106. Thomas of Guis- 
borough, in the Rye passage book, 171. 1 73. 
173 Tiote. See 14, 149. 

Chalton (Chawton) 8, 63. Release of rent 
charge by Thomas dc, 64. See Chawton. 

Chalvercroft, birthplace of Thomas Atte More, 

12, 37- 
Chalvers, Henry le, father and son, gift and 

augmentation of same, to Dureford abbey 

by, 8, 65. 
Chalvington, Church of S. Bartholomew 



at, by Hamilton Dicker, esq, 2, 285. Style 
and date, 286. Interesting inscription, 
Horsfield's blunder, 287. 5ef 25, 228. 

Chalvington, comprised in a g^rant to a Pelham, 
3, 221. Legend of the honest miller, 158 
note. Inn sign 10, 191. Grant of tithe of 
com in, 13, 83. Local pronunciation of the 
name, 210. Church bells, 16, 203. Yearly 
value of lands, &c. (1649), 19, 208. Rent 
payable for the manor, 24, 220. See 14, 
207. 209, 210. 211, 216. 264. 

Chalvyngton (with Claverham) yearly value 
of the manor of (141 1) 10, 142. 

Chalyng, Wm, land gpranted for a cinnamon 
rental by, 11, 117. 

Cham, Petronilla de, charity land given to 
Hastings by, 13, 165. 14, 69. 23, 91 ' 

Chamberlain, John, of Shirboume castle, 19, 
115 Tiote. 

** Chamberlane's howse" and land, parliamen- 
tary survey of, 23, 299. 

Chamberlayn, T, priest, bell bequest, 16, 190. 

Chamberlayn, William, wedding gift to the 
wife of, 12, 27. 

Chamberlajme, John, prior of Calceto, 11, 108. 

Chambcrlayne, W, proof of age by, 15, 58. 

Chamberley, John, second mayor of St. Pan- 
eras, Chichester, 24, 137. 

Chambers, probable derivation of the name, 

11, 80 note. Chambers family of Seaford, 

12, 113. Inscriptions, 246. 247. 248. 249. 
250. See 14, 213. 

Chambers, George F, F.R.G.S, contributions 
towards a History of Eastbourne, 14, 119- 
137. Additional particulars relative to the 
discovery of , gold bracelets referred to in the 
above paper, 15, 240-242. Antiquities given 
to Lewes castle museum by, 18, 71* ^^^ 
Eastbourne. 

Chambers, James, cinque ports representative 
for Seaford, 7, 108. 

Chambers, John. See Baker, John. 

Chambers, or de la Chambrc, John (of Hall 
place) armada contribution of, 11, 35. 

Chambers, Mr, jurat of Seaford, mob assault 
on, 17, 160. 

Chambers, Thomas, candidate in an unique 
election, 7. 89 note. 

Chambers, Thomas W, old hospital site, Sea- 
ford, possessed by, 7, 119. Office held by 
and arms of, 128. 

Chambre family, genealogical notice of the, 
its present representative, &c, 7, 128. 

Chambre, John, one of the executors of Hum- 
phrey de Bohun's will, 20, 14. Rector of 
Westbourne, and holder of other preferments, 

22, 100. 

Chambre, John, de la, monumental brass, 

23, 176. 

Chambre, Matilda atte, sponsor at William 
Selwyne's baptism, 15, 213 



CHAMBRE. 



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CHARLES. 



Chambre, Thomas de la, warden of Saint 
Bartholoraew'Sy Rye, 17, 136. 

Champaignes of Leicestershire, arms borne by 
the, 11, 69. Varying forms of the name, 
notices of the family by French genealo- 
gists, 70-72. Semannus Champayne at 
Agincourt, 15, 125. See D*Amay. 

Champd, Richard, chaplain of St. Peter's, 
Chichester, 11, 99. 

Champion, a variation of Campion, 11, 70. 

Champion family, inscriptions, 12, 244. 247. 

Champion, John, M.A, vicar of Eastbourne, 
14, 129. Incumbent of Racton, 23, 15. 

Champion, Lawrence, abbot d Battel, 17, 46. 

Champions, when required to have shaven 
beads, 4, 106 note. 

Champney, John, Champneys, John, prior 
(or priors) of Calceto, 11, 108. 

Chanctonbuiy, supposed Roman road to, 11, 
139. Probability relative thereto, 139 note. 
Monk murdered at, 12, 28. Chanctonbury 
and its surroundings, 24, 148. Wrought 
flints found, 152. See 14, 178. 18, 103. 

Chancton farm, hoard of coins found at, see 
Anglo-Saxon coins. 

Chandler, dean, 18, 90. 

Chandler, Dr, inventory read tQ the Society of 
Antiquaries by, 9, 10 fiote. 

Chandler, Eliz. monumental brass, 23t 177. 

Chandler, Rev. John, on the origin and mean- 
ing of " Cold Harbour," 22, 196. 

Chandos, sir John, German dance introduced 
by, 4, 120. 

Chandos of Sudeley, lord Henry Compton's 
fatal duel with, 19, 104 note, 

Changeton manor, yearly value (1411)10, 1 39. 

Changeton, William, proof of age oi^ 12, 39. 

Channell, John, churchwarden. South Stone- 
ham, 25, 124. 

Chantler, Mr, minister of Ninfield, 17* 60. 

Chantler, Mr, of " Chittingly," 25, 180. 

Chantries : Brambletye, 9, 139, 140. Chiches- 
ter cathedral, 24, 48. 52. 53. Echyngham, 
9, 348 note. Halfnaked, 2A, 52. Hor- 
sham, 22, 148-159. See 4, 145. 

Chantry lands in Hastings, 14, 96. Mares- 
field, 140. Beckley, parliamentary survey 
of, 23, 277-280. Winchelsea, tenants and 
rental of, 23, 31. 

Chapel, earl de Warrenne, monished by bishop 
Grosthead for using his unconsecrated hall 
as a, 6, 113. 

Chapels, chantries, oratories, origin of, 4, 45. 

Chapelayn, Richard, co-founder of a guild 
and chantry, 22, 148. 

"Chapeley," one of the spellings of Shipley, 
9, 246. 

Chapel Hayes acquired by the Chaloners, 11, 
12 note. 

Chapelwood, Ashdown forest, 23, 209. 

Chapelle, Wm. de la, seal of, 2, 303. 



Chaplains, terms of engagement of (13th 
cent.) 3, 59 note. The chaplain's place at 
table a century ago, 14, 266. 

Chaplin, P, Sussex roads commr, 15i 146. 

Chapper, Robert, bequests of altar cloths by, 

12, 94. 

Chapman^ name obnoxious to Parson Eades, 
14, 250. Chapman, Ann, rent charged on 
lands of, 23, 306. Chapman, E, 25, 168. 
194. 201. 

Chapman, John, witness in the Dureford 
abbey inquiry, 7, 225. Chapman, John, 
incumbent of Ditchling, 13, 259. 

Chapman, Sir John, his deposition relative to 
Sir Garrett Kemp, 19, 118. 

Chapman, alias Smyth, John and Thomas, 
land called " Cobbes" released by, 22, 123. 

Chapman, Mr, of Rogate, Sussex token found 
by, 17, 253. 

Chapman, Robert, Parochial History of 
Hamsey by, 17, 70-103. Additional note 
on the Shiffner family, 250. Emendatory 
references to his account of Hamsey church, 
25, 227. Catalogue of antiquities partly 
compiled by, 18, 60-73. 

Chapman, Thomas, vicar of Rye, 13, 271. 

Chapman, Thomas, Cowden, and his appren- 
tice, 20, 99. 

Chapman, T, land of in Maresfield, 24, 214. 

Chapman, W, cinque ports baron, 15, 193. 

Chapman, William, bellfounder, and his 
adopted pupil, 16, 176. 177. 196. 

Charfaorough, find of 22 pots and 11 skele- 
tons at, 8, 313. 

Chardon, Henry de, 6, 50. 

Charford (Cerdicefbrd) scene of Cerdic's defeat 
of the Britons, 11, 223. 

Charger, use of a, 13, 53 note. 

Charington, Mr, tumulus in Wiltshire opened 
by, 1, 154. 

Charity Commissioners, citations from the 
reports of the, 14, 135. 

Chark, Ezekiel, rector of Waldron, ancestry of, 

13, 86. His tomb, 86, 87. 
Charlecote, bequest of land in, 19, 24. 
Charlecote, Roger, templars' lands leased to, 

9, 250. 
Charles L and the Parliament, 4, 160. 161. 
His friends and foes in Sussex, 5, sB- 34* 
His march to Brentford, 38. Chance of 
escape missed by him, 49 note. Mistaken 
estimate of their strength by his party, 55. 
His threat towards some captured soldiers, 
64. His occasional bedfellows, 6, 144 note. 
His gold buckles, embroidered shift, mini- 
ature, &c, of, 8, 306. His clock-watch, 
given to Hubert, 309. His figure on horn- 
books, 312. Devotion of Sir W. Campion 
to him, 10, 4. Letters between them, 8. 9. 
His proclamation against the export of wool, 
73. Accompanied by two of the Wilsons 



CHARLES 



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to Berwick, 11, 24. R. Pierpoint and G. 
Goring maxle peers by, 57. 66. Copper 
coinage of, 172. Result of a scarcity of 
same, 173. Social condition of the king- 
dom contemporary with the dismissal of his 
parliament, 16, 20. Letters then issued by 
his council, 23. 24. 25. 28. 29. Effect of 
his revival of fines for knighthood, 47. 
Sufferers for loyalty to him, 17, 81. His 
death warrant, 18, 62. Compositions 
levied on his adherents, 19, 9i~95* Feeling 
in favour of a treaty with him, and petition 
in unison therewith, 95, 96. [See Royalist 
compositions.] Charter g^ranted to Sackv ille 
college by, 20, 160. Ucense granted by 
him for gift of lands to Christ's hospital, 

22, 39. Site of his iron works, 23, 121. 
Discovery of some of his farthings, 213. 
Parliamentary survey of lands, &c, late 
belonging to him, 23, 217-313. 24, 189- 
287. 25, 27-61. Relics of him possessed 
by the Ashbumham family: virtues ascribed 
to one of them, 24, 3. Public honour 
aax)rded to the governess of his children, 
25, 15. His property in North Bersted, 
116, 117. Anniversary of his martyrdom, 
171. 182. 183. His touch-medals, blood- 
stained shirt, &C, 207. See Ashbumham, 
John. Herbert. [Note: Vol. 22, p. 163, 
line 3, for James IL read Charles L VoL 

23, p. 2 TO, line 19, for Charles L read 
Charles IL] 

Charles II, restoration and coronation of, 
joyful entries of the event in parish registers, 
excesses on the occasion, &c, 1, 82. 82, 
83 notes. 4, 256. Levies to pay his debts, 
war taxes, &c, 1, 86. 88 note, 90. 91 
note. 102 note. His flight to the Sussex 
coast, 5, 48. Rewarding old enemies, 91. 
95. Order of knighthocxi contemplated by 
him (not by his father as stated in vol. 
23,- p. 210) 5, 104. 24, 300. List of his 
intended knights, 23, 210, 211. At Rye, 
6, 53. Religious pledge given by him to 
Louis XrV, 7, 168. His signet ring, 8, 
306. Miniature portraits, 320. Himself, 
the Royal Oak, and the Pendrells, 10, 188, 
189. His fondness for Sussex wheat-ears, 
11,32. A ** pervert," 41. Memorials of 
his gratitude to Capt. Tattersall, 42. Hb 
proclamations against traders* tokens, 1 73, 
1 74. Reply of S. Jeake, senr., to a ques- 
tion of his, 13. 63 note. His concealment 
at Ovingdcan, 307. Himself and the Wil- 
sons, 14, 121, 122. Patron of Chiddingly, 
248. Resting place in his flight, 16, 265. 
267. Himself and his parliament, 17, 89. 
Miniature of him at Coombe, 92. His 
visit to Ambcrley, 223. Omission in cinque 
ports charter granted by him, 19, 3. His 
recognition of lord Craven's services to his 



father, 112. Cdns of his reign found at 
Petworth, 144. Book pubUshed at his ex- 
pense, 154. Setting up of his arms in 
churches, 20, iii. Aid rendered by the 
Counter family to him, 23, 7-12. His me- 
morial gift to Mrs. Symons, 12. Touch- 
ing for the evil ; his proclamations on the 
subject, 25, 207, 208. His touch-medals, 
207 note. Immense number touched : a 
fatal scramble, 210. 

ChAR1.ES II, ROUTB of, THROUGH SuSSEX, 

during his flight in 1651, by S. Evershed, 
18, 114-123. Character assumed by him, 
114. Sojourn at Amberley, 119. Loss of 
a horseshoe, 121. Among the enemy's 
troops, 122. At Brighton, 122, 123. Em- 
barkation for and arrival in France, 1 23. 

Charles, Archduke, 4, 153. 

Charles, king of Spain, visits Petworth, 14, 
14. His peculiarities at table, 15. 16. His 
travelling troubles in Sussex, 19, 160. 

Charles the Fair, Edw. II. summoned to do 
homage to, 6, 42. 

Charles IV. of Germany, seal of, 18, 69. 

Charles V, his London lodgings, 1, 171 note. 
His passage of the Elbe, 11, 165. Letter 
from Cardinal Pole to him, 21, 79. 

Charles VII. of France and his war with 
England, 8, 116, 117. 

Charles's roll, heraldic, 25, 89. Its editor, 
95 note. 

Charleston manor, 14, 263. Rent payable 
for same, 24, 220. 

Charleston, United States, 17, 151 ntfte. 

Charleton manor aud mill, yearly value 
(141 1), 10, 142. 

Charleton in Aldwick, 25, 117. 

Charlotte, queen of Geo. II, 11, 210. 

Charlston, grant of tithes of, 4, 41. Remains 
of chapel, 46. 309. 

Charlton court, the Pellatts of, 12, 87. 

Charlton court, Steyning, 14, 123. 

Charlton forest, conclave of smugglers at, 
10, 85. See 15, 150. 

Charlton House, Extracts from Manu- 
scripts in possession of Sir T. M. Wilson 
of, 10, 36-52. Letters from Capt. Wilson, 
afterwards Col. SirT. Spencer Wilson, 36, 37 
38. 41. 42. 49. 51. Letters from other 
correspondents, see Barrington, lord. Bryant, 
Jacob. Chatham, lord. Faussile, John 
la. Shelbume, loid. Wilson, Sir Thomas 
Spencer. 

Charlton manor and chase, lord Lumley's 
property, 19, 102. 

Charlton and the Charlton Hunt, by T. 
J. Bennett, 15, 74-82. Former celebrity of 
the locality, 74. Site and extent, 75. 
Owners and masters of hounds (1680) 76. 
Foxhall, grand banqueting room, 76, 77. 
Foreign visitors at the hunt, 77. Jealousy 



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of the duke of Somerset : failure of his at- 
tempts to establish a rival hunt, 77. Success 
of the hunt under the dukes of Bolton and 
Richmond : causes of its decline and fall, 
78, 79. Recollections of a nonagenarian 
gamekeeper, 79. Contemporary account of 
a famous fox diase, 80-82. Ccrrigendum, 
16, 312. See 17> 120. 121. 

Charlton, Sussex, one of the parishes benefited 
by " Dog " Smith's charity, 22, 43. 

Charlton, Sir Job, husbands taken by the 
daughters of, 3, 1 18. 125 note, 

Charmayne, Alice, token of, 24, 124. 

Chamey, John, prior of Calceto, 11, 105. 108 
note, 

Chamock, Thomas, his rhyme on a Sussex 
glass maker, 1, 11. 

Charon, Johanna de, 14, 113. 

Chart Magfna, Kent, singular monumental 
inscription at, 4, 287. 

Charter, facsimile of a, 12, 114. 

Charter house, London, staircase in, 13, 27. 

Charters, illuminated, belonging to Dr. Dia- 
mond, 6, 69. 

Chartularies : Bayham, 9, 153. 155. 175. 
The templars', 232. 

Chartularyof Ric. L to Fecamp abbey, 14, 67. 

Chary, T, copyholder, Withyham, 24, 203. 
216. 

Chase, Stephen, burial direction of, 12, 79. 

Chase, Thomas, warden of St. Bartholomew's, 

. Rye, 17, 136. 

Chate, Thomas, Sussex sequestrator, 19, 92. 

C hater, Daniel, entrapped and murdered by 
smugglers, 10, 86, 87. 

Chatfelde, Thomas, incumbent of Chiddingly, 
14, 248. 

Chatfield, family and Ditchling, 13, 252. 258. 

Chatfield, rev. Henry, Nyland and Chiddingly 
inherited by, 12, 158. 14, 217. 

Chatfield, John, knighthood composition, 16, 
49. Chatfield, rev. John, of Balcombe and 
Chiddingly, 14, 217. 231. 238. 

Chatfield, Mark, convicted of piracy, 10, 90. 

Chatfield, Mr, shot by gunman Pitt, 23, 18 n, 

Chatfield, Nich, Sussex iron worker, 18, 13. 

Chatfield, Robert, on the chapelry of Gretham, 
12, 92. 

Chatfields perrennial in Sussex, 11, 57. 

Chatham, lord, his reply to an application for 
army promotion, 10, 37. 

Chatterton, Lawrence, parson, arms quota 
of, 11, 226. 

Chattesfield vicar's arms quota, 11, 226. 

Chaucer, on tiles " of manie divers hue," 2, 
241. On the vice door, 321 note. On St. 
George's knights, 4, 5. On alandes, 172 
note, Od table dainties, 6, 43. On the 
traversj 7, 48 note. On chevisance, 66 
note. On "a shefild thwitel," 215. On 
mitekeSf 8, 74 Twte. On a bride's adornments. 



138. On stile and strete, 188. On the 
decay of "Wynchelse and Ry," 208. On 
chivalry, 9, 288. Great cause he was a 
witness in, 290. 12, 228. On castle towers, 
9, 297. Illuminated MS. of his " Canterbury 
tales " at Petworth, 14, 12, 13. For whom 
same was actually executed, 15, 234. His 
mention of St. Thomas Waterings, 19, 173 
note. Pension granted to him as one of the 
valete of Edw. Ill, 22, 200. 

Chaucer, Thomas (son of the poet) and wife, 
21, 125. 

Chaumbre, Peter de la, land given to Dure- 
ford abbey by, 8, 69. 

Chauncelir, Henry le, and wife, benefactors to 
Dureford, 8, 60. 

Chaundler, Thomas, Seaford, offence proved 
against, 7, 98. 

Chaundos, Robert, bequest to, conditioned on 
his going to the Holy Land, 1, 1 73. 

Chauney, John le, remembrance of a fact 
fixed by the death of, 12, 27. 

Chauntier family, 14, 231. 

Chaunton parson's arms quota, 11, 227. 

Chaworth, John, prior of Boxgrove, 15, 121. 
His brother Thomas, 100. 

Chawton churchyard, Hants, jar dug up in, 
8, 312. See Chalton. 

Chayley, yearly value of lands, &c. (1649) 
19, 208. See Chailey. 

Chayne, John, rector, Rotherfield, 13, 306. 

Chayne, William, cinque ports commr, 18, 43. 

Chaynell, Susannah, certificated for the roysd 
touch, 25, 209. 

Chayney, Thomas, will of (1565), 25, iii. 

Cheale, John, of Shiprods, premature death, 
irregular conduct of, &c, 18, 157. 22, 
175. Inheritress of his estate, &c, 175 
notes. Notices of the family, &c, 22, 161. 
164. 166 note, 167. 168. 169. 170 note. 
Discovery on taking down a monument to 
one of the family, 23, 215. Arms o^ the 
Cheales of Shiprods and of Findon, 25, 
94. See 25, 167. 171. 187. 193. 200. 

Cheanchester, John, West Hothly copyholder, 
24, 215. 

Chedeham, or Chidham, 18, 81, 82. 

Chedworth, Gloucestershire, Roman tiles 
found at, 21, 39 note, 

Chedyngefolde, Thomas, Midhurst, subsidy 
juror, 20, 7. 

Cheese hoops and vallows, 6, 194. 

Cheese, tithe of, held by St Pancras monks, 
12, 121. Quantity given to K.John in 
part payment for a wardship, 153. 

Cheese, Isabella, devise to, 15, 64. Richard, 
prior of Boxgrove, his monogram, &c, x 15. 
122 note, 

Cheeseman, Mr, cinque ports baron, 15, 184. 

185- 
Cheke, Sir John, game-killing grant to, 10, 204. 



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Chelwood common, stream near, 16t 160. 
Chel worth given to Hardham priory, 11, 114. 
Chelworth gate, Ashdown forest, 14, 49, 60. 
Chenes and Cheyneys, 14y 81. Disposal of 

their forfeited lands, ibid. 
Cheney, Sir H, his advice to bbhop Cartcys, 

10, S3. 
Cheney, Sir John, remarkable letter of, 7, 66. 
Cheney, P. de, deed witnessed by, 9» 235. 
Cheney, Richard, of Cralle, 18, 13 itote, 
Cheney, or Cheyne, Sir T. constable of Dover 

castle, captured by the French, 12« 42 note. 

13, 233. 17, 74. 25, 147 note. Another Sir 

Thomas, treasurer to Edw. VI, 10, 204. 
Cheney, William de, manor held by, 20, 3. 
Cheney of Warbleton, arms of, 25, 108 note. 
Cheneys and Kahaignes, high position 

achieved by the, 11, 59. See Cahaignes. 

Chayne. Cheyne. Cheyney. Keynes. 
Chenkbury earthworks, 3, 174. 177. 178. 
Chequers, inn sign, classic antiquity of the, 

10, 190. The Chequers, now the Cinque 

Port arms, Hastings, 14» 67, 68. 69. 
" Chequy ** coat of arms, early bearers of the, 

24, 26. How acquired by the Warrens, 27. 
Cherisworth manor, yearly value, 10, 140. 
Cherlieu, Cherlewe, or Chier Lieu, John de, 

prior of Lewes, captured by the French, 

25, 147 note. See Cariloco. 
Cherryman, T. knighthood comp. 16, 50. 
Chersett of wheat given to Boxgrove priory, 

16, 89. Derivation of the term, 89 note. 

Chcrtsey bell foundry, 16, 167. 168. i6g. Sum 
gathered at Westboume for, 22, 92. 

Chesham-Bois, derivation of, 11, 81 note. 

Chesham township, common fine, 23, 241. 

Cheshire, product of iron in, 3, 247. 

Cheslebeacb, R,of Chaldon, 15, 95 note. 

Chesnian, Mary, Maresfield, 24, 209. 

Chesmongrer, Alan and Alida, donors of 
church-site, Hastings, 13, 151. 

Chesnaye-Desbois on the families of Cham- 
pagne and Campion, 11, 70, 71. 

Chesnut trees, remarkable samples of, 15, 83. 

Chessmei> of jet, loth century, exhibited and 
figured, 8, 298. 

Chessum, Mrs, 25, 196. 197. 

Chest in Buxted church, 9, 213. Woodcut, 214. 

Chester, ships supplied to the king by, 4, 1 16. 

Chester, Sussex archers and their weapons 
sent to, 17, 1 18. 

Chester, Hugh Keveliok, fifth earl of, 9, 231. 

Chester, Hugh Lupus, carl of, gift of an 
estate ** per cultellum " by, 7, 214. See 10, 
64. 156. See Blundeville. 

Chester, rev. J. G, antiquities exhibited by, 8, 
93. Right to remain single bought by 
Lucy Chester, 12, 153. Chantry rent pay- 
able by W. Chester, 23, 32. 

Chesterford, Cambridgeshire, leaden objects 
found at, 8, 311. 



Chesworth, or Chedworth, Edw. 11. at, 6, 48. 

Chesworth, Horsham, residence of the Braoscs 
and subsequently of the dukes of Norfolk, 
8> 361 37* Arrest of the fourth duke there, 
and discovery of treasonable papers in the 
roof, 37, 38. Use now made of the house, 
38. Inventory of bp. Curteys' goods, &c, 
at, 10, 56, 57. Surreptitious removal of 
"stuff," 58. See 16, 291. 

Chesworth or Cheseworth manor ; inventory, 
temp. Edw. VI, 13, 120-124. Cattle in the 
park, 125. Keepers' wages, &c, 125, 126. 
Chesworth house, Chesworth and Sedgwike, 
&c, 23, 221. Parliamentary survey, 28a- 
287. 287-291. Abstract of rental, addi- 
tional certificate, &c 291-293. The dis- 
parked park and old mansion, 24, 228, 
232 note. 

Chesworth. See Braose of Cheswoith. 

Chetwynd (not Chetwyn) Sir George, bart, 
Sussex tokens in his collection, 10, 207-209. 

Chevage, Chirfagef nature of the feudal service 
of, 21, 95 note. 

Chevening, lord Sussex at, 4, 159. 162 note. 

Cheviche, derivation of, 7, 66 note. 

Chevronels, heraldic meaning of, 9, 292 note. 

Cheyne, Cheiney, or Cheney, John, partid- 
pator in lord Dacre's deer-stealing adven« 
ture, 19, 173, 175, 176. His family con- 
nections, 179. See Cheney. 

Cheyne, Sir J, characteristic letter of, 7, 66. 

Cheyne, Roger, M.P. for Chichester, 24, 69 n. 

Cheyne, Thomas, will of (1542) 25, in. 

Cheyne, Sir Thomas, captured by the French, 
12, 42 note. Lands held by W. Cheyne, 
their yearly valbe, &c (141 1) 10, 135. The 
like of lady de Cheynes, 140. W. Cheyne, 
knt, and Brambletye manor, 20, 135. 
Cheyne monumental brass, 23, 165, 166. 

Cheynell, Dr, on captain Temple's defence of 
Bramber Castle, 5, 154. 

Cheynell, Francis, rector of Petwortb, remains 
of Chillingworth insulted by, 14, 23. His 
**Sin*s Memento," 18, loi. Possessor of 
cattle and land in Ashdown forest, 24, aoS 
note. See 25, 20Q note. Chaynell. 

Cheyney, Ric. and W. de, gifts to Boxgrove 
priory by, 15, 94, 95. William a co- 
assignee of the priory property, 100. 

Che3mey, Thomas, of Westfield, Sussex iron- 
worker, 18, 13. Cheyney, Thomas, Cade's 
adherent, " deped Blewberd/' story told of 
his mutilated remains, 19, 192, 193. 

Cheyney, William, priory founded by, 6, 44. 

Cheyney, William, proof of age by, 12, 27. 

Cheyney, William, gent, 13, 100. 

Cheyney, derivation and various spellings of 
the name, 25» 108. Pedigrees, 109. 1 10. 
See Cahaignes. Chayne. Cheney. Keynes. 

Chichester archdeaconry, clerical subsidy 
(1380) 5, 230-241. 



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Chichester bishopric and deanery, valuation 
of, 9| 108. Dealings with Bayham abbey, 
159* i7l» 173* Archbishop Laud on the 
state of the diocese, 12, 207 note, A forti- 
fied palace for the bishops, 13, 114. The 
diocese and Boxgrove priory, 15, 92. 100. 
119, 120. A bishop fined for letting a felon 
parson break prison, 17, 199* list of 



jewels, vestments, &c, belonging to the see 
{circa 1535) 202. Value of the episcopal 
registers to the county historian, 19, i, 2. 
Manors held by, taken from, and restored to 
the see, 22. Northeye chapel endowment 
deed in the registry, 23-26. Relations 
between the bishopric and Glynde parish, 
20, 76. 



Chichbster, Bishops of : The names of such as are mentioned in the Society's volumes will 
be found in this Index in their proper places, but complete chronological and alphabetical 
lists are given below, whether the individuals are or are not referred to in the volumes. 

ChnmaU^ieaL 

1 Stigand, 1085-1087. 37 

2 Godfrey, 1087- 1088. 38 

3 Radulfus (or Ralph) 1091-1125. 

4 SeffridI, 1 1 25.1 145. 39 

5 Hilary, 1146-1169. 40 

6 John de Greenford, 11 73-1 180. 41 

7 Seffrid II, 1 180-1204. 42 

8 Simon de Welles, 1 204-1 207. 43 

9 Richard Poore, 1215-1217. 44 

10 Ralph de Warham, 1217-1222. 45 

11 Ralph Neville, 1222-1244. 46 

12 Saint Richard de la Wych, 1245- 1253. 47 

13 John de Clymping, 1253-1262. 48 

14 S. de Berghestede (or Berksted) 1 261 -128 7. 49 

15 St. Gilbert deSanctoLeofardo, 1288-1305. 50 

16 John de Langton, 1305-1337. 51 

17 Robert Stratford, 1337-1362. 52 

18 W. de Lenne (or Lullimore) 1362-1368. 53 

19 William Rede (or Reade) 1369-1385. 54 

20 Thomas Rushooke, 1385-1388. 55 

31 R. Metford (or Mitford) 1388- 1395. 56 

22 Robert Waldby, 1395-1396. 57 

23 Robert Reade, 1396-1415. 58 

24 Stephen Pktrington, 1415-1417. 59 

25 Henry Ware, 14 18- 1420. 60 

26 John Kempe, 1421. 61 
37 Thomas Poldon, 1421-1426. 62 

28 John Rickingale, 1426- 1429. 63 

29 Simon Sidenham, 143 1- 1438. 64 

30 Richard Praty, 1438-1445. 65 
31. Adam Moleynes, 1445-1450. 66 

32 Reginald Peacock, 1450-1457. 67 

33 John Arundel, 1459- 1477. ^ 

34 Edward Story, 1478-1503. 69 

35 Richard Fitzjames, 1503-1506. 70 

36 Robert Sherburne, 1508- 1536. 



List. 

Richard Sampson, 1 5 36- 1 5 43. 

George Day, elected 1543, deprived 155 1, 

restored 1554, died 1556. 
JohnScory, 1552-1553. 
John Christopherson, 155 7- 1558. 
William Barlow, 15 59- 1569. 
Richard Curteys, 1570-1582. 
Thomas Bickley, 1585- 1596. 
Anthony Watson, 1596-1605. 
Launcelot Andrews, 1605 -1609. 
Samuel Harsnett, 1609-1619. 
George Carleton, 1619-16 28. 
Richard Montague, 1628-1638. 
Brian Duppa, 163 8-1 641. 
Henry King, 1642-1669. 
Peter Gunning, 1670-1675. 
Ralph Brideoke, 1675-1678. 
Guy Carleton, 1679-1685. 
John Lake, 1685-1689. 
Simon Patrick, 1689- 1691. 
Robert Grove, 1 69 1 - 1 696. 
John Williams, 1696-1709. 
Thomas Manningham, 1709-1722. 
Thomas Bowers, 1722-1724. 
Edward Waddington, 17 24-1 731. 
Francis H are, 1 73 1 - 1 740. 
Matthias Mawson, 1740- 1754. 
Sir W. Ashbumham, 1754-1797. 
John Buckner, 1797-1824. 
Robert James Carr, 1824- 183 1. 
Edward Maltby, 183 1 -1836. 
William Otter, 1836- 1840. 
Philip N. Shuttleworth, 1840-1842. 
Ashurst Turner Gilbert, 1842-1870. 
Richard Dumford, elected and consecrated 

1870. 



Alphabetical List — Andrews 45. Arundel ^^^ Ashbumham 63. Barlow 41. Bickley 43. 
Berghestede 14. Bowers 59. Brideoke 52. Buckner 64. Carleton (Geo.) 47. Carleton 
(Guy) 53. Carr 65. Christopherson 40. Clymping 13. Curteys 42. Day 38. Duppa 49. 
Durnford 70. Fitzjames 35. Gilbert 69. Godfrey 2. Greenford 6. Grove 56. Gunning 
51. Hare 61. Harsnett 46. Hilary 5. Kempe 26. King 50. Lake 54. Langton 16. 
Lenne (or Lullimore) 18. Maltby 66. Manningham 58. Mawson 62. Metford 21. Moleynes 
31. Montague 48. Neville 11. Otter 67. Patrick 55. Patrington24. Peacock 32. Poldon 
27. Poore 9. Praty 30. Radulfus 3. Reade (R.) 23. Rede (W.) 19. Rickingale 28. 
Rushooke 20. St. Richard 12. Sampson 37. Sancto Leofardo 15. Scory 39. Seffrid I. 4. 
SeSrid II. 7. Sherburne 36. Shuttleworth 68. Sidenham, 29. Stigand i. Story 34.' 
Stratford 17. Waddington 60. Waldby aa. Ware 25. Warham 10. Watson 44. Welles 8. 
Williams 57. 



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Chichester Cathedral, on some of the 
characteristic features of, by Rev. Philip 
Freeman : 1, 142. Comparison of spire and 
tower with those of Salisbury, 143. Pyra- 
midal grouping of its various parts, 143, 144. 
Triplicate and quinary features of the in- 
terior, 145, 146. Summing up of its cha- 
racteristics : restorations in progress, &c, 
147, 148. 

Chichester Cathedral : restoration and orna- 
mental additions, 1, 9. Sepulchral stone 
with sculptured heart, 129, 130. Saint 
Richard's bequest, 167. 169. Grimm's 
views, 3, 232. Decorative tile, 239. Civil 
war spoliations, 5, 51. Painter of the 
transepts, 182. Saxon portions of the 
structure, 215, 216. 218. Subsidy levy on 
its revenues, 231-235. 240, 241. Claim 
by the cathedral authorities refused by the 
Berwick parson, 6, 225, 226. Sir D. Owen's 
bequest to the chapter house, 7» 40. Sepul- 
chral reliques, episcopal jewels, &c, found, 
8, 299-301. Chapter house key, 310. 
Drawings of the choir previous to altera- 
tions, and of mural paintings in the 
bishop's chapel, 322, 323. Silver chalices 
found, 9, 310. Bequests to the cathedral 
as "the mother church of St. Richard," 
12, 87. 90. 98. Crown presentations to 
its dignitaries and to the city and county 
parishes belonging to it, 12, 257. 21,' 
47-51. Henry Marshall's bequest to the 
"church works," 13, 51. 53. Funds de- 
voted to its restoration temp, Q. Eliz, 51. 
Ixx:al proverb verified in the fall of the 
spire, 233. Eastbourne property of the 
cathedral, 14, 123. Bequests to it and to 
its high altar, 168. 169. Its chancellor and 
Chiddingly, 214. 236, 237. Gift of Michael 
third baron Poynings, 15, 22. Transfer of 
one of its windows to Poynings church, 39. 
Norman work in the building, 16, 17 nttte. 
Fortune of the service bell at the fall of the 
steeple, 140 note. Its bells, their founders 
and donors, 174. 189. Weight of the tenor, 
195. Bell inscriptions, 204. Fall of the 
spire, 18, 84 note. Grant of rent out of 
a farm in Westbourne, 22, 96. Simon de 
Wells's addition to the site and structure, 
182, 183. Monumental brasses, 23, 1^)0. 
145. 147. Seel7t 118. 119. 18, 74. 78. 
79. 86. 25, 215. 

Chichester churches, particulars relative to 
their bells, &c, 16, 142. 146. 150. 203. 
See All Saints in the Pallant. All Saints, 
Chichester. St. James, Chichester. SL 
Olave, Chichester. SL Pancras, Chichester. 

Chichester, dean and chapter of, manorial 
freeholds held by the, 9, 223. 225. Patrons 
of Racton, 23, 15. Minor particulars con- 
cerning bbhops, deans, monks, fijars, &c, 



10, 102. 105. 109. Ill, 112. 120. 121. 132. 
125. 127. Bequests, &c, to the grey and 
black friars, 12, 70 note. 89. 91. 19, 184. 

Chichester, vicars choral of, " dry rents " be- 
longing to the, 25, 55. Bequest to the 
friars-minors, 146. 

Chichester assizes, 1 279, claims made by the 
templars at, and verdicts thereon, 9, 231, 
232. 241, 242. 

Chichester Broyle, 3, 53, 54. Earthworks, 
174. 177. 

Chichester castle, 15, 150. 17, 116. 

Chichester City and Suburbs, sojourns of 
Edw. I. at, 2, 138. 140. 150. 151. 157. A 
great depot for French wines, 3, 72. 
Registry of wills, 109. Bequests : to the 
friars, 112. To the mother church, 114. 
116. Rebuilt by Cissa, 183. Qrimm's 
views, 232. Honours paid to St. George 
at, 4, 8. Its connection with the Saxons, 
68. 69. 72. 77. Its vicissitudes during the 
civil war, 5, 31. 34. 35. 37. 39. 41. Hos- 
pital founded by a regicide citizen, 31. 
Captured by the parliament forces, 41-44. 
Prominent prisoners, 45-50. Antiquarian 
loss, 53. Disgarrisoned, ibid. Again mal- 
treated, 97. Visited by Q. Eliz, 197. Dun- 
stall's views, 277, 278. One of the pre- 
sumed sites of Anderida, 6, 92, 101 notes. 
Only Sussex locality affording evidence of 
Danish occupation, 7, i. Site of " a temple 
by Chichester," etched by Dunstall, 56. 
Roman inscribed stone found (1723) 61. 
Duke of Monmouth's reception, 168. 15, 
75. Roman pottery found in and near the 
city, 8, 291. Municipal insignia, plate^ 
&c, of the corporation, 314. Ancient 
globular lantern, 315. Drawings of Roman 
gates, inscriptions, &c, 321. The Reg^um 
of the Romans, 10, 12. 11, 224. 13, 3. 
Statute regulating export of wool from, 
10, 70. Smuggler-murderers tried and 
hanged at, 87. 88. Carmelite friars, 109. 
Gaol delivery commissioners (141 5) 151. 
Traces of Roman earthworks, &c, 169-171. 
ij6 note. 177. 180. Inn signs, 181. 187. 
Borrer wills at, 11, 80. Calceto priory pos- 
sessions, 99. Particulars relating to the 
Roman road, 127. 128. 129. 132 note. 
135* ^4^* State of the defences, 169. 170. 
Bite and aspect, 182. Commonwealth troops 
at, demolition of city walls, &c, 12, 260. 
14, 151. Court held by Edw. I. at, 13, 
99. License to repair fortifications, 113. 
Chichester lobsters, 232 note. Hospitals 
in the city in bishop Lake's days, 305. 
Transfer of Selsey canons to the city, 85. 
Site of houses given to Boxg^ove priory, 
95. 98. Similar gift of messuages, 96. 
Two representatives of the dty, 120. Taken 
possession of by Ella the Saxon king, 166. 



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Occasion of its change of name, i66, 167. 
Its extent and importance in Roman times 
and valuation in Domesday, 167. Ancient 
royal dwelling in the city, 168. Supposed 
site of oue of its ancient charches, 171 
note. Riyer connection of the city, 16, 259. 
Camden's remark, 261. Former importance 
of its harbour, 262, 263. Chichester lobsters, 
307. The city in old time, 18, 86. Topo- 
graphic and historical publications, 87-91. 
no. Successive repedrs of the walls, &c, 
I49» 150* Address of the corporation to 
George 1. on his aco^ssion, 19, 145. Prepar- 
ations for receiving, and passage through 
the city of, the Prince of Wales (Geo. II.) 
on a later occasion, 146-148. Ogilby's 
sketch of the city, 159. The road from 
London, 167. From OxJford, 169. Roman 
remains, 197. Needlemaking monopoly 
once enjoyed at ; causes of the trade dying 
out, 22, 223, 224. Enquiry relative to 
grain at the port, 23, 4 note. Principal 
freeholders and their present representatives, 
\ 7S» 7^ ('734) 75* 7^' Notice of some re- 

' -reorders of the city, 24, 75, 80 note. Dis- 
covery of Roman relics, 141, 295. Guild- 
writs (1388) 292. " Goddestrcte," 25, 226. 

Chichcstbr, Former Inhabitants op: by 
W. D. Cooper, F.S.A, V.P, 24, 63-84. 
Lists preserved among the Public Records : 
local surnames, peculiar Christian names, 
63. Comptrollers of the Customs (1335- 
1456) noteworthy features of the 1523 re- 
turn, 64. Occurrence preserved in the 
Roxburghe Ballad of '*the English Mer- 
^ chant," 65. Subsidy rolls: (1295) 66. 
(1524) 70.75. (1621) 75-78. Poll Tax 
(1380) 67-69. Hearth Tax (1670) 78-84. 

Chichester crier*s duties, from an old docu- 
ment, 20, 228, 229. 

Chichester Cross, architecturally described 
by John Britton, F.S.A, '1, 193-195. 
Society's offer, 195 note. Model of the 
cross, 8, 323. Arms on it, 15, 115. Fair on 
St George's day, 176, 177. Bells 16, 204. 

Chichester customs, an eai'ly comptroller of, 
12, 37 note. 

Chichester grammar school and cross, bishop 
Story's bequests to, 17, 200. 

Chichester harbour and the Romans, 18, 1 . 74. 

Chichester men, wounded or killed at Min- 
dcn, 10, 42. Chichester merchant guild, 
see Merchant guild. 

Chichester mint, first mention of, and 
monarchs whose coins were struck there, 9, 
369, 370. Its moneyer, 20, 214. Coins 
from its mint among the Chancton hoard, 
219. See 15, 167, i^. 

Chichester monasteiy chapel, use now made 
of, 1, 168 note. 

Chichester museum, celts and similar antiques 



deposited in, 9, no. 115. Roman cyst, 11, 
130. Paterae and glass vessel also de- 
posited at 22, 58. 

Chichester rape, amount of subsidy collected 
in 1 296, 2, 289. Dedications of churches 
in the rape, 12, 67-82. Its river, castle, and 
forest, 15, 150. I louse of correction, 16, 
j6. Returns as to condition of poor, &c, 
40-42. 44. Knighthood compositions, 50. 
Treatment of the quakers, 72. See also 
150. 159. 168. 

Chichester subsidy commissioners temp. H. 
VIII, 9, 104. Temp. Chas. I, 105. 

Chichester traders' tokens, 10, 207. 209. 11, 
175. 176. 18, 163. 164. 24, 79, 80, 81, 
82, 83, notes. 126. 127. 

Chichester, see Dunstall. Roman inscription. 
St. Mary's hospital. 

Chichester, MEBTiNoof the Arch jeolooical 
Institute at, see Archaeological Institute. 
Catalogue of Antiquities exhibited 
during the meeting, 8, 281-344. 

Chichester, earl of, Cromwellian relic exhibited 
by, 2, 78. Church restored by, 278. 279. 
Same still bears the Pelham buckle, 3, 212. 
Pelham seal exhibited by him, 220. Hun- 
dreds under his lordship, 6, 57. 21, 109. 
118. His property at Seaford, 7, 121. 
Memorial rights of himself and the corpora- 
tion, 121 note. Alienator of Lindfield to his 
' ancestor, 9, 330. Gifts to Lewes castle 
museum by, 12, 222. 18, 71. 73. His 
exertions in connection with Hastings castle 
and church, 13, 152. 153. Manorial pay- 
ment by, 14, 264. "Endlcweek rents," 
payable by, 24, 220. See 18, 65. 

Chichester, Wm. de Albania, earl of, 25, 85. 

Chichester, earls of. See Pelham. 

Chiddingfold, Surrey, 14, 208. 16, 256. 

Chiddingly (Chidingligh, Chidynglyghe) bells 
cast at, 2, 196. Site of ironworks, 208. 
Suit against Lord Camoys for seizure at, 8, 
158. John Miller's bequest to the poor, 9, 
36. Yearly value of the manor (141 1) 10, 
142. Inn signs, 190. 191. A drunken 
dead parishioner, 11, 212. A lover's visit 
to his charmer, 218. Eastbourne bells 
sent to, 14, 131. Bequest by a resident to 
Eastbourne, 134. Chid and Chiddingly, 
14, 209. Yearly value of lands (1649) 19, 
208. Corruption of local names at, 25, 
105 note. See 1, 10. 3, 224. 13, 87, 
88. 16, 284. 18. 193. 194. 

Chiddingly church, 2, 274. Sepulchre once 
m it, 3, no. III. Pelham buckle, 222. 
24, 7. Miller family tombs, 9, 36 note. 
Vicar's arms quota, 11, 227. The bells, 
16, 159-' 161. 194. 205. Relics of an 
earlier church, 18, 186, 187. Monumental 
I brass, 23, 147. Matrices of brasses lately 
I found, ibid. 



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Chiddinolt, Parochial history of, by Mark 
Antony Lower, M.A, F.S.A, Acreage of 
the parish, 14, 207-252. Its natural 
features, and its seven hills, 207, 208. Its 
former church-going grandeur, 208. Evi- 
dences of Roman occupation, ibid. Deri- 
vation of its name, 2o8» 209. Description in 
Domesday, 210, 211. Subsidy roll of 24 
Edw. I. (1296) 211. Proprietors at that date, 
212,213. Gallows Comer, 2 1 3 71. Nonse re- 
turns, 214. Manorial History. Manor of 
Chiddingly and its lord, Sir Nicholas de la 
Beche ; his singular office and career, 215. 
Descent to the Sackvilles, ibid. Will of 
John Sackville, 216. Manor of Chiddingly, 
alias Byrche, and its successive owners, 
216-218. Notices of the Jeffcrays [See 
Jefferay]. Chiddingly place, as rebuilt by 
Sir John Jefferay, and the punning motto 
in its windows, 225. Carvings and arms 
in the hall, 226. Legend of the black hen 
and the ''crock of money,** 226 note. 
Verses over the porch with translation, 227. 
Peaks, the other seat of the Jefferays, and 
its more recent owners, 227. Gin and beer 
song relating to it and Perryland, 228. 
** The Stream," and the French and Brom- 
field families, 228, 229. Burghill; Stone- 
hill, and the Elphick feimily, and their tim- 
ber-framed house, 230. Burches or Burchetts 
and the Willard family, 230, 231. Old 
houses at Friths and Hsde green, 231. The 
Torels, or Tourles and the Calverleys ; end 
of the last representative of the latter, 232. 
Thunder's hill and the Thunders, ibid. 
House and family of the Shirlcjrs 232, 233. 
Other families formerly connected with 
the parish, 233. The Dicker and its extent, 
233t 234. Etymology of the word Dicker, 
its leathery associations, 234. Repeated 
litigation of which it was the subject, 234, 
235. Act tar its enclosure, 236. Ecclesias- 
tical History : earliest mention of the 
benefice, 236. Successive owners of the 
advowson and tithes, 237; Inspecting 
commissioners' returns, t^^. Site of the 
church ; system of church marks for railing 
in the churchyard, 238, 239. The church, 
its spire, and other architectural features, 
239. Repairs executed by the village 
blsLcksmith, 240, and feat then achieved 
by a villager, ibid, note. The bells and 
their inscriptions, ibid. JcRcmy monu- 
ments, 241. The chief baron's monu- 
ment, and traditions connected with it, 242, 
243. Margerie Jefferay's tomb, 244. 
French and Bromfield monuments, 244, 
245. Font and Register, 245. Puritan 
baptismal names, 246. Notable entries 
in the register; instances of longevity, 247. 
Payments for destruction of vermin, ibid. 



List of incumbents, 248. Parson Titelton 
and his accommodating conscience, 249. 
Thomas Eades, the nonjuring vicar, and 
his legacy to 'the parish clerk, 249, 250. 
His epitaph ; litigation about his legacy, 
251. John Herring, the introducer of 
potatoes, ibid. Thomas Baker and his 
epitaph on himself, 25 2. Inscriptions in the 
church, 241. In the churchyard, 253-258. 

Chiddingstone, Kent, the Bores of Boreplace 
at, 11, 80 note. See 14, 208. 

Chidecroft, John, yearly value of lands held 
by (1411) 10, 144. 

Chidham or Chedeham : prebend attached to 
Bosham, 8, 194. Calceto priory rents in, 

11, no. Sussex men captured by the French 
at, 12, 25. Dedication of the church, 69. 
Bells, 16, 205. Derivation of name, 23» 
2 TtoU. See 18, 81. 82. 89. Chudham. 

ChifHetius on the Jesuits' bark, 10, 20. Why 
he wrote it down, 21. 

Chigwell school, Essex, chief object of the 
founder of, 9, 183. Qualifications re- 
quired in the master, 189 note, 

ChikehuU, H. de, royal confirmation of gift to 
St. Mary's hospital, Chichester, by, 2, 3. 

Chilcott, Elizabeth, Timothy Burrell's second 
wife, 3, II 8. 

Child, bond given for support of a, 14, 152. 

Child, Sir Francis, banker. Temple bar, 2, 1 25. 

Child, Sir Joshua, on the increased value of 
land, 1, 120 note. 

Child, Roger, his deposition in the Dureford 
abbey inquiry, 7, 224. Set in the " stokkes 
for by cause he confessed the truth," 226. 

Child, William le, and others, complaint of 
the Seaford townfolk against, 7, 78. 

Children, recumbent effigies of, 1, 128. 

Children, reverential bearing towards parents 
of, 10, 2. Parental austerity in old time, 
2 note. Habit of sending them out to nurse, 

12, 49 note. 

Children, legendary devourers of, 24, 19. 22. 

Childrens, G, Sussex roads commr, 15, 146. 

Childhurst, Chittlehurst, Gildhurst, given to 
Bayham abbey, 9,151. Modem name, 1 5 in. 

Chilgfove chapel, Westdean, 12, 81. 

Chilgrove, earthworks at, 3, 175. 177. Glass 
and fictile vessels found at, 8, 292. Early 
remains found, 10, 169. Indications of 
ancient British village near, 22, 62. Chief 
freeholder (1734) and his present represen- 
tative, 23, 76. See 18, 92. 

Chilley (should be Shelley) John, of Heath- 
field, 24, 254. 

Chillingworth, Dr, fate of, 5, 63. His remains 
insulted, 14, 23. See 25, 209 note. 

Chillye, Laurence de^ benefactor to Michelham 
priory, 6, 136. Chilley bridge, ilnd note, 

Chiltington (Childyngton) nonae return, 1, 64. 
W. de Zouche landholder in, 6> 49. 



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Borough English in the manor, 180. 
Yearly value of the chapel (1650) 10, 23 
note. Of the lands, &c. (141 1) 137. (1649) 
19, 207. Ditchling endowed with a farm 
in, 13, 258. Manorial rent of the township, 
23,238. See 17, 79. 25,129. 

Chiltington, west, dedication of and bequest to 
the church, 1 2, 89. 90. Bequest to the poor of 
Chiltington and West Chiltington, 16, 37. 
Churches and bells, 141. 151. 194. 205. 279. 
See 257. 

Chiltingrton, Ralph de, 11, 73. 

** Chiminum de Lewes,** 5, 159 no/e. 

Chimney Back of Sussex Iron, by S. Ever- 
shed, 23, 119-122. It» measurement, 
character of its workmanship, how pre- 
served, present resting place, &c, 119, 120. 
Its curious rendering of the story of Europa, 
ornamentation of its borders, date, &c, 
120, 121.' Chimney backs at Ockley and 
Windsor, castle, anecdote connected with 
the latter,' 121, 122. 

Chimney, double, Michelham, 6, 156. 

Chimney piece, ancient, at Seaford, 7, 127. 

Chimney tax and hearth money, 1, 103. 1 13. 
114. 116. 118. 123. 126. Grievous clia- 
racter of the tax, date of its abolition, 3» 
123 note. See Hearth money. 

Chimneys, Sussex, desirability of a paper on, 
14, 231 note. 

Chinese bells, 16, 138. 

Chinon, Simon de Wells with king John at, 
22, 179. 

Chintinges (Ching^on, Chyngton) the manor 
given to Michelham priory, 6, 132, 133. 
Present owner, 1^2 note. Complaints against 
the prior, 142. Ancient owners of, 7, 77. 
" Chingtinge Bame,** " Chintinge Layncs,** 
103. Chapel formerly existing, 112. Its 
acreage, present owner, &c, 121. Its earlier 
importance, union with Seaford, &c, 122. 
Chyngton castle, 1 23. Mistake of previous . 
writers, ibid note. Defences needed at Chint- 
ing farm, 11, 151. 'Subsidy roll, 17, 162. 
See Chynting. Rent payable, 24, 220. See 

14. 264, 

Chintriaco, Hugh de, prior of Lewes, 4, 236. 
Chircheman, W. an esq. at Agincourt, 15, 130. 
Chiselberge church given to Boxgrove priory, 

15, 96. 

ChisweU*s farm, last of the Hicks family at, 
11, 219. 

Chisworth, former residence of the dukes of 
Norfolk, 11, 32 note. See Chesworth. 

Chisy castle, why besieged by Richard 1, 4, 109. 

Chitenden, W, trade token, 11, 177. 24, 123. 

Chithurst, hammerpond at, 2, 209. Part of 
Calceto priory possessions, dispute relative 
to tithes, 11, 99, 100. Marriage enrolled in 
the church missal, 12, S3- Chapclry, 73. 
Advowson, 73 note* 



Chitty (Chittey) train band captain, mayor of 
Chichester, 5, 37. 37 note, 24, 76 note, 

Chitty, John, knighthood composition, 16,48. 

ChivU, Hugh, payment for office and wife of, 
12, 153. 

Choclinges, Hugh de, 19, 24. 

Choiseul, family and local name derived from, 
9, 346. 

Chokelake, F. an esq. at Agincourt, 15, 129. 

Cholmondely, earl, at Halland, 11, 190. 192. 

Chorles, the three, 11, 46. 

Chorley school, Lancashire, why the master 
was compelled to be a non-resident, 9> i86. 

Chowne, H, M.P. for Horsham, 5, 104. 
Manor formerly belong^ing to the family, 
7» 121. Thomas Chowne, Sussex justice, 
16,31.32. Knighthood composition, 48. 
Wreck complaints against his son, 17, 150. 
Richard Chowne presented for building a 
wall, 1^7. Bray Chowne's petition relative 
to the Middleton property, 19, 109. His 
parentage, ibid note. Arms of Thomas 
Chowne of Aldfriston, 25, 94. 

Chranche, Sir William, bequest to, 13, 54* 

"Chrismatory" and "Chrism,** purpose, con- 
stituents of, &c, 8, 137 note. 

Christ. See Crucifixion. 

Christchurch, Stansted,new church, 12, 78 n. 

Christchurch, Worthing, 12, 105. 

Christchurch, Oxford, grant of church pa- 
tronage to, 17, 24. 

Christchurch priory, Hants, defacement of the 
arms of the Poles at, 23, 16 note. 

Christian, Mr. (1732) expelled from Chiches- 
ter diocese, 17, 61 note. 

Christian, Mr, architect, 6hurch repairs and 
restorations executed under, 14, 129. 22, 
83. On South Berstead church, 24, 168. 

Christianity under the Saxons, 4, 67. Its as- 
sailants in Sussex, 70. Long opposition of 
Sussex men to it, 72. Obstacles in the way 
of its adoption, 78, 79. See Saxon rule. 

Christian names, puritanical, 14, 151. 246. 
Confusion due to variations in, 23, 206. 
Christian names of old time now seldom 
used, 24, 63. Examples from South Bcrsted 
registers, 173. From Streat registers, 25, 

134- 
Christians and Christian symbols, 2, 282, 283. 

Christie, William Langham, M.P. of Gljrnde- 

boume, view presented by, 20, 65. Descent 

of the estate to his father, 66. 
Christ*s hospital, trust refused by, 22, 39. 
" Christ*s share,** tythe herrings so csilled, 2, 

44. ** Christe*s share ** in the Winchebea 

fishery, 21, 71. 
Christmas made a puritan fast day, 5, 32 n. 
Christmas, Thos. armada contribution, 1, 35. 
Christopherson, John, bishop of Chichester, 

and Houghton bridge and highways, 17, 

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Christophoras, Nicholas, collection at East- 
bourne for, 14, 131. 

''Chrysal," original of a character in the 
novel of, 4, 165. 

** Chrysomers,*' meaning of, 4, 248 note. 

Chuck hatch, Ashdown Forest, 14, 49. 

Chudeham, (Chudham, Chidham) nonse re- 
turn, 1, 60. Inddents at deposed to in proof of 
age of Robert Tank, 1 2, 43, 43. See Chidham. 

Chudhurster township, common fine charged 
on, 23, 225. 

Church, the, and Churches: Saxon edifices of 
wood, 1, 6. Why of wood in early times, 
2, 8. Forms, materials, &c, of the Anglo- 
Saxon churches, 8, 345, 246. [See Saxon 
churches.] Round towered churches, 1, 9. 
13,16. Crammed with pews in Common, 
wealth times, 1, 115. Place of honour 
allotted to a principal saint, 167 note. East 
Sussex churches, 2, 272-275. Disparaging 
remarks of some historians, 285. ITheir 
especial fitness for their situation, ilid note. 
North doors often blocked up, 3, no. Pre- 
reformation bequests, no, in. 114- 116. 
Despoiled and profaned by puritans and 
papists, 4, 251-253. Some results of the 
substitution of tables for altars, 252 note. 
Inquiry commissions, 264. 265, 266. 279. 
Quarrels about pews, 281, 282. 284, 285. 
Suspension of hatchments, &c, 283. Decays 
and attempted restorations, 291. A hint to 
clerfi;ymen, 295 note. Seats, position of the 
reading desk, &c, 6, 229. Non-mention of 
churches in Domesday no evidence of their 
non-existence, 8, 235. Churches of the 
Anglo-^Saxons, their forms, materials, &c, 
245, 246. 

Churches and church porches used for business 
purposes, money payments and the like, 9, 
37 22, 119. 120. 133. 132 note. Burials 
in porches, 17» 126 note. Great defect in 
the erection of the early churches, 9, 70. 
Protest against some restorations, 89. Papal 
reservation of the rights of the church, 
336. Legends of supernatural inter- 
ferences with churches and church sites, 
87. 326. 337. 13, 87. 226. 227. Most 
suitable position for the Belief, &c, 16, 2 n. 
The Church and the quakers, 65. Item 
relative to church walls not decked with the 
Scripture, 23, 107. See Dedications. 

Church Bblls op Sussex, by Amherst 
Daniel Tyssen, 16, 138-232. As to inven- 
tion of bells : when first introduced into 
Europe, 138. Works on the subject, ibid 
note, BeUs and Besiegers, an anecdote, 
139. Introduction of bells into England, 
ibid. Bell-metal, its components, t^ note. 
Earliest dated bell in Sussex,* 140. Cause 
of the scarceness of ancient bells, and 
number of same now remaining in the 



county, ibid and note 7. How bells wear 
out, 141. Character and specimens of 
ancient inscriptions, shields, founders' 
stamps, &C, 141 -1 53. Modem bells : 
periods of spoliation, 154-156. Object of 
queen Elizabeth's proclamation, 156. Re- 
action in favour of bells, 157. Bellfound- 
ing during the commonwealth, 158. 
Notices of Sussex founders, 158-165. 
Report in 1686 on condition of Sussex 
bells, 166. How some churches lost their 
bells, 167. Present number and com- 
plement of the several Sussex peals, ibid 
n/>te. Notices of founders of Sussex bells 
dwelling out of the county, 1 67-181. 
Itinerant founders, 181 -186. Bells set up 
by donation or bequest, 187-190. Rhymed 
inscriptions, 188, 188 note, 191, 192. 
Weights of bells: comparative table for 
ascertaining same, 193. Diameter and 
weight of the Sussex tenor bells, 194, 195. 
Alphabetical list of founders, 196. The like 
of inscriptions on Sussex bells, 197-232. 

Church bells, Wivdsfidd, 22, 51. West- 
bourne, 86. Founder's monogram, 234. 
Bells recast. See Hasting^ documents. 

Church goods, Bolney, particulars of sale of, 
temp. Hen. VIII, 6, 245. 

Churchings, or purifications, great feasting^, 
&C, at, 12, 31, 42 notes, 

** Church marks," meaning and arrangement 
of, 6, 240. In use at Chiddingly, 14, 238. 
Antiquity of the system, 19, 48 note. 

Church street. Church house. Church fields, 
Hastings, 14, 67. 99, 100. Church street, 
Eastbourne, 122. 

Churchwardens' accounts; Chiddingly, 14, 
247. Eastbourne, 130. Maresfield, 154. 

Churchwarden's orthography (1756) a sample 
of, 25, 124. 

Churchyards, felling of trees in forbidden by 
statute, 9, 214. 

Churchar family, 14, 233. 

Churcher, George, rent charged on lands of, 
23, 290. 292. 

Churcher, Thomas, Chiddingly, 14, 217. 

Churchill, rev. Benjamin, 18, 84. 

Churchill, Brigadier, 15, 79. 

Churchill, col. George, letters to Mr Sergisoa 
from, 25, 71. 72. 

Churchill, John, Staffordshire ironworker, 
Sussex furnace taken by, 3, 246. 

Churte, John, chantry rent charged on, 23, 31. 

Churton, archdeacon, paper on penitential 
cells, &C, by, 7, 156 note, 12, 123. 

Chydeston manor, successful suit of Doreford 
abbey for, 8, 78. 

Chyfeibergh or Chysdbergh, Rad. Mich, and 
Rob. de, subsidy assessments of, 14, 212. 

Chynting, Chyntynge, yearly value (141 1) lO, 
140. Service attached to tenure of lands 



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in, 1 2y 30 note. Chynting, Philip of, remark 
on the name, 17, 144. See Chintdng. 

Chyntriaco (Chintracoia) Hugh de, prior of 
Lewes, .duty assig^d by Prior Joceaux to, 
3, aoo. Particulars concerning him, 201. 

Chytteme, John de, presentation, 17, 104* 

Ciampini on Christian symbols,' 2, 280. 282. 

Cider, apples cultivated in Sussex for, 23, 
285 note. 

Ciding, etymology of, 14, 209. 

Cimabue's fresroes, 4, 2. His painting of 
St. Michael, 7. 

Cinder, origin of places in Sussex with the 
prefix of, 2, 171 note. 

"Cinerarius," latinized form of Ashbumer,8, 
152 note. 

Cingalese manuscript at Parham, 25, 1 1« 

Cinnamon, rent paid in, 11, 117. 

C1N12UB Ports in Sussbx, Mark. Antony 
Lower, F.S.A, on the seals of the, 1, 14-25. 

CiNQUB Port Vessels, and their Employ- 
ment, by W. H. Blaauw, F.S.A, 4, 101- 
124. Royal orders on the ports for ships, 
&c, 105. 107. De Burgh's succes^ul 
stratagem with their fleet, 105, 106. Dues 
granted to them, 107. Peculiar privilege 
enjoyed by them, 108. Piratical practices of 
their mariners, 108, 109. Pilgrim-carrying 
vessels and grievances connected with same, 
109. Privateering M.P.'s and mayors, 1 10. 
Side taken by the ports in the strife between 
the king and Jus barons, ibid. Obsequious 
letters, after defeat, of their barons, iii. 
Effect on trade of their stoppage of foreign 
ships, 112. Long prevalence of feuds 
between them and Yarmouth, and fierce 
revenge taken on the latter, 112, 113. 
Their services and exploits on subsequent 
occasions, 1 13-124. 

Cinque Ports, when first summoned to send 
representatives, 2, 289. Early wardens of 
the, 4, 137. Complaints of the barons 
against Roger Mortimer, 2nd earl of March, 
209. How dealt with in the civil war, 5, 32. 
Port of rendezvous for their vessels, 6, 46. 
Jurisdiction of Hastings, 58. Right to set up 
a gallows granted to them, 8, 207. An un- 
successful claim of privilege, 209. Cinque 
port pirates and complaints of their piratical 
doings, 10, 89. 23, 30. Defences within 
their jurisdiction, &c, 11, 152. 181. An 
extinct member, 230. 

Cinque Ports, why bailiffs were sent to 
Yarmouth from the, cesser of the pracdce, 
&c, 12, 159. 162, 163. Part taken by the 
barons in coronations, i6o« Assault on 
them by, and punishment of, the servants 

^ of Chas. II, 160 note. Former importance 
of the ports, their duties, privileges, &c, 
160, 161. Proportion of ships to be fiir- 
nished to the Royal navy, &Cy 160 note. 



Why Tenterden was annexed to Rye, 162. 
Early resort of the portsmen to the Yar- 
mouth fishery, ibid. Their destructive sea 
fights with the Yarmouth men, 163. The 
banner of the ports, 164 note. Hospitalities 
and f eastings at Yarmouth, 165. Penalties 
laid on neglectful bailiffs, 165, 166. Cir- 
cumstantial record of the Yarmouth visit of 
bailiffs Lake and Lennarde (1588) their con. 
tention for due recognition of their rights, 
&C, 166-176. 178-192. Joint proclamation 
and charge regulating the Herring fair at 
Yarmouth, 176-178. Constitution of and 
procedure at the Brotherhoods, 192, 193. 
Their iast sitting, aspect of Romney church 
on the occasion, 193, 194. Items of ex- 
penditure on two such occasions (1654 and 
1500) 194, 195. Explanatory note and 
last entries concerning the banner, 269. 

Cinque Ports, barons of the, 14, 65. Why 
exempted from ordinary taxes, 71. Their 
custumals, 72. 80. Largest tonnage of 
vessels, temp, Eliz, 87 note. Their poor 
licensed to beg, 105. Proclamation and 
statutes relating to them, 106. See 78, 79. 
214, 215. The barons at coronations [See 
coronations]. A feast in the time of Henry 
VII, 15, 246. Privilege claimed in respect 
of knighthood compositions, 16, 47. 

CiNQUB Ports, Old Seals and Barons of 
the, by Thomas Ross, Esq, 17» 64-69. 
Rye seal, arms and legends, 64, 65. Hast- 
ings bailiff's seal, 65. Pevensey barons 
temp. Edw. Ill, 66. Non-residents, 66-69. 
Noteworthy names among them, 69. List 
of topographic works, local acts, &c, 171- 

173. Summons to Hastings, 258. See 
Barons. Six reasons. 

Cinque ports, mentioned in Domesday, 19> 
3. See II, 17, 18, 33, 34t 183. See also 
Dover. Hastings. Hythe. Pevensey. Rom- 
ney. Rye. Sandwich. Seaford. Shoreham. 
Winchelsea. 

Cirencester, Richard of, his '' Anderisio," 2, 
315. A suggestion adopted from, 6, I03t 

Cirencester, Thomas of, 3, 45. 54. 

Cirencester (Corinium) use made of hollow 
tiles at, 21, 38. 

Cissa and Ella, 1, 5. 15, 165. 

Cissa, not the constructor of Cissbury, 3, 178. 
Period of his landing, 181. Fabulous lon- 
gevity ascribed to him, 182. Character of 
his rcign, ibid. Chichester rebuilt by him, 
183. Slaughter of the Britons by him, 4, 
68, 69. His settlement at Selsea, 74. His 
chief place of residence and new name 
given to same, 15, 166, 167. Supposed 
site of dwelling, 168. Progress of Lewes 
under his sway, 21, 92. See 1, 5. 

Cissbury, andent military earthwork of, 3, 

174. Its unchanged aspect, 177. Origin 



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of its name, 178. Occupied but not con- 
structed by the Romans, 178-180. Pecu- 
liar features denoting a British origin, 180. 
Period of Cissa's connection with it, 181- 
183. Grimm's view, 236. Roman vicinal 
way, 11, 139 7wU. See 15, 148. 

CissBURY Flint Works, Mr. Joseph Stevens 
on the, 24, 145-165. Occupation of the 
site by the Celtic Britons, geological 
changes, &c, 146, 147. Views of Col. Fox 
and other explorers, 150, 151. Camden's 
description, derivation of its name, &c. 
Other writers cm the same subject, 15 a, 
153. Position and character of the fortifi- 
cations, 153. Probable source of water 
supply, number and purpose of the pits on 
the west slope, 154. Evidences of Roman 
occupation, Und, Result of Col. Fox's ex- 
plorations, 155. Proof of the antiquity of 
the earthworks, 156. Variety and descrip- 
tion of implements found by the author, 
156-158. 

Cistercian abbey, Robertsbridge, 15, 152. [See 
Robertsbridge.] Sites generally chosen for 
Cistercian monasteries, number in England 
26 Henry VIII, &c, 8, 142. Exemptions 
granted to the order, 9, 2. Non-encroach- 
ment agreement with the Pemonstiatensians, 
160. The order an offshoot from the Bene- 
dictines, 15, 85. 

Cists found at Doisworth and elsewhere, 10, 
174-177. 22, 59 note. . 

Cittisen, or Citizen, John, rector of Streat, 25, 
129. 134. 168. 169. 

Civil War (1642- 1660) Passages in Sussex 
of the, with Notices of some of the Per- 
sons concerned in it, by W. H. Blaauw, 
Esq, 5, 29-104. The Apsley MSS, 29. 
Royalists and Parliamentarians, 29-31. 
Military preparations and movements, 
35. Preponderance of king's friends 
in the west, 36. A royalist surprise, 37. 
Epithets used on both sides, 38. Captures 
and recaptures. [See Arundel. Chichester.] 
Sketches of prominent actors in the struggle. 
[See Bowycr. Cawley. Ford. Goffe. Goring. 
Haselrig. Hopton. Lewknor. Lunsford. Mor- 
ley. Middleton. Ormond. Springate. Stapley. 
Temple. Trevor. Waller.] Dealings with 
the clergy, 49-52. 73-80. Symptoms of 
discontent : organization of clubmen, 84, 
85. Royalist plot got up by recreant round- 
heads, 88-9 1 . Advent of the restoration , 98- 
100. See Charies I. Charles II. Parliament. 

Civil War Proceedings in Sussex (1643-4) 
letters fh^m a puritan army chaplain pre- 
sent, 9, 49, 50. His probable error 
relative to Prince Rupert, 49 note. On 
the differences between the parliamentary 
colonel and the Lewes committee, 50. His 
account of the takici; of Arundd castle 



51-54. Address by S. Jeake and others to 
Fairfax for redress of abuses and vigorous 
prosecution of the war, 54-56. Counter 
petition to the parliament from other Sussex 
men, 56. Rise of Horsham men in the 
King's cause, 56 note. 

Civille, Wm. la, 11, 100. 

Clacton, organic remains at, 16, 60. 

Claget, George and William, 13, 30. 

Clapham, near Arundel, church inscriptions 
where printed, 11, 239. Two Ciaphams, 
12, 87. 105. Crown presentation, 257. 
Lands settled by Hugh de la Chambre, 14, 
313. Church bells, 16, 142. 144. 205. 
Monumental brasses, 18, 103. 23, 130. 
148-150. Chief freehold^ (^734) ^^^ 
thdr present representatives, 23, 76. Rent 
of the township, 238. 

" Clappers," local meaning of, 23, 68. 

Claremont, 16, 269. 

Clare, Dom. Bogonus de, dispute between 
Bayham abbey and, 9, 1 73. 

Clare, Gilbert de, beseiged in Pevensey castle, 

2, 132. 6, 272. 

Clare, Isabel, daughter of Gilbert de, first wife 
of W. de Braose, 8, 36 note. 

Clare, lord de, mission confided to, 17f 73« 

Clare, Richard de, king's escheator beyond 
Trcnt,^8, 68. 

Clare, Richard de, fee paid to Hen. III. on 
the marriage of, 12, 153. 

Clare, Richard, earl of, grants and conBrma- 
tions to Bayham abbey by, 9, 154. 156. 

Clare, Thomas, deputy cinque ports baron, 
15, 202, 203. 207. 

Clare, Thomas, earl of, 25, 172. 202. 

Clare, Walter, and ^mily, land granted to, 
25, 138, 139. 

Clare, Wm. de, poisoned, 7, 52. 8, 60. 154. 

Clarence and his malmsey butt, 4, 210. His 
daughter, 21, 76. [Sec Salisbury, Margaret 
countess of.] Lionel, duke of, and Edward 
Dalyngrigg, 12, 225. Sussex knight in his 
retinue at Agincourt, 15, 125. [See note 
19 on p. 127.] Thomas, duke of, killed at 
Baugy, 7, 38 note. 

Clarendon, lady, her magnificent fish ponds, 

3, 152 note. 

Clarendon, lord, on Anthony Stapley the regi- 
cide, 2, 103. 4, 330. On the effect of the par- 
liament's protestation, 4, 288 note. Event 
slightly noticed by him, 5, 29. On various 
points connected with the Civil War, 32. 33. 
35* 42- 43* 55- 56. 60. 61. 66: 79. 88. Sir E. 
Sackville, characterized by, 6, 227. His 
ancestor, Ralph Hyde, 9, 320. On female 
influence at Charles I.'s court, 10, 7. On 
Sir T. Glenham, 10 note. On Goring, earl 
of Norwich, 11. On lady Aubigny and 
Edw. earl of Dorset, 11, 28. 34. On the 
escape of a Perd, 14, 14. On the fanaticism 



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of the Commonwealth period, 162. On 
Col. Counter's service to Chas. II, 23, 7. 
John Ashbamham's " Vindication *' against 
his misrepresentations 24, 3. 5ee 4, 280. 
Hide, chancellor. 

Clarisses, order of nuns so called, 22, 125. 

Clark, J, fined for cockfighting, 9, 184 note, 

Clark, James, persecution of the quakers by, 
16, 85-89. 91-93* 97* Two of his tools, 
100, 1 01. End of his miserable life, 103. 

Clark, Mr, custos, SL Mary's Hospital, 24, 61. 

Clark, Thomas, priest, judge in his own cause, 
16, 84. End to him and his cause, 85. 

Clark, W. Cuckfield park sold by, 25, 81. 

Clark, William, arms quota of, 11, 227. 

Clark, William Henry, incumbent of Sutton- 
cum-Seaford, 7, 117. 17, 161. 

Clarke, Barbara, of Pevensey, 24, 251. 

Clarke, Edw. Daniel, famous traveller, 9, 220. 
12, II. 21. His father and grandfather 
rectors of Buxted, ibid. Benefice, and place 
of death of, 14, 268. Note : Dr. Clarke's 
death place was not at his parsonage, as 
stated in vol. xii, p. 22, nor at Elsenham, 
Essex, as stated in vol. xiv, p. 268. He 
died in Pall Mall, London, at the house of 
his father-in-law. Sir W. B. Rush. 

Clarke, Elizabeth, second wife and widow of 
the last of the Morleys, estate carried to her 
second husband by, 20, 61, 62. 67. 

Clarke family, sometime owners of Wakehurst, 

10, 158. 

Clarke, Dr. James Stanier, 12, 21. 
Clarke, John, bell founder, 16, 180. 181. 186. 
Clarke, John, vicar of Seaford, 17, 160. 
Clarke, Richard, descent of a Sussex estate to, 

11, 189. 

Clarke, Robert, vicar of Eastbourne, 14, 130. 

Clarke, Samuel, ghost stories from the 
"Mirror for saints and sinners" of, 18, 
111-113. 

Clarke, Rev. William, rector of Buxted, on 
Henry Michell's attainments, 14, 165. Dis- 
coverer of Gundrada's tomb, 18, 135. His 
letters relative to Brighton in 1736, 19, 165. 

Clarke, Sir William, last high-mass priest, 
Midhurst, 20, 24. 26. 

Clarke, see Clerc. Clerck. Clerk. Gierke. 

Clarke-Jervoise, Sir J. C, bart. Antiquities 
exhibited at Chichester by, 8, 283. 285. 
308. 324. 

Clarkson, Rev. Georgb Arthur, M.A. Notes 
on Amberley, its castle, church, &c, 17, 185- 
239. Seal exhibited by, 8, 334. Probability 
of a tradition referred to by, 18, 119. 

Clatune (Clayton) in Domesday, 16, 21 note. 

Claudia and Pudens, attempted identification 
by Mr Hay of, 1, 5. See 7, 62. 16, 26. 

Claudius, occasion of the invasion of Britain 
by, 5, 206. Claudius Gothicus, coins of, 
found, 11, 137. 140. 



Claveham, or Claverham, 14, 211. An ex- 
tinct manor, ibid, note 6. Seized by the 
sheriff, 215. 

Claverham in Arlington, 6, 229. 

Claverham, yearly value (14 11) 10, 142. 

Claverham, Battel guildhall at, 17, 8. 

Claverings and Oxenbridges, 12, 207. 

Clay Gate, 14, 49. 

Claypole, Mrs, her fruitless appeal, 5, 90, 91. 

Clay rings found in Hurstpierpoint. church- 
yard and elsewhere, 8, 297. 

Clayton and Clayton hill, Roman and other 
remains found at, 8, 285. 10, 210. 16, 
128. Quern found and figured, 18, 63. 
See 14, 176. 177. 178. See Clatune. 

Clayton church : yearly value of the living 
(1650) 10, 23 note. Given to Sele priory 
(1220) 114. Parson's arms quota, 11, 225. 
Bells, 16, 142. 149. 151. 205. Monumental 
brasses, 23, 150. 

Clayton manor, borough English custom in, 
6, 180. Yearly value of lands, &c, (1649) 
19,207. 5ee 10, 132. 13,125. 

Clayton priory, arms on the porch of, 24, 32. 

Cla)rton stream, 16, 251. Subsidy list, 9, 83. 

Clayton woods, 25, 170. 178. 

Clayton-Wickham, family name derived from, 
11, 79. 

Clearmont house, achievements on, 11, 219. 

Cleaver, Euseby, rector of Petworth, bishop- 
rics successively conferred on, 14, 23. 

Cleavewater, Wivelsfield, 15, 160 note, 

Qement IV, pope, and Clement the martyr, 
17, 65 note, 

Clement V, pope, his accusations against the 
templars, and bull dissolving their order, 9, 
264. 265. 268. 274. 

Clement VI, pope, a bull of, found under a 
skull, 3. 186. 

Clement VII, pope, bull of relative to Bayham 
abbey; 9, 179. Priories suppressed under 
a bull of, 11, 95. 

Clement, William, house of, unroof<:d, 12, 44. 

Clemping, Simon, 24, 52. See Climping. 
Clymping. 

Clera, Ralph de, grant to Lewes priory con- 
firmed by, 2, 14. 

Clerc, Ralph de and wife, benefactors to Sele 
priory, 10, 117. 

Clerck, Samuel, parson, arms quota, 11, 227. 

Clere, John le, and Henry Clereband, and 
others, trespass charged upon, 11, 124. 

Clere, John, son of John de, evidence as to 
birth of, 15, 121. 

Cleres, chase of, 16, 136. 

Clergy of Sussex, Subsidy collected from 
the, in 3 Richard II, by W. H. Blaauw, 
F.S.A, 5, 229-243. Amount contributed 
to a previous subsidy, 229. Statistical 
value of this subsidy, collectors of same, 
&C, 329, 230. Particulars : Chichester 



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CLUBMEN. 



archdeaconryi 230-241. Lewes archdeaconry, 
242, 243- 

Clergy, commonwealth ordinance for trying 
the, 1, 66 7U3e, Exception to, and confirma- 
tion of, lord Macaulay's pictures of the, 3« 
127 note, 144 note. Subscriptions for Ciias. 
L by the, 5, 29. Roughly treated by the Par- 
liament, 49-52. Cases of Sharpe, Hinson, 
and Car, 73-79. Incumbents displaced : 
character of their substitutes, 79, 80. Tin- 
dal's satirical reference to the titles of the, 
5, 259 note. Accumulation of land in 
their hands, 6, 135. Illiterateness of some 
of their body in the 17th cent, 10, 29, 30. 
A lewd vicar, 55 note. Quota towards the 
defence of the nation to be furnished by 
them, 11, 153. 225-227. Cause of the im- 
prisonment of some, 194. Cause of dis- 
affection charged on the, 25, 202. 

Clergy, benefit of, allowed, 7, 99. 

Clerk, Daniel and Richard, 14, 117. 

Clerk, John, smith, 25, 187. Price paid for 
iron by, 191. 

Clerk, Mr, on an historical painting at Chi- 
chester, 17f 210. 

Clerk, Richard, burial direction of, 12, 109. 

Clerk, W. incumbent, Racton (1409) 23, 15. 

Clerk, W. le, archdeacon of Chichester, 11, 100. 

Clerke, capt, commonwealth officer, 12, 260. 

Clerke, Sr. John, chantry priest, Horsham, *' a 
man unlearned but of honest conversation," 
his *• pcncyon," 22, 152. 

Clerke, Richard, of Pevensey, 24, 257. 

Clerkisson, John, annuitant in Tortyton, 141 1, 
10, 131. 

Cleveland, Harry George, duke of, Battel abbey 
purchased by, 17i 50. His account of the 
late and present state of the edifice, 51. 

Cleveland's lines on Lunsford, 13, 221. 

*' Cleys,'' the, depredations of a rector on, 10, 
121. 

Clifl-end in Pett, canal starting from, 15, 
155. Road act, 17, 173. 

ClifTe or Clyve Lands, 14, 68. 88. 99. 

Cliffe parish, Lewes, 5, 132. 134. 136. 138. 
142. Estates properly belong^ing to, 139. 
Incumbent's benefice '* meane and his sub- 
stance not much," 11, 227. The church 
bells, 16, 159, 160. Same recast, 162. 
Weight of tenor, bell inscriptions, 205. Ar- 
chiepiscopal visitations, 19, 41. Yearly 
value of lands, &c. (1649) ^^* Chief free- 
holders (1734) and their present representa- 
tives, 23, 76. Trader's tokens, 11, 175. 
176. 24, 127, 128. Parliamentary survey 
of escheated crown lands, 241, 242. Dedi- 
cation of church, aichidiaconal visitations, 
&C, 241 note, 

Clifford family, basis of the varying coats of 
the, 6, 75. 

Clifford, lady Axme> commended for her 



spinning, 2, 121 note. Her possessions, 

marriages, career, &c, 6, 161. 
Clifford, lord, and his men at the battle of 

Bamet, 8, 123. 
Clifford, John lord, first husband of Hotspur's 

daughter, 20, 129. 
Clifford, R, dean of Hastings, 13, 154. 
Clifford, Will, de, presentation, 17* 105. 
Clifford's inn, John Rowe and his son-in-law 

principals of, 24, 87. 88. 94. 
Cliflande, Winchelsea, order concerning, 23, 

29. 
Clifton, Gervase de, husband of Maigarct 

Picrpoint, 11, 61 note. See Clyfton. 
Clifton, Samuel, hdrs of, 24» 252. 
Climpengcs, Climping. See Clympiug. 
Clint, portiaits atPctviorth by, 14, 11. 
Clinton and Say, Edw. lord, lord .-admiral to 

Edw. VI. 10', 200. 13, 181. Land ex- 
changed with Edw. VI by, 25, 42. See 

Clynton. 
Clinton, Geoffrey dc, 24, 26. 
Clinton, William dc, chev. found co-heir to 

lady Heron, 8, 100. 
Clintons, Cade's followers and the, IB? 18. 
Clipper, Mr, 14, 147. 
Clitherows .'ind Gales, 12, 58. The Clithe- 

rows of Bo:>ton house, 158. 
Cloakc, Mr, engniving from a drawing of, 

12,8. 
. Clocks with pendulums, when first invented, 

1, 70 note. Omen deduced from a clock 

striking twice, 9, 191. Story of Petworth 

church clock, 12, 96. Clock given by 

Charles I. to Sir T. I-Ierbcrt See Herbert. 
Clopham tithes given to Sele priory, 10, 115. 

117. \ulue of the manor (141 140. 

Ciown presentations, 21, 51. 
Close, Tho, F.S.A, service rendered by, 15, 14. 
Clothairc II, his army frightened, 16, 139. 
Clothalc, John de, proof of age by, 12,32,40. 
Clothalls, 01 Clodhall, old manor house of the 

Halshams, 22, 8. John de Clodhall, 9. 
Clothcrwyii family, local name dciiveu from 

the, 23, 289 note. 
Cloth-weavers, HcmUb, settlement in Sussex 

of, 1, II. 

Clotingeham, Robert de, rent givai to 
Robcrtsbridge abbey by, 8, 154. A knight 
of same name benefactor to the templars, 
1 54 note. 

Cioudesley, ancient Hastings name, 14, i f o. 

Cloudesley, John, elected mayor of St. 
Paucras, Chichester, 24, 137. 

Cloudc2»l)',Rich:uxj, bailiff, Chichester, 1 9, 147. 

Clongh iimily and Aiuberlcy, 17, 222. 

Clowdslcy, capt, of Chichester, wounded at 
Mindcn, 10, 42. 

Clowsoii, Wm. upholstera- itinerant (1656) 1, 
67. 72. 

Clubmen, Sir A. A. Cooper's sch^e of, 5f 85. 



jCLUN. 



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COBHAM. 



Clan, Salop, custom of ** amabyr'* in, 6, 170. 

Clune, Henry, designated for a new order of 
knighthood, 23, 210. 

Cluniac monks of St« Pancras priory, Lewes, 
punishment devised for the, 7» 153-155* 
See Lewes priory. 

Cluny cathedral, 1, 146. 

Cluny, or Clugny, monastery of, 2» 7. Pecu- 
liar privilege granted by pope Alexander IL 
to, 9. Period subsequent to which no 
Cluniac monastery was founded in Eng- 
land, 12. Stem discipline of the order, 13. 
3 ; 189- 1 9 1 . Abbatial visitations to England, 
2} 24. 25. 27. 32. Irregularity of same, 3, 
188. A nepotismal appointment to the 
abbacy, ^, 31. Exemption granted to the 
monks by the popes, 9, 2. The order an off- 
shoot from the Benedictines, 15, 85. Their 
principal establishment in England, 18, 58. 

Clutteroones, rental of lands so called, 23^ 
289. Derivation of the name, 289 note, 

Clyfton, Roger, at Agincourt, 15, 137 note. 

Clympesfold, Thomas, customs comptroller, 
Chichester (1401) 24,64. 

Clymping (Climping, Climplingg), tythe 
herrings called Christ's share the vicar's 
due, 2, 44. Grimm's view of the church, 
3, 238. The manor farm, 11, no note. 
Church part of Ly minster priory posses- 
sions, 118. Religious house in, 119. 120. 
Dedication of and bequests to the diurch, 
12, 87, 88. Windmill, 88 note. BailifPs 
court, 92 note. Church bells, 16, 194. 206. 
Granted to F. de Bohun, 20, i. Crown 
presentations, 12, 257. 21, 52. 

Clymping (Climpenges, or Clypping) John 
de, bishop of Chichester {1253-61) 2, 26, 
27. 10, 120. 15, 102. 19, 23. 26. His 
cattle store, &c, 17, 248. 

Clymping, Simon de, archdeacon of Lewes, 
2, 4. 19, 26. Thomas de, sacerdos, de- 
scription and cut of the seal of, 17, 192. 

Clympisfold manor, yearly value, 10, 132. 

Clympyngge, J. pilgrimage made by, 12, 33. 

Clynton, William, manors held by, their 
yearly value, &c. (141 1) lO, 141. 

Clynton, or Clinton family : John de Clynton 
and his son William, 17, 75. William 
ennobled: origin of the family: Edward 
baron Clynton, &c, 76. Career, and death 
on the field, of William's son John, 76, 77. 
John lord Clinton and Say, 77. Petition to 
chancery of a third John, 77, 78. Arms of 
the family, 78. See Clinton. 

Clyve, Jenetta, 99. John atte, bailiff of 
Hastings, 99 note. See Cliffe. 

Cnaep, Cnapville, 22, 12. 13. 14. Grant of 
land by John de la Cnap, 20. See Knepp. 

Cnap in Sussex place-names, 7, 5. 

Cnapp tithes and chapel given to the tem- 
plars, 9, 248, 249. 



Cnock, Thos. de, gift to Wilmington priory 
by, 4, 43. 

Cnut (or Canute) grant to Bury abbey by, 4, 
4. Norway taken by him, 83. His sister's 
tragic end, 85. Supposed burial place of a 
child of his, 88. Why chosen for king, 103. 
Sussex mints at which his coins were 
struck, 9, 370. 

Coal Exchange, London, Roman remains at, 

Coalstaple, 23, 221. Parliamentary survey, 
292. 5ee Colstaple. Coulstaple. 

Coates, John, cinque ports baron, 15, 202, 207. 

Coates, Mr, steward at Halland, noble guests 
entertained by, 11, 190. His convivial bouts 
with diarist Turner, 195. 198. 199. 208. 217. 

Coates, gravel taken by the Romans from 
pits at, 11, 133.135. Church bell, 16, 231. 

Cobbe of Lyme men sent to repair Hasting^ 
pier, 14, 87. 

CoBBE Family, and others, of Sussex, Deeds 
of the, relating to Property in Arling- 
ton, by Mark Antony Lower, 22, 116- 
123. Several derivations of Cobbe, 116. 
Families bearing the name ; Sussex places 
with it as a prefix, 117, Charters from 
various members of the family, localities 
identified with wimesses' names, &c, 117, 
118. Release to John Archer of lands 
called ** Cobbis," 118. An obnoxious mem- 
ber of the Archer family, 119. Further 
deeds dealing with " Cobbis" by Archers, 
Hores, Herewards, JefFerays, Oxenbridges, 
Potmans, and Smyths, 1 19-123. Connec- 
tion between the Cobbes of Arlyngton and 
of Cobbe Court, Selmeston, 1 23. See 20, 234. 

Cobbeford, Chiddingly, 14, 214 note. 

Cobbin, T, M.P, one of the Cobdens, 6, 78. 

** Cobbler's China," Rye, 20, 223, 224. 

Cobby, John, smuggler, murderer, 10, 86. 
Gibbeted, 87. Cobby, a labourer, married 
to a Lewknor, 12, 86 note. 

Cobden hill, site of, 5, 57. 

Cobden family, 6, 77. Its origin and ancient- 
ness, distinguished members, &c, 6, 78, 79. 
Possible derivation of the name, 7, 6. 8. 
Robert, of Binderton, church bequests by 
(1535) 12, 68. The late Richard, M.P, 
17, 225. Richard, jun. (1670) hearth 
money levy, 20, 29. Richard, voter for 
Sussex (1734) 23, 77. 

Cobden, Thomas, armada contribution, 1, 
34. 16, 51 note. William, of Mylland, 
burial direction of, 12, 78. William, of 
Wcstdean, knighthood composition, 16, 50. 
Cobden property in old times, 16, 51. 

Cobeach (Cowbeach) furnaces, 18, 15, 16. 

" Cobertes," meaning of, 9, 1 1 note. 

Cobham, George, lord, in attendance on Edw. 
VI, 10, 198. 199. 204 note. One of the 
jury on lord Dacre*s trial, 19, 177. 



COBHAM. 



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COINS. 



Cobham, Henry, jun, king's officer, his recdpts 
from a manor of the templars, 9, 244. 

Cobham, Henry Brook, lord, lord warden of 
cinque ports : his ancestry, owners of 
Northeye, 19» 26, 27. Letters to and from 
him as lord warden, 15, 187. 180. 19, 33. 

Cobham, Sir John de, brass of laid down 
40 years before his death, 8, 19. Manor 
bought by, lO, 211. Original register of 
same, 212. Defensive work shared in by, 
17, 124. 

Cobham, Sir Ralph, land, &c, in Worth pos- 
sessed by, 8, 237. 

Cobham, Reginald, manor held by, its yearly 
value (141 1) 10, 143. 

Cobham, Sir Reginald, banneret to lord Arun- 
del at Agincourt, 15, 124. 128. Certainly 
at the battle, 125. Royal prisoner com- 
mitted to his charge, 125 note. Forfeited 
lands bestowed on, 20, 134. 

Cobham (or Cobeham), Thomas de, rector of 
Rotherficld (or Rutherfdda) 13, 306. Re- 
gister of his institution, 17, 193. 

Cobham, Sir William Brooke, lord, visited ^ 
by Q. Eliz, 5, 190. 191. Earl of Northum- ' 
berland's letter to him, 196, 197. Lord 
warden of cinque ports, 13, 181. His 
privileges interfered with, 182. Purport of 
letter from him to Sir William Cecil, 193. 
Letter of recommendation from, 14, 83. 
Object of warrant issued by, 87. 

Cobham, streams passing through, 16, 269. 

Coc in Sussex place-names, 7, 5* 

Cocham granted to the templars, disputes 
concerning the chapel of, 9, 259, 260. 
Sheep pasturage, 261. 

Cochet, M. TAbbe', 3, 29. On a bronze 
v?yvcm, ss. 

Cock botCf bequest of a share in a, 7, 81 note. 

Cockcroft, Caleb, first husband of Elizabeth 
Oxenbridge, 12, 206. 

Cocke, Robert, authorized to bear the cinque 
ports arms, 19, 183. 

Cockease^ and its etymon, 15, 160. 

Cockeram. See Cockram. 

Cockerell, William, his deposition in the 
Dureford abbey inquiry, 7, 225. 

Cockermouth, earldom of, 25, 189. 

Cockfigbting, prize given to Wreay school- 
boys for, 9, 184. Anecdote apropos of the 
sport, 184710^^. Restrictions at Nottingham 
school, 185. Cockfights at East Hothly, 
11, 207. 212. A pertinent query, 207. 

Cocking, nonae return, 1, 62. 

Cocking manor, yearly value of the manor 
(141 1) 10, 131. Debris, &c, found, 175. 
179 note. Cooking stream, 16, 260. Gold 
quarter-noble ploughed up at, 22, 190. 

Cockman, Thomas, rector, Cowden, 20, 113. 

Cock more salts, probable meaningof, 25, 25 n. 

Cockram, capt, mayor of Rye, parliament 



assessor, 5, 54. Gratuity bestowed on 
him, ibid note. Captor of Rev. J. Sharpe, 
73- 77* Question of identity, 'j 3 note. His 
retort on a parish clerk, 78. His regiment 
in a mutiny, 99 note. Cinque ports com- 
mitteeman, 17, 140. See 9, 51 note. 

Cocks, Sir Charles, knt,arms of, 25, 94. 

Cockshut stream, 15, 163. 

Cockthorpe, Norfolk, Sir Cloudesley Shovel's 
birthplace, 14, 109. 

Cock-throwing at Shrovetide, 1, 68, note. 

Code, Thos, bequest to his church by, 12, 89. 

Codbge sewer and marsh, Northeye, 19, 13. 

Codlawe manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 135. 

Cod3ring, John de, 14, 112. 

Codyngres, Hughde, 13, 94. 

Codyng^on, John de,dean of Hastings,13, 154. 

Coe, John, Buxted, 24, 200. 

Coe, William, lands held by, and manorial 
rent charged thereon, 23, 288. 289. 291. 

Coedf in Sussex place-names, 7, 5. 

Coenrad, king of the West Saxons, grants 
consented to, or confirmed by, 8, 180. 181. 

Coenwulf (or Coenwulph) king of Mercia, 
land " Borestealle" given to Rochester by, 

8, 188. Object of a charter joined in by, 
13, 35. Question as to the identity of the 
"Beadyngham" named in a charter of, 
21, 26. 32. Claim made by him, 28. Mr. 
Lucas on a coin of his, 219. 

Coenwulph, king of Wessex, 4, 70. 

CoSsnon, Harold's adventure at the passage 
of the, 19, 76. 

Coeston, J, brother, St. Mary's hospital, 24, 54. 

Coeur de Lion, see Richard L 

CofFe, Mr, army chaplain, Sussex man, 11, 23. 

Coffe, William, vicar of Rye, 13, 271. 

Coffee, Anthony Sherley's description of, 5, 19. 

Coffer of lead, see Leaden coffer. 

Coffin, leaden, found at Wdlingham 23, 327. 

Cogger, Martha, quaint eulogy on, 4, 94. 

Coggen, John, bailiff of Pagham and South 
Mailing (1388) 24, 292. 

CoggeshaJl priory or abbey, Essex, connec- 
tion of the Bohuns with, 7, 42 note. Hum- 
phrey Bohun's bequests, &c, 20, 12, 13. 

Coggin's mill, near Mayfield, 9, 186. i88. 

Cogherst, 14, 140. 

Cogidubnus (of Tacitus) in the Roman inscrip- 
tion found at Chichester, 7, 62. A British 
king, 63 note, 

Cohnes, Thomas, life pensioner of Hardham 
priory, 11, 116. 

Coignard, Petter, " in exile for the gospel," 

13, 199. 
Coinage, first Anglo-Saxon king who made 

laws for regulating the, 20, 214. See 

Anglo-Saxon coins. 
Coin -clipping, Jews hanged for, 2, 32. 
Coins found: 6, 278. 7, 74. 8, 277. 290. 

9. 116.124.369. 14,36. 31 note, C6. 125. 



COINS. 



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COLEMAN. 



137. 178. 16, 59. 60. 63. 17, 25a. 18, 2. 
19, 79« 142-144.. 189. 193. 20, 52. 

Coins, small, among the Saxon and Norman 
kings, 11, 171. Issue of the Tudor 
monarchs, 171, 172. Issue of private 
tokens, proclamations of the Stuart kings, 
&c, 172-174. 

Coins in Lewes castle museum, 18, 67. 69. 

Coins, see Anglo-Saxon coins. British coins. 
Mahomedsin coins. Roman coins. 

Cok, and le Coke, Gilbert, Simon, William, 
I^niel, deeds witnessed by, 11, 97. 98. loi. 

Coke, Alan, clericus, 12, 107. 

Coke, Sir Edward (or " lord ") on the legal 
status of religious recluses, 1, 175 note' On 
the ancient right of property in window 
glass, 2, 238. His eulogy on the Navy, 4, 
103. On valets, or vadelects, of the crown, 
8, 3 note. 22, 198. On manual obedience, 
8, 84. On H. de Bathe's sewer ordinances, 
10, 95. Anecdote fathered on him, 11, 221. 

Coke, John, mayor of Chichester, 10, 151. 

Coke, John, incumbent of Ditchling, 13, 259. 

Coke, Secretary, 16, 30. 

Cokefeld, Cokefield, CuckBeld, and other 
manors, yearly value (141 1) 10, 132. 
Crown presentations, 21, 52. See 12, 34. 
See also Cuckfield. 

Cokefield, Robert de, 25, 88*. 

Cokeham manor. Borough English custom in, 
6, 180. 

Cokeham, or Coukham, hospital at, and 
manor of, confirmed to Hardham priory, 
11, 114. Remains of the chapel, 12, 109. 

Coker, peoff rey le, 14, 214. 

Coker's pit, 14, 214 note, 

Cokesey, Hugh, found heir to George Brewes 
or Brewse, 8, 100, loi. His successor, 
loi. See 101 note. 

Cokesfelde, Sir R. de, deed of gift witnessed 
by, 9, 237. 

Cokeyn, Geo. an esquire at Ag^incourt, 15, 130. 

Cok-fare, and "small boates called Cocks," 

2, 43- 44. 
Coks, John, Lewes, his charges for mending 

Lindfield church windows, 19, 38. 
Cokwdl, John, manor demised to, 25, 116. 

Variations in the name, ibid note, 
Colbrand, Sir John, bait, 24, 78. 
Colbrand, Richard, peculiarity of the pre- 
amble to the will of, 4, 206. 
Colbrands of Boreham, fact denoted by the arms 

of the, 6, 87. Marriage with a Pelham, 88. 
Colbrands, see Colbrond. Colebrand. 
Colbroke, W, T, and H, Midhurst, 20, 28. 
Colbrond family, seat of the, 24, 2^6 note, 
Colbxond, James, on the defence of the south 

coast, temp, Qu Eliz. 11, 168-170. On the 

abuses in subsidy returns, 170. 
Colbrond, John, will of, 4, 205. Lands held 

by, yearly value, &c (141 1) 10, 145. 



Colbrond, Letitia, daughter of Sir James, 
burial place of, 7, 127 note. 

Colbronds, land-holders in Laughton, 3, 221. 
222. Colbronds in Cade's rising, 18, 18. An- 
cestor of the Colbronds of Boreham, 40. 
See Colbrand. Colebrand. 

Colby, Robert, rector of Westboume (1442) 
exchange made by, 22, 109. 

Colchester, Sir W. Canxpion slain at, 10, 11. 
Memorial to him there, 12. Amphora found 
at, 16, 59. Lord Goring at, 19, 95. 97. 
Order to the bailiffs of, relative to Winchel- 
sea, 23, 28. 

Colchester, lord, seat of, 23, 255 note, 24, 
205 note, 

Colden. See Colding. 

Coldham, locality and family, so named; 
identity of the family arms with those of 
Covert, 13, 310. 

Coldham, William, sen, of Stedham, royalist 
composition paid by, 19, 94. 

Coldharbour, Roman way at, 11, 128. Con- 
nection between Roman roads and the 
name, 139. Feature favouring its deriva- 
tion from Coluber, 139 note. See 14, 61. 
22, 196. 

Colding (Colden, Coulden), Anthony, Nutley, 
land held and rent paid by, 23, 306. 24, 
208. 212. 

Coldman, William, armada contribution, 1, 33. 

Coldone, Lucas de, abbot (or prior) of Bege- 
ham (Bay ham), 9, 179. 11, 125. 126. 

Cold Waltham, report relative to a rectory of, 
11, 116. Roman road at, 132. 137. Gravel 
pit used by the Romans, 133-135* As to 
the church, 12, 88. Church bells, 16, 206. 
See 17, 185. 

Cole, Alice, religious bequests by, &c, 12, 97. 

Cole, Rev. B. T. H, monumental legend pre- 
served by, 2, 308. 

Cole, or CoUe, J, bellfounder, 16, 157. 196. 

Cole, Philip, subsidy controller, Chichester 
(1380) 24, 67. 

Cole, Richard, land in East Grinstead held 
by, 24, 224. Cole, Richard, assistant 
warden, Sackville college, 20, 166. 

Cole, Rev. William, on bishop Hare, 4, 162. 
164. 165. 

Cole, William, vicar, arms quota of, 11, 225. 

Cole's " Escheats," notice of the Famfolds in, 
24, 32. 

Colebrand, or Colebrond, Sir James, rents 
payable and land held by the heirs of, 24, 
251. 256. Colebrand, Sarah, lady, con- 
firmation of title of lands to, 24, 282, 283. 
See Colbrand. Colbrond. 

Colebroke, John de, 14, 168. 

Coleman, Edward, churchwarden, Hailsham, 
16, 163. 

Coleman, Elisha, controversy between the 
yicar cl Salehurst and, 25, 155. 



COLEMAN. 



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COLUBER. 



Coleman, Richard, knighthood composition, 

16, 49- 

Coleman's hatch, Ashdown forest, 14, 49. 

Colemore, John de, payment ordered to be 
made by, 23, 25. 

Colcpep, John, commanion poll tax agreed to 
by, 25, 154* Burial entry, 157. 

Colepep, Thomas, baptismal and burial en- 
tries of children of, 25, 156. 157. 

Colepepper, Sir Thomas, Sussex roads com- 

' missioner, 15, 146. 

Colepepper, Sir W, added to the Sussex com- 
mittee, 5, 73 note. 

Colepeper. See Coolpepir. Culpepcr. 

Coles, Robert, son of Gilbert, memorial slab 

to, 8, 30* 
Colevill, Ralph de, his gift to Wilmington 

priory, 4, 44. 
Coleville, Godfrey, Robert, and Rog^er de, 

benefactors to Boxg^ove priory, 15, 94. 
Coley, Sarah, ''an old maid," 25, 130. 
Colgate, Thomas, Hastings, 14, 100. Mr. 

Colgate, 20, 86. 
Colinton, tithe of herbage and pannage in, 

13, 174. Its name omitted in modem 
maps, 174, 175. 

Colintune, Devon, Battel abbey possessions 
in, 17, 28. 

Collar of SS, theory as to the, &c, 12, 222 n. 

Collard, J, testimonial joined in by, 7, 149. 

Collard street, 16, 251. 

Collebrand, Mr, auditor for Sandwich, 15, 188. 

** Collectanea Topographica," notices of deeds 
from the, 13, 167. 175. 

Collections for non-parochial objects : East- 
bourne, 14, 131, 132. Marcsfidd, 153, 
154. See Briefs. 

College of physicians, 19, 149. 

College des Eoossais, Paris, Caryll monument 
in the, 19, 191. 

College youths' bellringing society, 16, 1 78 n. 

CoUemede, Peter de, Hoo prebend and its 
members divided at the request of, 13, 144. 

CoUens, Richard, 25, 182. 183. 

Colley, Henry, purchaser of the ironworks of, 
21, 1x3. 

Colley, W. fact fixed by the suicide of, 15, 213. 

CoUick, John, of Singleton, royalist compo- 
sition paid by, 19, 94. 

Collier, John Payne, F.S.A, 14, 44, 82. 
Work ascribed to Anthony Copley by, 264. 

Collier, John, and CoUinson, John, precedents 
collected by, and proceedings of, in reference 
to coronation services of cinque port barons, 
15, 192-200. 207. 

Collier, John, of Hastings, arms of, 25, 94. 

Collier, Richard, rector of Buxted, 9, 219. 

Collier, Sarah, married to Roger Mortimer, 

14, 247. See Collyer. 

Collins, Arthur, author of the Peerage, notices 
of the Pelhams, their property, &c, by, 3| 



212. 216. 217. 10, 211-213. 13, 156. 

On the Percies and Ashbumhams, 6, 76. 84. 

On the genealogy of the Pierpoints, 11, 53. 

54* 55- 55 f^^' Copy of John Sackville's 

will, 14, 216. 
Collins, captain, and the Brightling witch 

story, 18, iii. 113. 
Collins, captain, Sussex sequestrator, 19, 93. 
Collins family, site of the ironworks of the, 

15,152. 5e« Collyns. 
Collins, H, of Sockncrsh, arms of, 25, 94. 
Collins, Joan (Jhone Colins) iron tomb-slab 

to, 2, 178. Ironworks held by the family, 

178. 207. 3, 245 note, 
Collins, John ; what he declared " the king 

would hang in hell " for, 21, 79 note, 
Collins, mayor of Winchelsea, and Taylor, 

the water poet, 23, 35. 
Collins, Mr, of the Admiralty, 25, 72. 
Collins, qr.-master,shot by smugglers, 10, 93. 
Collins, R, grandfather of poet Collins, 24, 80. 
Collins, Thomas (of Brightling) armada con- 
tribution, 1, 37. 
Collins, William, the painter, 17, 216. 
Collins, Will, alderman, Chichester, 19, 147. 
Collins, William, of Colstaple, ^4, 228. 229. 
Collins, William, and Edward Fenn, manors 

granted by Charles I. to, 24, 240. 
Collison, smuggler, killed, 10, 82. 
CoUman, Richard, Fletching, 24, 205. 
CoUumpton church, Devon, given by the 

Conqueror to Battle, 23, 125. See Colintune. 
Collyer, Mrs, Playden, antiques found in the 

garden of, 23, 214. 
Collyer, Richard, free grammar school 

founded by, 18, 104. See Collier. 
CoUyn, Wm. lord Hoo's bequest to, 8, 221. 
CoUjms, C. P, on the chase of the wild deer, 

17, 121 note, 
Collyns (or Colle3ms) family, ironmasters, 

Lamberhurst, and Socknersh, 3, 241. 243. 

244. 245. See Collins' family. 
CoUjrns, Thomas, subsidy commbsioner 

(162 1) and mayor of Chichester, 24, 76. 
Colman, Simon, furnace held by, 3, 245. 
Colmer, John, at Agincourt, 15, 135. 
Colnet, Nicholas, warden of SL Bartholo- 
mew's, Rye, 17, 136. 
Cologne Cathedral, 1, 146. 
Cologne, connection of the legend of St. 

Ursula with, 4, 9-1 1. Complaint of its 

citizens against Winchelsea pirates, 108. 

Seal of the Friars minors, 5, 200. 
Colombieres, Bertrand de, abbot of Qogny, 

2, 31. See Columbieres. 
Colpys, John, burial direction of, 12, 78. 
Colstaple manor, yearly rental (141 1) lO, 132. 
Colstaple, in Horsham, parliamentary survey 

of, 24, 228-230. 
Coluber, derivation of Coldharbour from, 11, 

139 note. 



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Colnmbaria at Paxhill, Trimmens, and Lewes 
priory y 11, 5. See Dovecotes. 

Columbaria, sepulchral, 5, 224. 

Columbers (or Coulombs) Milo de, Prior of 
Lewes, 2, 30. Made abbot of Vezelay, 31. 
Particulars relating to him, 3, 197. 

Columbieres, Philip, occasion of a compensa- 
tion exacted from the brother of, 9, 248. 

Colvile, Walter de, prior of Sele, land granted 
by John de la Cnap to, 22, 20. 

Colvill, John, " Bayliffe of the towen," Sea- 
ford, why refused assistance by his neigh- 
bours, 7,98. 

Colville, Alida, and William, prior, benefac- 
tors to Sele priory, 10, 117. 128. 

Colwell, John, sacristan, Battel abbey, his 
accounts, 17, 24. 

Colwell, Richard, of Pevensey, rent payable 
and tenement held by, 24, 251. 257. 

Colwood, 25, 179. 

Colworth in Oving, 12, 75. 

Colworth, crown presentations to, 21, 48. 

Colynborough, Alyce, inquest on the supposed 
death by violence of (1435) 8, 206. 

Comb, Cwm, Cumb, in Sussex place-names, 

7, S- 8- 
Comb, Saxon, found in a bow hill, barrow, 

22, 60, 61. Combs of Mary Magdalene 

and other female saints, 12, 199. 
Combe church, Hugh Halsham's bequest to, 

22, 9. Combe cum Gregories manor, 

custom, &c, of, 25, 56. 
Combe-Keynes, Dorset, 25, 108. 
Combe, B. H. on the discovery of gold at 

Moantfield, 15, 238-240. 16, 310, 311. 
Combe, John le, curious plaint against, 8, 34. 
Combe, N. and H. de, deeds of gift witnessed 

by, 9, 247. 
Combell township, common fine on, 23, 237. 
Comber, Dr, paraphrase by, 2, 123. Work 

that brought his nephew into repute, 123 

note. An ancestor at Hastings, ibid. 
Comber family, particulars relative to the, 

their alliances, &c, 22, 161. 
Comber, John, Seaford, charge of the bailiff 

to, 7, 99. 
Comber, John, Lindfield, 19, 43. "Ould 

carved worke " bought by W. Comber, 38, 39. 
Comber, John, mayor of Chichester, 24, 76. 
Comber, Robert, proof of age by, 12, 44. 
Comber, Stephen, co-founder of a guild and 

chantry at Horsham, 22, 148. 
Comber, Thomas (of Allington) armada con- 
tribution, 1, 37. 
Comber, Thos. parson, arms quota, 11, 225. 
Comber, Thos. knighthood comp, 16, 48. 
Combere, William, rector of Big^nor, why 

pensioned, 17, 198. 
Combes, Domesday owner of, 11, 83 note» 

See 12, 30 TioU. Dedication of the church, 

12, 105. Crown presentation, 257. Monu- 



mental brasses, 23, 150. Common fine 
on the tything, 238. 

Combes, possessor of, temp, Domesday, name 
taken by his descendants, &c, 24, 31. 
Alliances and community of arms with 
other families, 32. See 14, 86. 22, 120. 

Combridge, Robert, land held and rent pay- 
able by, 23, 308. 24, 204. 214. 

Combwell, Kent, royal visit to, 2, 142. 
Ancient seat of the Campions, lO, i . 11, 69. 

Combwell priory and Hastings priory, agree- 
ment between relative to tithes in Ticehurst, 

13, 173, 174- 

Come Deane lodge, walk, and ground. Ash- 
down forest, 23, 220. Parliamentary 
survey, 246. 297. 298. See Coombe Deane. 

Comes, John, curious particulars relative to 
some horses of, 7, 103. 

Comet " causing great consternation '* in 
Harold's days, 19, 78. 

Comfits at funerals, 4, 30. 

Commandments, the ten, on red granite of 
Mount Sinai, 8, 281. 

Com mere, bishop Trevor's cook, 20, 74. 

Commissions of array and Militia, 5, 36. 

Commissions of sewers for Lewes levels, 10, 

95-90. 

Committee of parliament, temp, Charles I, 
and its doings, 14, 162, 163. 

Commodus, coins of, found, 11, 140. 143 note. 

Commoners, privilege of, 24, 193 ftote. 

Common prayer, ministers who refused to 
sign and subsequently signed the articles 
in favour of the book of, 12, 260. 

Commonwealth, marriage solemnized by 
army officers during the, 4, 287. Its troops 
in Sussex (1659) 12, 260. Height of 
fanaticism during its sway, 14, 162. De- 
fective keeping of parish registers, 192. 
Port of escape of its fugitive leaders, 17, 
150, 151. Its dealings with Amberley, 
218. 219. Its secularization of St. Mary's 
hospital, 24, 55. See Parliament. Par- 
liamentary survey. Royalist compositions. 

Communism, a 17th cent, avowal of, 5, 88 n. 

Companage, Coumpanagef definition of, 8, 74 n* 

Comper, John, merchant guildsman, 15, 173. 

Compiegne, John earl of Arundel commander 
at the siege of, 12, 233. 

Compositions for Knighthood, temp, 
Charles I, by Sir Henry Ellis, K.H, F.S.A, 
&c, 16, 45-51. Unpopularity of revival of, 
instructions for levy, &c 45, 46. Sussex 
men summoned before the commissioners, 
46-51. Privilege claimed by cinque ports, 
47. Changes in freeholders' names since 
141 7, satirical couplet, &c, 51. 

Compostella, see St. James erf Compostella. 

Compton, advowson and half the manor of, 
given to Dureford abbey, 8, 78. Grant of 
the advowson to Easeboume nunnery, 



COMPTON, 



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CONYERS. 



annual value, &c, 9, 6. la. 25. Grant of 
land in, to the templars, and litigation 
concerning same, 232. 241, 242. Value of 
templars* goods found there, 243. Former 
occupants of Compton manor house, 22, 
169 Tiote. 

Compton, g^nt to Tipper and Dawe in, 13, 46. 

Compton church, dedication, 12, 69. Crown 
and early presentations, 257. 17, 104. 21, 
52. Church bells, 16, 161. 171. 206. 

Compton place, Eastbourne, 14, 121. 

Compton Monceux, Hants, 4, 132. 134. 135. 
148. Annual vaiue (1543) 11, 63. 

Compton, Catherine, wife of R. Infield, 10, 167. 

Compton family and Bramblctye, 14, 139. 

Compton, lady Elizabeth, afterwards Countess 
of Burlington, patron of Rye, 13, 276. 
Property ^ueathed to, 14, 122. Charity 
continued by, 137. 

Compton, Geo. and Charlton hunt, 15, 76. 

Compton, Geo. last Brambletye manor court 
of the Comptons held by, 20, 138. 

Compton, Henry and Mary, inscribed lozenge 
commemorative of, 20, 137. 

Compton, Sir Henry, of Brambletye, ranger 
of Ashdown forest, 14, 49. Justice, 16, 
130. Royalist composition paid by, 19, 
95. His daughter Mary, 104. His son 
killed in a duel, 104 note. Lands, &c, under 
parliamentary survey, held, demised, or 
claimed by, 23, 266. 299. 301. 312. His 
residence, 301 note. See 24, 250. 251. 
254. 256. 

Compton, Sir Henry, K.B. supposed originator 
of Brambletye house, 20, 136. M.P. for East 
Grinstead, 137. Another Sir Henry, M.P. 
(1625-40). Unseated by Commons com- 
mittee, 153. One of the family assistant 
warden Sackville college, 163. 

Compton, John, of Brambletye, death of, 20, 
138. Compton, John, of Lavant, knight- 
hood composition, 16, 50. 

Compton, Mary, wife of John Lumley, 22, 
43. Advantage taken of " Dog " Smith's 
trust funds by Comptons and Lumleys, ibid. 

Compton, Redeemed, of Battle, 14, 246. 

Compton, Spencer, Speaker, afterwards earl of 
Wilmington, property bought by, 2, 168. 
14, 122. His g^ft to Wilmington church, 
4, 57. How Wilmington passed to and 
from his family, 58, 59. Patron of Rye, 
13, 275. Permitted to enlarge his pew, 
14> 134. His educational bequest, 135. 
Sussex roads commissioner, 15, 146. M.P. 
for E. Grinstead, 20, 138. His peerage 
titles, death, &c, 138 noU. Budgen*s dedi- 
cation to him, 25, 87. His elections for 
Sussex, 171. 193. See Wilmington, earl of. 

Compton, Wm, cooper, Chichester, 1688-9, 
glorious news communicated by, 24, 136. 

Compton, bishop Trevor's butler» 20, 74. 



Comptroller in a nobleman's house, duties of, 
7, 189. Name whence derived, 189 note. 

Compurgation, case at Winchelsea of, 8, 206. 

Conan, and the legend of SL Ursula, 4, 8. 
II. 12. Bishoprics founded by him, 12. 

Conan, count of Brittany, Norman expedition 
against, joined in by Harold, 19, 76. 

Conand, Isidy Fredeswyda, Easeboume nun- 
nery, obedience made by, 9, 19. 

Conches, Raol de, at the battle of Hastings, 
6, 21. 

Conde, Prince de, Orleans taken by, 13, 182. 
"In Orleannies yett," 184. 186. Taken 
prisoner, 192. In force by Rochelle, 193. 

Condition of the people neglected by his- 
torians, 16, 20. See Social condition. 

" Conductes prestes," 7i 3 1 note. 

Conduit, the, Chiddingly, 14, 227. 

Coneyborough park, 15, 162. Seat of Rt. 
hon. J. G. Doidson, M.P, 24, 222 note. 

Conger eels eaten, 17, 115 note. 

Congreve, dramatist, adlusion to Sussex 
smugglers by, 10, 89 note. His satire on 
Sussex wreckers, 17, 149* 

Conigrave, Fr. parliamentary surv^rs taken 
by, 23, 226. 228. 229. 230. 231. 236. 242. 
24, 219. 223. 25, 28. 29. 37. 

Conjugatus, meaning of, 9, 19. 

Conjurors, a century back : notice of a Sussex 
practitioner, 9, 188. Kelly the conjuror, 
15, 156 note. See Mountebanks. 

Connope, Richard, vicar of Rye, 13, 273. 

Conquest, Dr, the " learned," 24, 292. 

Conroy, Sir J. and lady, at Mayfield, 21, 23. 

Conselar, Thos, mayor of Arundel, 11, 104. 

Constable, a Pelham retainer, quarrel occa- 
sioned by, 3, 223. 

Constable, adventures with a, 18, 139. 

Constable, J, Sussex roads commr, 15, 146. 

Constable, Rev. J, monumental brass found 
at I'icehurst by, 8, 1 7. 

Constable, R, copyholder, Hartfield, 24, 202. 

Constable, William, manor owned by, 21, 130. 

Constance and Conster furnaces, 18, 15. 

Constans, Constantine, Constantinus I. and II, 
Constantius, coins of, found, 6, 275. 11, 
140. 143 note. 145. 14, 125. 

Constantius, Emperor, and SL George, 4, 6, 7. 

Cont, Richard, 19, 184. 

Contaville, Herluin Conte de, abbey founded 
by, 4, 39. 

Continental brasses and slabs, cxhibkions of 
rubbings from, 8, 340-342. 

Conventicles act, illiberal construction of the, 
1, 104 note. 

Con vers, John, mayor of Winchelsea, 23, 33. 

Conway castle, construction of roof, 2, 240. 

Conye, John, Cinque ports bailiff to Yarmouth, 
diary of, 12, 166 note, 

Conyers, John, part of Shovelstrode manor 
held by, 20, 141. 



CONYERS. 



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COOPER. 



Conyers, John, arms of, 25, 94. 

Conyers, John, lord of Skdton castle in 

Cleveland, 19t 116 note. 
Conyers, Julia, lady, memorial to, and 

register entry of burial of, 23, 14. 
Conyngesby, John, receiver, duchy of Lan- 
caster, 14, 50. 
Conyngsby, "William, recorder of Lynn, bene- 
factor to Andrew Borde, 13, 269. 
Cooding down beacons, defences of, 11, 151. 
Cook to a nobleman, duties of, 7, 200. 206. 
Cook, Eustace, benefactor to Battel, 17, 20. 22. 
Cook, GeofCry and Eve, and their son Guido, 

advantages reaped by Dureford abbey from 

the needs of, 8, 55, 56. 
Cook, Hugh, deed witnessed by, 25, 144. 
Cook, John, "corrody," &c," granted by 

Dureford abbey to, 8, 75, 76. 
Cook, John, proof of age by, 15, 58. 
Cook, John, of Field place, arms of, 25, 94. 
Cook, Mr, his conduct at Seaford, 17, 160. 
Cook, Thomas, curate of Westboume, 22, 114. 
Cooke arms at Slaugham, 10, 163. 164. 
Cooke family, of Westburton, 12, 86. 
Cooke, of Rusting^on, arms borne by, 9, 365. 
Cooke, Sir Anthony, and the " Oia Fanitas " 

anecdote, 9, 363. 10, 204. 11, 221. 
Cooke, Clarencieux, Battle abbey list furnished 

to Grafton by, 6, 8. Arms allowed to 

Thomas Churchar by, 14, 233. 
Cooke, George, Seaford, fatal accident to, 

7, 117. 
Cooke, John, Sussex roads commr, 15, 146. 
Cooke, John, Fletching and Maresfield, 24, 

205, 208. 
Cooke, Mallen, prioress, Bidltngton, lO, 124. 
Cooke, Mildred, lady Burghley, 10, 204. 
Cooke, Mr, secretary to a Secretary, a very 

honest and ingenious gentleman, 11, 41. 
Cooke, Richard (of West Burton) armada 

contribution, 1, 34. 
Cooke, Richard, Ashdown forest, 14, 44. 
Cooke, T. bequests to his church by, 12, 105. 
Cookham, grant to Tipper and Dawe, 13, 46. 
Cooksbridge stream, a tributary of the Ouse, 

rustic derivation of its name, 15, 163. 
Coolhurst, in Horsham, 25, 200. 
Coolpepir, J. an esquire at Agincourt, 15> 130. 
Coombe, near Lewes, 17, 89. Historic relics 

of Charles IL at, 92. 
Coombe Deane, Ashdown forest, 14, 48. 

See Come Deane. 
Coombe, Dom. H, report of on his priory 

rental, 11, 116. 
Coombes church bell, 16, 206. 
Coombes, Willyan, 14, 96. 
Coombs, William, the miller of East Blat- 

chington, favourite boast of, 5, 275. 
Coombwood and Coombworth, Roman way 

at, 11, 129. 
Coopar, Richard, burial direction of, 12, ^2. 



Cooper family, ancient Lewes residence of the, 

13,9. 
Cooper, Abraham, R.A, his picture of Harold 

at Hastings, 6, 24 note. Epitaph, ** ap- 
pointed upon himself " by another Abraham, 
20, 86. 

Cooper, Annis, Seaford, property of Goody 
Hart's stolen by, 7, 104. 

Cooper, Sir Anthony Ashley, scheme of club- 
men organized by, 5, 85. On Cromwell's 
new lords, 96. 

Cooper, C. H, information furnished by, 12, 
206 note. Cooper, C. H. and T, notes on 
Suss. Arch. Collections by, 14, 268. 

Cooper, Edmund, doctor of physic, instituted 
parson of Woodmancote, 4, 280. His 
litigation with parishioners aA)out pews, 
281-283. Why he built a chancel door, 
283 note. 

Cooper, Edward, of Strood, near Horsham, 
14, 115, 116. 

Cooper, E, subsidy commissioner, 15, 71. 

Cooper, Rbv. Gborob Miles, Papers by: — 
On an ancient rectory house, and on the 

church at West Dean, 3, 13-22. 
On Wilmington priory and church, 4, 

37-66. 
On the history of the abbey at Otteham, 

5, 155-175- 
Some account of Michelham priory in 

Arlington, 6, 129-163. 

On Berwick parochial records, 6, 223- 

243- 
Notices of Robertsbridge abbey, 8, 141- 

176. 
On Bayham abbey, its origin and history, 

9, X46-181. 
Notices of certain plea rolls of Edw. II, 

relating to Bayham abbey, 11, 121- 

126. 
On some British antiquities (bronze 

celts, &c.) found at Wilmington, 14, 

171-175- 
Mij^.or communications, references^ &c. :— 

On a punitory contrivance at Michel- 
ham, 7, 156. On Wilmington Green 
street, 13, 55 note. A conjecture as 
to property at •Eastbourne, 14, 125. 
Robertsbridge abbey, its site, and foun- 
der, 15, 152 note. 245. On identity 
of priory of SL Martin in the wood, 16, 
298, 299. Gift to Lewes castle museum, 
18, 62, 63. On the site of Endlewick, 
&c, 24, 219. See 4, 246 note. 9, 42. 
13, 81, 88. 14, 363. 20, 139. 

Cooper, H, drinking bequest by, 18, 107. 

Cooper, Henry, land held and rtnt payable 
by* 23, 306. 24, 212. 

Cooper, rev. Henry, vicar of Rye, 13, 276. 

Cooper, rev. Henry Law, Shipley reliquary 
csLhibited by, 22, 20. 



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COOPER. 



Cooper, J. W, information relative to West- 
bourne furnished by, 22, 99. 
Cooper, John, bequest to Dureford by, 8, 92. 
Cooper, John, rood mentioned by, 12, 109. 
Cooper, John, designated for " the Royal Oak** 

knighthood, 23, 211. 
Cooper, Philip, burial direction of, 17» 231. 
His bequest to the high altar, 232. Sum- 
mary of his will, 232 fmte. 
Cooper, Ralph, parliamentary sequestrator, 
5, 54. Sussex justice, 16, 35. 37. 40. 43. 
Cooper, Richard and Margaret, bunal direc> 

tions of, 12, 96. 
Cooper, Susannah, quakeress, 16, 78. 
Cooper, W. novice, Michelham priory, 6, 149* 
Cooper, William, of Icklesham, 14, 116. 
William and John rated in subsidy lists, 
116 Tiote. 
Cooper, William Durrant, F.S.A, V.P, 
Papers by : — 

On papists and recusants in Sussex (1587) 

2, 60-62 
On Hastings rape, castle, and town, 2,' 

161-168. 
On the Lewknor pedigree, 3, 89-102. 
Extracts from account books of the Ever- 
enden and Frewen families, 4, 22-30. 
On Queen Elizabeth's visits to Sussex, 

5, 190-197. 
On the liberties and franchises within the 

rape of Hastings, 6, 57-70. 
On the retention of British and Saxon 

names in Sussex, 7} 1-21. 
On the families of Braose (of Cheswoith) 

and Hoo, 8, 97-131. 
Notices of Winchdsea in and after the 
fifteenth century, 8, 201-234. Further 
notices of Winchelsea, 23, 20-35. 
On Samuel Jeake's MSS, 9, 45. 
On Brambletye Chantry and sedition in 

Sussex (1579) 9, 139-^44' 371- 
On Smuggling in Sussex, 10, 69-94. 
On tokens struck in Sussex in the x8th 

century, 10, 207-209. 
Proofs of age of Sussex families, 12, 33- 

44. 15,211-214. 
The Oxenbridges of Brede place, and of 

Boston, Massachusetts, 12, 203-220. 
List of grants to Tipper and Dawe, 13, 

45-48. 
On protestant refugees in Sussex, 13, 

180-208. 
On letters and will of Andrew Borde, 13, 

262-269. 
Notices of Hastings (in conjunction with 

Mr. Ross) 14, 65-118. 
On the marriage settlement of Isabella 
Poynings andWilliam de Cricketot, 14, 
182-185. 
Pedigree of the Poynii;igs family, 15, 
14-17. 18. 



On the Bonvilles of Halnaker, 15, 57-66. 
On Sussex men at Agincourt, 15, 123- 

137. 
On the social condition of the people in 

Sussex, 16, 20-44. 
On Bramber, its castle, elections, &c, 16 , 

243-246. 
Paper on Ninfidd edited by, 17, 57-63. 
On produce of, and supplies from Sussex, 

17, 115-122. 
Further memorials of Seaford (jointly 

with Mr. Lower) 17, 141-163. 
On the participation of Sussex in Cade's 

rising, 18, 17-36- 
Notes on Sussex castles, 18, 141-150. 
Extracts from the passage book of the 

port of Rye, 18, 170-179. 
On royalist compositions in Sussex during 

the commonwealth, 19, 91-120. 
On aliens in Rye, temp. Hen. VIII, 19, 

149-152. 
On Midhurst, its lords and its inhabitants, 

20, 1-32. 
On Mayfield, 21, 1-19. 
On crown presentations to livings, 21, 

44-72. 
Additional contributions towards the 

parochial history of Hollington, 21, 

154-158. 
On the guilds and chantries in Horsham, 

22, 148-159- 
On former inhabitants of Chichester, 24, 

63-84. 

Parham and its collections, 25, 1-22. 

Minor communications^ information for' 
nisked to other contributors^ &Ct 6f c. ;— • 
Notices of Sussex ironworks, 3, 240. 
Information as tp the Sharpe family, 
5, 72 note. Mr. Comer*s acknowledg- 
ments, 6, 177. On Kent and Sussex 
posts, 9, 370. On Lewes castle as the 
county prison, 10, 213. On the deri- 
vation of travass, 11, 200 note. On 
monumental inscriptions in churches 
and churchyards, 229. Muniments 
rdating to the Dalyngruges, 12, 230. 
Letters to him from W. S. Walford and 
Canon Tiemey, 12, 222. 232-239. 
His maternal ancestors, 13, 206. On 
** pudding and tame,** 230 note. On 
strowing at elections, 231 note. On 
plagues and epidemics, 14, 196. 197. 
198 note. 200 note. Subsidy roll of 
Hodlegh and Chytyngeleghe, 211 note. 
212. Note and query relative to An- 
thony Copley, 264. On Battel abbey 
leuga, 17, 9. On the jurisdiction of the 
abbots, 14. On the wills of Battel abbey 
jegistry, 34. On the abbey buildings, 5 1 . 
On points connected with Amberley, 
210. 211. 212. Light shewn on Sussex 



COOPER. 



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Cooper, W. Durrant, F.S.A, Continued. 

families by his Cade researches, 18, 
37. 38. His gifts to Lewes castle 
museum, 61. 71. On the usefulness 
of Sussex monumental inscriptions in 
America, 19, 185 note. Translation 
of an ancient Hastings will, 196. 
Valuation of Lewes and Pevensey. 
rapes, 207, 208. Document illustrative 
of his paper on the social condition of 
Sussex, 209. On points connected 
with Glynde, 20, 75. 77. 86. East 
Grinstead, 136. 154. On early racing 
in Sussex, 227, 228. On some iron 
relics found at Playden, 23, 214. On 
guild writs and returns (1388) 24, 
292. On prisons in Sussex, 293. On 
a monumental brass discovered at 
Ringmer, 25, 225. See also 4, loi. 
no. 5, 255 note, 7, no. 9, 180, 
278, 287 notes, 292. 11, 178 note, 
179. 13, 104. 179. 215. 14, 64. 67 
note, 137. 211 note, 252. 15, 153 
note, 234. 16, 290 7io/e. 311. 17, 
42. 66. 103. 22, 121. 194. 195. 24, 
120. 198 note, 25, 104, 116 notes. 
" Cooper's wiffe," Seaford, presented " for 
makinge discord betwixt neibours,** 7, 103. 
Coortesse, Edmund, deprived of his prefer- 
ments, catalogue of his offences, 10, 55 note, 
Coorteys, Couertis, Coucteis, Courtis. See 

Curteys. 
Coote, Richard, 12, 95 note, 
Cootham common, 12, 85 note. 
Cope, Mr, chapter clerk, Windsor, information 

communicated by, 20, 75. 77. 
Copeland, John, hanged at Winchelsea, 8, 207. 
Copenhagen, collection at Maresfield for, 21, 

215. 
Coper, Sibell, burial direction of, 12, 82. 
Copias, Emma, or Emmata, Hastings resi- 
dence of (141 6), her will, &c, 19, 196, 197. 
Copland, Edw. incumbent, Poynings, 15, 31. 
Copley, Anthony, of Roughey, equivocal cha- 
racter and mischievous freaks of, 14, 264. 
Copley, J. S. afterwards Lord Lyndhurst, only 
book published by, 8, 118 note. 18, 104. 
Copley, Sir Roger, 8, 118. 22, 155. Chantry 
in Horsham purchased and re-granted by, 
22, 157. 
Copley, the painter, 25, 198. 
Coppard, Henry, accidental death of, 23, 68. 
Coppard, John, bailiff, Lewes, quaker verdict 

on his accidental death, 16, 95. 
Coppedenes, Coppdennes, Copyns, and the 

Cobdens, 6, 78. 
Copper, Ralph, of Westham, rent paid and 

tenement held by, 24, 252, 261. 
Copper, pure, found at Eastbourne, 15, 241. 
Copper. See Ancient engraved copper. 
Coppingcr, Edmonde, 14, 96. 



Copthome, furnace at, 3, 242. Unenviable 
notoriety of the locality, 14, 62, 63. The 
Copthome horn and its object, 63. Cop- 
thorne brow, 16, 269. 

Coptic manuscripts at Parham, 25, 11. 

Copwood house and estate, Uckfield, 12, 19. 

Copyhold customs : Battel manor, 6, 60-62. 
South Bersted manor, 25, 118. 

Copyhold lands, how originally held, 6, 171. 

Copyldyke, John,, mayor, Winchelsea, 23, 33. 

Coiacles, British, copied by Caesar, 4, 10 1. 

Corbet, lady Alicia, or Adela, Avise, or Had- 
wissa (concubine of Henry L) priory founded 
by, 11, 109. Particulars relative to her and 
it, 23, 203-207. 

Corbet, Miles, 5, 88 note, 

Corbett, Robert, land g^nted to and assigned 
by, 25, 36, 37. 

Corbett, Sir William, 15, 79. 

Corbridge, Glamorgan, brass ring-brooch, 
with religious legend, found near,' 8, 307. 

Corby, John, monumental brass, 23, 141. 

Cord, ancient mode of dividing lands by, 
15, 149, 150. 

Cordray, John, archdeacon of Lewes, 25,- 49. 

Cordray, William, at Ag^ncourt, 15, 137. 

Cordrey, Francis, Mayfield bought and sold 
by, 21, 9. 

Cordwainers arms on a Chichester token, 11, 
176. 

Cordwell, Tom, the poor shepherd, good Sa- 
maritan act of, 24, 143. 

Corhampton church, Hants, compared with 
Worth church, 8, 246. 247. 

Corie, terra de la, probable meaning of, 6, 140. 

Corinium (Cirencester), use made by the 
Romans of hollow tiles at, 21, 38. 

Cork, earl of, and his son-in-law, 11, 20. 

Corker, Thurloe*s spy in a royalist plot, 5, 
89, 90. 

Corle, John, " shomaker," 13, 3a 

Corley, or Morley, 14, 112. n 2 note, 114. 

Corn, Privy Council Orders, temp. Jas. I, 
on the too great cheapness of, and on the 
dearth of, 3, 26-28. Forestalling, 11,197. Ex- 
port prohibited, 23, 28. Prices (1663-1730) 
63. 64. Prices (circa 1777-18 15) 25, 129. 

Corner, G. R, F.S.A, Papers by : — 

Or. the custom of Borough English, as 
existing in the county of Sussex, 6, 
164-189. Additional note, 8, 272. 
On a g^ant " per cultellum " of William 
the second earl de Warenne, 7, 213- 
216. 5w 6, 197. 20$ note, 13, 119. 
14, 264. 18, 20 7iote, 24, 248 note, 

Comewaill, Sir John, annuitant (141 1) 10, 133. 

Comhill Magazine and spirit stories, 14, 32. 

Cornish language " like, in a short time, to 
be quite lost, 10,*' 25. 

Cornwall, tin mines of, worked in pre-Roman 
times, 2, 261. 263. Number of Borough- 



CORNWALL. 



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GOTLAND. 



English manors in, 6, 174. Custom of 
king ales, 8, 134 note. Provision, &c, for 
coast defences, 11, 14S. 149. 156. 161. 
Rifled of its church bells, 16, 155. 

Comwall.Dachy lands, Shoreham, 25, 57. 

Cornwall, earl of, trumpeters at the bunal of 
the heart of, 6, 50. Castle destroyed by him, 
1 16. Earl of Warwick's letter to him, 117. 

Cornwall, Piers de Gaveston, earl of, 22. 199, 

Cornwall, Reginald earl of, hb parentage, 
possessions, &c, 23, 204-206. 

Cornwall, Itichard, earl of, estates seized for, 
16, 244. Bramber barony and castle given 
by king John to. 22, 17. See 23, 30. 

Cornwall, Rev. Eusebius, publications by, 18, 
90. Church plate given to Westbonme by, 

22, 85. Curacy and preferments held by 
him, 114. Corrigendum relative to him, 

23, 324. 

Cornwall, Rev. Peter Monami Durell, M.A, 
vicar of Westboume, 22, 112. 

Comwallis, Elizabeth, widowof Sir W. Sandys, 
and second wife of Richard lord Lumley, 
19, 103. Deposition by her servant con- 
cerning her, 103 note. 

" Comwick," 10, 124. 

Comwallis, Sir William, 5, 193. Letter to 
Sir Francis Walsingham from, 194. 

Coronation Services of the Barons of the 
Cinque Ports ; by Thomas Ross, 15, 178- 
210. Privileges anciently claimed by the 
barons, 178. Particulars of their claims 
at the coronations of Richard IL and Henry 
IV. 178, 179. Course followed from Henry 
VL and Margaret of Anjou to Edw. VI, 
179-183. Details of expenses at Mary's 
coronation, 184, 182. Proceedings on ac- 
cession of James 1, 185, 186. Lord Warden 
Cobham's caution as to choice of " metest 
and comlyest psonages," 187. Costume of 
the barons on the occasion, 188. Hastings 
demurring to Pevensey's (" Pemsey ") con- 
tribution towards expenses, 190. Why 
Folkestone and Tenterden would not pay 
for venison, 191. Accident to canopy of 
James II, 192. First breach on the privi- 
leges of the barons, 193, 194. Attack on 
the barons by the footmen of Charles II, 
and advantage taken thereof by the bishops, 
194. Pepys* account of the scene, 194 note. 
Continued infringement of the barons' 
rights, 195. Use of an old glove, 196. 
Piroceedings suggested, and taken for as- 
sertion of the barons' claims, on accession 
of George II, 196-206. Their costume at 
his coronation, 206. How they fared at 
and after the dinner, 208. Rolls of barons 
from coronation of James II. to that of 
Geo. II, 193. 207. 209, 210. Claim and 
prc(test,Uemp. Will. Ill, 208, 209. See 12, 
160. Cinque ports. 



Coroners for Sussex removed from oflice for 
inefficiency, 17, 247, 248. 

Corporations municipal, origin of, 15, 169. 

Corpus Christi anniversary, origin, and date 
of, 7, 188 note. 24, 293. 

Corrodiff meaning of, 6, 143. Grants by 
Durdbrd abbey, considerations for same, 
&C, 8, 74, 75. 82. Grant by the prioress of 
Eastbourne, 9, 25. Further on its meaning, 
and full text of a grant, 158, 159. 

Corsica hall, Seaford, eventful lustory of, 7, 
124, 125. 

Corslets furnished by East Sussex clergy, 11, 
225-227. 

Corteville, Belgium, sepulchral brass from in 
the museum of economic geology, 8, 342. 

Cortney, Henry, trade token, 24, 131. 

Corton Sutton, Celtic remains at, 16, 59. 

''Cortoris," meaning of, 14, 151. 

Corunna, or the Groyne, rumour of a Spanish 
fleet at, 11, 148. 154. 155. 158. 164. 

Corveser, Thomas, rector of Racton (1484) 
23, 15. 

Cosen, George, hb cottage plot an encroach- 
ment, 23, 301. 

Cosham, or Cossum, Adam, incumbent of 
Poynings, 15, 30, 31. 

Cosoun, John, Amndel herald, and his sub- 
stitute at Agincourt, 15, 129. 

Cossington (or Bossington) Hants, descent 
of the Edmonds family of, 12, 93 note. 

Cossum, andent Hastings name, 14, 86. 

Costedell family, its original name, place of 
settlement, &c, 24, 31. One a follower of 
Jack Cade, ibid note. See 8, 274. 

Costellow, Jos, bailiff, Chichester, 19, 147. 

Costlye (or Costeley) Ward, Ashdown forest, 
14,44. SI. 

Costume of one of the Wilsons, "worth a 
copyhold," 11, 15. His son's college out- 
fit, ibid. Costume of cinque ports barons 
at coronations, 12, 160 Jtote. 

Costume, see Dress. 

Costune, John, prior of Calceto, 11, 108. 

Cote, Richard, proof of age by, 12» 39. 

Cotegreve, Robert, and Cotoun, Hugh, es- 
quires at Agincourt, 15, 129. 

Coteler, Thomas le, one of the three taxable 
merchants of Arundel (1340) 7, 166. 

Cotes at Hill, Hardham priory possessions in, 
11, 114. Cotes, warren at, 17, 120. 

Cotes, Geoffry de, church given to Lewes 
priory by, 2, 14. 

Cotes (not Coles as in vol. 16) Simon, last of 
the Westboume hermits, will of, chapel 
built by, &c, 12, 79.80. 16, 266. 22, 98. 

Cotgraveon " coumpanage," 8, 74 note. On 
"Miche," 75 note. On "Cobertes," 9, 11 
note. 

Gotland, and Cotman land, peculiarity in the 
descent of, 6, 1 76. 



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COURTHOPE. 



Cotnall, William, liaisons with nuns and other 
misconduct confessed to by, 9, 19. 

Cotswold long wool, short wools depreciated 
by, 10, 7 a. 

"Ck)tt leases," and " Cos? leases," 6, 228. 

Cottenham manor, Kent, possessed by the 
Pelhams, 3, 217. 

Cotterdl, Henry, incumbent of St Leonards 
free chapel, 21, 155. 

Cotterell, John, free chapel sold by, 21, 155. 

Cottesford miH and forge, 23, 222. Parlia- 
mentary survey, 293. 

Cottingham, Ann, quakeress, 16, 78. 

Cottington, Sir Francis, 16, 30. 

Cotton, George, " scandal about Q. Elizabeth" 
ascribed to Arthur Counter by, 23, 5, 6. 

Cotton, Sir Richard, marriage with Sir J. 
Caryll of the eldest daughter of, 22, 163. 

Cotton, Sir Robert, the antiquary, 5, 80 note. 

Cotton's manor, Gl. Elizab^ at, 5, 191. 

Cotton MSS, citation from the, 14, 87 note. 

Cotton's sketch of Bodyam castle, citations 
from, 9, 288. 289. 294. 301. 302. 

Cotts, Margaret and Henry, land leased to, 
12, 265. 

Cottsmore, Thomas, incumbent of Poynings, 
15, 31. 

Cottyngham, Thomas, brother and twice abbot 
of Eiayham, 9, 165. 166. 167. 170. 179. 

Coucy, de, arms of at Echingham, 9, 358. 
Note concerning him, 359. 

Coudray, John, event which fixed a baptism 
in the memory of, 15, 58. 

Coudray, Robert de, 17, 143. 

Coukham, see Cokeham. 

Coulden, Anthony, see Colden. 

Coulpeper, George, of Balcombe, burial di- 
rections of, 3,-111. 

Coulstaple, see Colstaple. 

Coulstock, John and William, Fletching and 
Maresfield, 24, 206, 209, 211. 

Coulstock, Mary, quakeress, 16, 78. 

Coulston, Edward, cinque ports baron, 15, 210. 

Coulton, Rev. John, letters on the civil war 
in Sussex, the siege of Arundel castle, &c, 
by, 9, 49'54. Religious sympathy between 
him and S. Jeake, 13, 59. His antece- 
dents, 59 note. Articles of faith laid down 
by him and Jeake, 59, 60. 

Coumbe, Joh. atte, Pevensey baron, 17, 66. 

Coumber, Henry, charters witnessed by, 22, 
1 19-120. 

Coumbes (Coumes) John, use of a broken leg 
to, 12, 43. 15, 213 note. 

Coundres, John de, release of the ship and 
cargo of, 23, 24. 

Counte, Simon, John, and William le, gifts 
and confirmations of gifts to the templars 
by, &c, 9, 235. 236. 247. 251. 259. See 
10, 113. 115. 

*'Counteipoynte of arrays," 7, 38. 



Country gentlemen (1632) restricted from 
coming to London, 4, 226. Instance of a 
heavy fine on one, 227. 

Country shopkeepers, variety of the wares 
dealt in by, 11, 183 note. Extent of the 
business done by some, 184. 

" County Oak," 16, 269. 

Couper, John, presentation of, 17, 106. 

Coupere, John, proof of age by, 12, 43. 

Courboille, Lawrence, Rye baron, 17, 125. 

Courcelles, de, on the Champagnes, 11, 72. 

Court at Street, Kent, suggestion relative to, 
6, 105. 

Court Hall, Hastings, 14, 81. 

Court family, ancient house in I>ewes of the, 
13, 25. Court, John, and wife, 13, 34. 

Court, Mr, 25, 180. 

Courtail, rev. Mr, catalogue by, 18, 109. 

Courtail, archdeacon, 21, 132. 135. 

Courtenay, the good earl <rf, quaint epitaph 
on, 3, 147 note. 

Courtenay, earl of Devon, arms in Echingrham 
church of, 9, 357. 

Courtenay, John de (misprinted Coventry) 3, 
199. Intruded as prior of Lewes, 200. 

Courtenay, Richard, bishop of Norwich, 1 5, 134 

Courtenay, William, abp. of Cant. 2, 229. 
Singular grievance relieved by him, 230. 

Courtenay, W, an esquire at Agincourt, 1 5. 1 30 

Courtenay, Sir W, widow married by, 12, 52 
note, 

Courthop, Caleb, 4, 23. 

Courthop, George and John, Sussex road com- 
missioners, 15, 146. 

Courthope, probable origin of the name, 8, 
1 54- 13,310. 

Courthope of Whyligh, 24, i. Notice of the 
family, its present representative, &c. Ap- 
propriate mottoes adopted by William 
Courthope, ibid. 

Courthope, Adam de, temp. Edw. 1, 11, 67. 

Courthope, Alexander, and partner, great iron 
work of still extant, 2, 203. 

Courthope, Alexander, last of the Cranbrook 
Courthopes, 11, 68. 

Courthope, Alexander, of Sprivers, arms of, 
25, 93. 

Courthope, Ann, daughter of George, married 
to Thomas Wilson, 11, 45. 

Courthope, Mrs. Catherine, Dr. E. D. Clarke's 
friend, 12, 22. 

Courthope, G^rge, constituencies represented 
by, 5,103. 104. Courthope, George, married 
to Ann Fuller, 13, 98. Courthope, Sir 
George, of Whiligh, 13, 98. Courthope, 
George, of Whiligh, knighthood composi- 
tion, 16, 46. Arms of, 25, 94. Descent, 
intermarriage, &c, of the family, 94 note. 

Courthope, George, memorandum by, 19, 154. 

Courthope, G. C, of Whiligh, 8, 21. Deeds 
relative to the Wybames possessed by, 25. 



COURTHOPB. 



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COVERT. 



Old family mansion occupied by, 11, 67. 
Eighth of his name in lineal descent, 68 note, 

Courthope, Rev. Heniy, mansion of, and 
monument to, 12, 20. See 14, 228. 

Courthope, James, the persecuting dean of 
Peterborough, his death foretold in a dream, 
11, 68. 

Courthope, Jane, married, 25, 201. 

Courthope, J. de, wardship bought by, 9, 284. 

Courthope, Mr, m^irriage of, 18, 161. Only 
issue thereof, 161 note. 

Courthope, Mrs and Mr, entries in T. Mar- 
chant*s diary relative to, 25, 167. 168. 170. 
172. 179. 182. 184-186. 

Courthope, Nathani::!, settlement at Bandaof; 
killed fighting the Dutch, 11, 68. 

Courthope, Peter, first possessor of Danny, 
10, 13 note. 

Courthope, Peter, son of the above, 10, 13. 
Letters to him from Ray the naturalist, 
13-17. 21-26. 27-29. 31. Suffers from 
ag^e, Ray and Willoughby's advice thereon, 
19-21. Letter from Willoughby, jjo. His 
daughter, 32. His kindred and wife, 32 n. 

Courthope, Peter, property bought and sold by, 
13, 13. See 2, 117 note. 3, 129. 151 
note. 25, 194. 

Courthope, William, Rouge Croix, afterwards 
Somerset herald, on Wadhurst iron works, 
2, 217-219. On the Wybame brass and 
family, 8, 21-23. 25. On points connected 
with the possessors of Bodiam, 9, 282-285. 
287 fwte. 292. On the Newton family, 
326. His ancestor, 11, 68 note. List of 
incumbents and patrons compiled by, 21, 

17, 18. See 3, 91. 187. 14, 266. 
Courthopes and Cruttendens, arms of the, 6, 87. 
Courthopes and Coverts, members for East 

Grinstead, 20, 154. 

Courthopes and Campions, alliances between, 
22, 164 note. 

Courthouse street, Hasting^s, 14, 67, 68. 

Courtlands, in Goring, owner of, 12, 77. 

Courtness, Ann, marriage of, 23, 69. 

Courtness, Mr and Mrs, uncle and aunt to T. 
Marchant, 25, 172. 177. 182. 184. 

Courtness, Molly, bad news for, 25, 195. 

Courtois, or Couiteys, oval enamels by, 8, 299. 

Courts Baron, constitution and objects of, 21, 
116. 

Courts-leet, ancient liking for out-of-door meet- 
ings of, 23, 295 note. 

Court Wick (or Wyke) manor, query relative 
to, 10, 213. 

Court Wick, descent of the Wyatts of, 12, 98 n. 

Couseme (Coushersly, or Coursley) furnace at, 

18, 16. 

Couseme ironworks, probably Cansiron, near 

Hammerwood, East Grinstead, 20, 151. 
Coushossly furnace, 2, 215. 
Coutances, Mowbray, bishop of, 6, i8. 



Coutances, Roger, bishop of, 17, 11. 

Coute, Rob, subsidy assessor, Arundel, 7, 166. 

Coveley, John, mayor of Winchelsea, 23, 34. 

Coventry, churches of St. Michael and Holy 
Trinity at, 1, 146. "Coventrye fayre on 
Corpus Chrisd daye," 7, 188. John Oxen- 
bridge appointed lecturer to the corporation 
(1609), 12, 204. 

Coventry, Hugh, bishop of, 20, 2. 

Coventry, John de, see Courtenay, John dc. 

Coventry, Ralph de, cellarer and abbot of 
Battel, 17, 45. 

Coventry, Thomas lord, lord keeper, 4, 26 
note. His decree in " Dog " Sm\th*s chan- 
cery suit, 22, 38. 39. Charity lands re- 
stored by a judgment of his, 23, 140. 

Covert family, great iron masters, 2, 217. 
Former importance. Norman ancestor 
claimed by them, &c, 10, 158. Date of 
their connection with Slaugham, 159. 
Armorial quarterings, impalements, &c, 
at Slaugham and Hangleton, 163-166. 
Monumental brasses, 23, 179. Further 
as to their origin, status, arms, &c, 6, 73. 
87. 11, 58. 13, 25, 310, 311. 15, 123. 
24, 29. 

Covert de, arms and effigy of, 9, 365. 

Covert, Ann, Slaugham carried into the Mor- 
ton family by, 10, 159. 

Covert, Edward (of Slaugham and Twine- 
ham) armada contribution, 1, 33. 

Covert, Edward, wardship of a Scrase assigned 
to, 8, 6. 

Covert, John de, nonse commr. (1340) 1, 58. 

Covert, John, son of William {ob. 1503) lady 
married by, 10, 159. His will, monu- 
mental brass, &c, 160. Manor possessed 
by him, 165. John, son of Richard {ob. 
1559) killed at Boulogne, will and ten base 
bom children of, 10, 159. 160. John, a 
compounder for his estate (1643-44) 5, 49, 
19, 94. John (pb. 1679) created a baronet, 
last male of his line, 10, 159. John, of 
Aberton, knighthood compositidh, 16, 49. 

Covert, Lady, object of a parliamentary permit 
to, 5, 39. 

Covert, Margaret, bequest of com, &c, to the 
Shoreham Carmelites by, 10, 112. Bequest 
of a cow, 15, 95. Her parentage, 95 note. 

Covert, Richard de, 10, 122. 

Covert, Richard {ol\ 1547) and his four wives^ 
10, 159. His will, tomb,&c, 160. Richard, 
subsidy commissioner, 19, 150. Robert le, 
Midhurst, inquisition juror, 20, 8. 

Covert, Roger de, 25, 88. 

Covert, Ttiomas, tenant of Halnaker manor, 
9, 223. 

Covert, Walter (Slaugham) armada contribu- 
tion of, 1, 36. See 18, 31. Palmer, Thomas. 

Covert, Sir Walter, subsidy commissioner for 
I^wes rape, 9, 7 1 « Assessment on himself » 



COVERT. 



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COWLING. 



80. Probable builder of Slaugham, 10, 159. 

Joint surveyor of Sussex coast defences, 11, 

150. Collector of knighthood compositions, 

>6, 46. 
Covert, William {ob. 1494) first owner of 

Slaugham, 10, 159. His religious and 

charitable bequests, ibid. 
Covert, William, Sussex justice, 16, S3- 
Covey, Mr, his house at East Grinstead, a 

good specimen of Tudor architecture, 20, 

143- 
Coward, Ralf J, M.A, curate of Westboume, 

22,115. His subsequent preferment, t^^ 

CoWardson, William, smuggler, shot, 10, 93. 

Cowbeach (Cobeach) furnaces, 18, 15, 16. 

Cowden, giipts to Michelham of land in, iden- 
tification thereof, &c, 6, 135. 

Cowden, Kent, furnaces at, 11, 9. Their high 
character, 12, 51. Cowden stream, 16, 
371. Parish poor employed to spin flax in 
return for relief, 19, 52. The late Mr Tur- 
ner's reminiscences, 25, 2 16. See 14, 41, 42. 

CowDKN, Ancient Parochial Account 
Book of, by the Rev. E. Turner, M.A., V.P., 
20, 9 1 - 1 1 9. Character, contents, and con- 
dition of the volume, 91, 92. Physical 
features and earlier state of the parish : old 
families, ironworks, &c, 92, 93. 105. Ex- 
tracts (with comments) relating to the poor, 
vagrants, rating, apprenticeship, winding 
sheets, and burials, 95-101. 103-106. iii- 
118. Universality (rf and need for the 
spinning wheel, 96, 97. Usual pay and 
allowances (1625-30) to a pauper widow, 
102. Provisions for relief of soldiers and 
sailors, 107. Expenditure on account of 
the church, 108. Stock and whipping posts, 
109. 112. Fines for disorderly conduct, 
109. " Mending'* of churches and of 
"bodyes,** no. Paupers sent "to be healed 
of the king's evil," in. Indictments of 
the road, 112. Burials in woollen, 113. 
Pauper badges, 115. Mortality in 1700; 
specimens of orthography, 116. Author's 
apology for trespassing into Kent, 119. 
Cowding, rent charge laud by "Dog" Smith 
on, 22, 42. 

Cowdray, iron works on the estate of, 2, 209. 
CowDRAY House and its Possessors, by Sir 
Sibbald D.Scott, bart, 5, 176-189. Present 
aspect of the ruins, 176. Granted to the 
Bohuns : places and persons bearing the 
name of Cowdray, 177. Ancient name of 
the park : successive possessors, Owens, 
fltzwilliams, Montagues, Poyntzes, Eg- 
monts, 178-180. Architectural features, 
picture galleries. The great fire, &c, 181- 
184. ^ eye-witness to the fire, 183 note. 
Contemporary fate of the owner, 184. Fes- 
tivities on queen Elizabeth's visit, 185-187. 
190. 196. 



Cowdray house, portrait burnt at, 7, 29 note. 
Single park, 31 Jiote. To whom sold by 
Sir D. Owen, 40 note. Manuscript saved 
from the fire, 173. Picture also saved, 175 
note. Rules and orders for the household 
[See Montague, lord]. • Engravings from 
pictures burnt at, 8, 322. Visit of Edward 
VI, builder of the place, the g^eat pictures, 
&C, 10, 196. 198. 200. 201. 202. 204. Gift 
deed supposed to be among the muniments, 

11, 94. , Damage done by the 1703 storm, 

12, 55 note. Troops at, 260. 
Cowdray House, old papers found in a 

TOWER of, by Sir Sibbald D. Scott, bart, 
F.S.A, 15, 67-73. Present condition of the 
house, 67, 68. The muniment room and 
the jackdaws, 68. Notices of documents 
lately remaining there, 69. Subsidy assess- 
ment (1666) on the residents in the house, 
71,72. Wine merchant's and tailor's bills, 73. 
Cowdray house, simultaneous catastrophes to 
it and its owner, 16, 259. Battel refectory 
roof removed to, 17, 16. Publications re- 
lating to, 18, 92. The Countess of Salis- 
bury a prisoner at, 21, 82 note. 83. Mr. 
Holloway's personal recollections of the 
place before the fire, 22, 187-189. Contem- 
porary letter on the fire, 24, 294. See 5, 
57 note. 58. 61. 61 note. 25, i. Bohun. 
Browne. Buck-hall. Fitzwilliam. Monta- 
gue. Owen, Poyntz. 
Cowdray manor. Borough English in, 6, 180. 

Yearly value (141 1) 10, 136. 
Cowdray (le Coudrey, Coundry) birth place of 

John de I'Isle, 12, 32. 
Cowdry's old house, 25, 181. 203. 
Cowell's explanation of "denarata," 9, 172 

note. On " pittancia," 25, 136 note. 
Cowes, West, 1, 107-109. 
Cowfold (Cuffold) bronze celt found, 2, 268. 
The Dunstalls, 5, 279. The Beards, 11, 
32 note. Site of Windham court-leet, 23, 
239. Various spellings, 25, 45 note. 
Cowfold church, prior Nelond's brass in, 1, 9. 
23, 129, Same described, 151, 152. The. 
porch, 10, 60. Vicar's arms quota, 11, 
225. Dedication, 12, 105. Crown pre- 
sentations, 12, 257. 21, 52. The bells, 16, 
194.206. The church and its reputed founder, 
18, 103. 197. "Church marks," 19, 48. 
Cowfold Churchwardens' Accounts, temp, 
Edw. IV, Rev. W. Bruere Otter on, 2, 316- 
325. Illustrative extracts, 317.322. Rules 
for health, medical receipts, &c, 323-325. 
Cowkeepers of London, collection (17 15) at 

Maresfield for the, 21, 216. 
Cowley, Capt, killed at Minden, 10, 41. Lord 

Tavistock's letter on the subject, 43. 
Cowling castle, seal found at, 5, 199. 
Cowling manor sold, temp. Hen. Ill, for 400 
marl^, 10, 211. 212. 



COWPER. 



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CREILLE. 



Cowper, of Strood in Slynfold, family connec- 
tion indicated by the arms of, 6, 80. 

Cowper, Edward, of Strood, arms of, 25, 94. 

Cowper, John, M.P. for Steyning, armada 
contribution, 1, 35. Grant by cL Eliz. to, 
5, 250. Question between him and Hast- 
ings corporation, 19, 33. 

Cowper, R, knighthood composition, 16, 50. 

Cowper, William, lord chancellor, on the state 
of the Sussex roads, 11, 183. 

Cowper, lord, and Charlton hunt, 15, 79. 

Cowper, Mr, temporary incumbent, Ninfield, 

17, 16. 

Cowper, Thomas, *thelder,' "benevolence" 

contribution of, 14, 82. 
Cows held as parish property, 2, 317 note. 
Cowsewell, Custans, prioress of Rusper, 5, 

249- 255- 
Cowstock, T. bailiff of Lewes barony, 13, 131. 

Cowyke, Geo. bequest for masses, &c, 12, 92. 

Cox, a man without arms, with fingers at 
his shoulders, 3, 149 note. 

Cox, Dr, king's almoner, mission into Sussex 
confided to (1550) 4, 245 note. 

Cox, Francis, incumbent of Poynmgs, 15, 31. 

Cox, Mr, minister of Slindon, 19, 120. 

Cox, Sarah, of Chichester, royalbt composition 
paid by, 19, 94. 

Cox, T, London, " Complete History of 
Sussex,'* sold by, 14, 125 note. 

Cox, Thomas, of Pevensey, rent paid and land 
held by, 24, 251, 257. 

Cox, Dr. Wm, maltreatment of, 5, 52. 

Coxe, Rev. Thomas, enlargement of Cam- 
den's account of Sussex by, 23, 319. 

Cox Heath camp, 1756, a Sunday at, 11, 189. 

Crabbett estate, Leonard Gale's reasons for 
purchasing the, 12, 52. Its history, 52 a. 

Crackelynge, lady Johanna, an Easeboume 
nun, discreditable facts deposed to by, 9, 18. 

Cracow cathedral, sephulchial brass in, 8, 342. 

Cradocke, lady Cecilia, Easebourne nun, 9, 
22. 25. Negligences of the prioress deposed 
to by, 23. 26. 

Cradock, lliomas, of Chichester, royalist com- 
position paid by, 19, 94. 

Craggs, James, arms of, 25, 94. 

Craik, professor, and Cade's rising, 18, 37. 

Crall, Richard, yearly value of lands held by 
(141 1) 10, 145. Cralle, family name de- 
rived from, pedigree, &c, 25, no. 

Cranachi, Lucas, 17, 213. See Kranach. 

Cranbrook, anciently called Grimbroc, 9, 
151 note, A noted poor-house master, 10, 
84 note. Last of the Cranbrook Couithopes, 
11, 68. Pestilence at, 14, 196. 198. 

Crane, Sir Francis, occasion of the death of, 

18, 172. Office held by him, 178. 
Crane, John, abbot of Battel, 17, 46. 
Cranhalls, Dutch engineer, called in to repair 

Hastings pier, 14» 90, 91, 92. 



Cranmer, Robert, justice, 20, 100. 

Cranmer, Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, 
Mayfield alienated to the crown by, his 
apology for the act, &c, 2, 230-232. 21, 
8. His article against improprieties in the 
church, 4, 253. His caution to Latimer, 
267. Friendship between him and the 
Wyatt family, 13, 303, 304- Exchange of 
manors, &c, with the king, 19, 126 note. 
25, 114. 116. Accusation heard by him 
in council, 21, 80. 

Cranston, Rev. James, All Saints', Hastings, 
14, 203. Minister of St. Clement's, Hast- 
ings, 16, 184. 

Cranston, John, assistant warden, Sackville 
College, 20, 166. 

Cranstone, Major, property in Maresfidd of, 
14, 157. 

Cras, John, probably an early member of the 
Scrase family, 8, i, 2. See Scrase. 

Cras, Sir Nicholas, sheriff of Sussex, disgrace 
and subsequent restoration of, 2, 34. 

Craucumb, Godfrey de, offices deputed by 
K. John to, 3, 10, II. 23, 29. 

Craven, William, lord, estates of, sequestered 
and ordered to be sold, 19, 97. His sub- 
sequent succession to the estates of John 
lord Craven, no. Scholarship established 
by the latter — eminent holders of it, no, 
III. William restored to his own estates 
and created earl, 112. Manorial profits 
claimed by, 23, 226. Sussex manor held 
by, 25, 116. Observation by Mr. W. D. 
Cooper, 116 note. 

Crawehurst, license to repair buildings in, 13, 
112. 

Crawfurd, R, estate in East Grinstead for- 
merly belonging to, 20, 151. 

Crawley church, bequest to, 3, 116. Value of 
the living (1650) 10, 23 note. Parson's arms 
quota, 11, 225. Church bells, 16, 167. 
206. 269. Monumental brasses, 23, 152. 

Crawley subsidy list, 9, 82. " Crawlec " rents 
(141 1) 10, 140. Inn signs, 186. Trader's 
token, 11, 175. 177. 24, 128. Ill condi- 
tion of the roads, 15, 143. Yearly value of 
lands, &c. (1649) ^^> 2^7* 

Crawley Church and Churchyard, mo- 
numental inscriptions in, by Mr. Ernest Ell- 
man, 24, 301-303. 

Crawley, John, of the navy office, 25, 72. 
Husband of his daughter Anne, 78. 

Crawly, Mr. Justice, 4, 29. 

Crayford, R, incumbent, E. Grinstead, 20, 
147. Assist, warden, Sackville college, 166. 

Creassye, W, Hastings, property of, 14, 79. 

Crecy, relique from the field of, 8, 315. 

Creed, near Bosham, monastery at, 18, 5. 

Creed township, common fine on, 23, 227. 

Creewe, Thomas, lands released by, 17} 75. 

Creille, Walter, fact fixed by death of, 12i34* 



CRESPI, 



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CROMWELL. 



Crespi, Peter, land given to Dureford abbey ^, 
to be ** free from debt to the Jews," 6, 50. 

Cressing Temple, Essex, templars* preceptory 
at, 9, 343. 

Cressyngham, Johannes de, vicar of Burwasb, 
manor demised by, 21 > 130. 

Creswell, comet, unknown fate of, 11, 24. 

Creswdl, widow, rent and holding of, 24, 
352, 361. 

Cresweller, John and Austen, mayors of Chi- 
chester, 24, 72, 73. 

Crete, Sir Robert, derk, " benevolence " con- 
tribution of, 14, 82. 

Crettall, Edw, tenement in Hailsham held by, 
24, 227. 

Creuquer (Crevecoeur) Emma de, land given 
to the templars by, 9, 155. 

Crevequer, Robert de, benefactor to Lewes 
priory, 8, 150 note. Forfeiture incurred by, 
and other particulars relating to his son 
Hamon, ibid, 

Crewe, Nathanid lord, bbhop of Durham, 
portrait of, 25, 13. 

Cricket matches between Sussex villagers 
(1751-64) 9, 198. 30I. 202. 11, 210. 213. 
314. 

Cricketot family, see Marriage settlement. 

'^ Crickets coming to the house" a death 
omen, 9, 191. 

Crimes at sea, Cceur de Lion's punishments 
for, 4, 106. 

Crimes, pecuniary compensation at Lewes for, 
21, 95. Crime in Sussex, 23, 214-216. 

Criminal conversation, ground of a chaplain's 
acquittal of, 9, 261. 

Criminals, Saxon form of passing sentence 
of death on, 4, 310. 

Crimshaw, in Aldwick, 25, 117. 

Criol (Criell, Crioll, Cruel) family, and thdr 
possessions, 6, 84. Name probably as- 
sumed by them, 85. Arms borne by 
Nicholas and Robert de C. &c, 9, 346. 
354. 365. Duties assigned to Bertram de 
C. Dover castle constable, and Cinque ports 
warden, 23, 21. 28. 30. Robert de, holder 
of Ashburnham at the date of Domesday, 
24, 3. 37. Norman locality whence the 
family came, ibid. Period up to which they 
had an interest in Ashburnham, 3. Identity 
of arms borne by them and the Popes of 
Buxted, 37. Antiquity of the family, 25, 
94. See Kirrell. 

Criplegate, templars imprisoned in, 9, 373. 

Crippenden, Cowden, Tichbome mansion, 
verses over the chimney piece, 20, 93. 

Cripps, Edward and James, Sussex iron 
workers, 1, 74. 77. 

Cripps, J. M. seal exhibited by, 5, 204. 

Cripps, Mr, postmaster, Washington, instru- 
mental in the recovery of the Chancton 
coins, 20, 213. 



Crispe, Sir Nicholas, expdled, 5, 103. 
Crispe, William and John, knighthood com- 
position, 16, 47, 48. 
Crispus, coins of, found, 11, 140. 
Crithburgf 9, 228. Probable meaning, 239. 
Crochon, John, proof of age by, 12, 30. 
Crochurst, pannage, lands, tithes, &c, given 

to Sele priory, 10, 115. 116. 117, 118, 135. 
Crockatt, Gilbert, letter to Sir C. Shovd's 

widow from, 14, 109. 
Crocker's poem "The Lavant," illustrative 

stanza from, 16, 262. See 18, 91. 
Crq/l in Sussex place-names, 7, 8. 14. See 

25, 38 note. 
Croft, the, Hastings, 14, 67. 
Croft land, yearly value (141 1) 10, 132. 
Croft family, benefactors to Boxgrove priocy, 

15, 93. 
Croft, George, chancellor of Chichester, cause 

of the hanging of, 21, 79 note. 
Croft, Sir James, comptroller of the household 

to queen Elizabeth, 5, 190. 
Croft, John, burial direction of, 12, 79. 
Croft, John de, presentation of, 17, 105. 
Crofte, N, bequest to All souls light by, 12, 80. 
Croftes, Thomas, object of visit to England 

by, 18, 172. 
Croham, Robertus, ** modo est prior, Estgren- 

sted," 20, 146. 
Croke township, common fine on, 23, 237. 
Crokebet, John, vicar of Sutton, 17, 161. 
Croker, John Wilson, blunder of relative to 

the place where lord Montague was drowned, 

20, 209. 
Croker, T. Crofton, F.S^, .2, 268. 3, 230 x. 
Crokin, massacre of the Wdsh by the Braoses 

at, 3, 43- 
Cromerlott now Camberlott, 14, 234, 335. 
Cromlech at L'Ancresse, Guernsey, 16, 58. 
Cfomp, John, mayor of Hastings, 12, 269. 
Crompcon's definition of a hide of land, 14, 

*34* 
Cromwell, Gregory, politic use made of the 

plague by, 7, 328. 

Cromwell, Bifargaret, 14, 169. 

Cromwell, Oliver, Remarks 00 the Pocket 
Bible of, by M. A. Lower, 2, 78. 

Cromwdl, Oliver, his ordinance for * trying * 
the dergy, 1, 66 noto. Taxes raised for 
him or the Commonwealth, 71. 73. 75. 
77. Posthumous regrets for him, 103 
note. A faithful follower, 5, 83. Plot 
against him joined in by some of his 
own party, 88-90. His harsh conduct to 
Dr. Hewitt, 90. Scheme of his opposed by 
CoL Morley, 94. Contemporary comments 
on his new lords, 96. His step on the par- 
liament refusing to make the protectorate 
hereditary, 103. Occasional bedfellows of 
his, 6, 144 note* Painting representing him 
drinking and smoking, 8, 330. Effect of 



CROMWELL. 



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CROWHURST. 



a wheatear pie on his ofHcers, 11, 28. His 
lying in state, 30. John Oxenbridge com- 
mended to him by Andrew Marvell, 12, 
209. Pretended saints of his era, 14, 246. 
His "dark lantern," 17, 150. An original 
warrant of his, 18, 62. Free pass granted 
by him to Sir W. Forde, 19, 92. io«?. His 
dealings with the royal arms, 20, iii. 
Estate confiscated by him, 25, i Tiote. See 
4, 271. 5, 31. 67. 10, 13. 

Cromwell, Richard, 5, 84. 95. 103. His es- 
cape, 17, 150. 

Cromwell, Thomas lord, and earl of Essex, 
church in Lewes g^ranted by Henry VIII. to, 
1, 49. His share in the dissolution of 
religious houses, and ntributive end, 3, 
205-207. Parish registration instituted by 
him, 4, 243. 22, 23. 24, 99. Religious 
houses, &c, granted to him; Michelham, 

6, 159. Berwick, 225. Lewes, 263. Re- 
lations between him and Andrew Borde, 
letters to him from the latter, &c, 205. 206. 

13, 263-268. Appeals of Lord and Lady 
la Warr to him relative to Boxgrove priory, 

7, 218, 219. 15, 103, 104. 107. Reports 
to him on Boxgrove, Shulbred, and other 
religious houses, 7, 219-221. 223. 227. 228. 
12, 199-202. Letter to him on the Lewes 
Levds, 10, 97, 98. Aldrington given to 
him, 12, 121. Priory lands granted to 
and forfeited by him, 17, 86. 152. 163. 
Letter to him from Rye corporation, 131. 
Imberhome manor granted to him, 20, 
140. Mayfield granted to him, 21, 15. 
His letter on the charge against the coun- 
tess of Salisbury, and sensational display 
at her trial, 82, 83. See 13, 8. 47. 85. 100. 
17,48. 

Cronchester, William, land held and rent pay- 
able by, 23, 309. 

Crooke, Sir James, marriage of a Shurley 
with, 18, 133. 

Crooke (Croke) Mr. Justice, one of " Dog " 
Smith's Sussex trustees, 22, 37. 

Croom's Hill, earthquake shock at, 11, 37. 

Crop, Walter, g^rant by the templars to, 9, 
159. Ancient status of the family, 159 R. 

Cropp, W. and R. Pevenscy barons, 17, 66. 

Crosby, Mr, on a theological disputation in 
Waldron church, 9, 34. Information fur- 
nished by, 136. 

Crosby, William, vicar, Alciston, 20, 75. 

Cross of our Saviour ; legend as to the tree 
wherefrom it was formed, 5, 109, no. 
See Holy cross. 

Cross, the, the residence of the Newnhams, 

14, 145- 

''Cross Dowle,'' probable meaning of, 23, 
247 note. See Dowle. ** Cross in hand *' 
wayside hostelry, 21, 108. no. Roman 
remains found at the Cross ways, 14, 178. 



Crosse, Edw. chantry rent paid by, 23, 31. 

Crosseby, William, chaplain of St. James's 
hospital for lepers, 17, 162. 

Crossebyll, R. mass-singing bequest to, 3, 1 1 2. 

Crosses and Crouches, wayside crosses, &c, 
as inn signs, 10, 181, 182. Market crosses, 
183. See 24, 226 note. 

Crosskey, Robert, Lewes, ancient deagnatioa 
of house of, 13, 32. 

Cross-legged effigy at Horstbd Keynes, 
by W. S. Walford, F.S.A, 1, 128-141. Find- 
ing of same, person represented, &c, 130- 
132. Notices of his family, see Ke3mes. 

Croteslyve, lands in, 14, 112. 

Crouch-cross field, local point identified with 
the, 15, 99. Crouch house, 25, 172. No 
longer existing : its site, 202. 

Crouch, James, churchwarden. South Stone- 
ham, 25, 124. Crouch, Matthew, letter 
to Sir W. Wilson from, 11, 36. 

Crouch, Thomas, mayoralty of Rye usurped 
by, 13, 63. S. Jeakc prosecuted by, 6^ 
note. Inscription to his memory, 287. 

Crouche, Robert, mayor and baron of Rye, 15, 
182. Short notice of, his will, bequest to 
Rye church, &c, 17, 125-128. 22, 132. 

Croucher, derivation of, 11, 80 note. 

Croucher, Thomas le, lease of priory lands to, 
11, 104. 

Croucher, Thomas, trade token, 24, 131. 

Crougo (Crouch) William, outlaw, 25, 36. 

Croun, Sir Amauri de, suggestion as to the 
wardship of, 3, 64. 

Crowborough, its elevation above the ocean 
level, 2, 169. 

Crowborough church bell, 16, 206. 

Crowborough gate, punning inn sign at, 10, 
188. 24, 198 note. See 14, 49. 15, 
148. 23, 248, 296 notes. 24, 198. 

Crowborough waste, grant of land to the rec- 
tor of Buxted for a chapel, &c, on, 9, 217. 

Crowcher, or Crucher, John, dean, custos of 
St. Mary's hospital, Chichester, 24, 50. 

Crowcrouch, 10, 182. 

Crowe, E, second wife of J. Whitfeld, 19, 88. 

Crowe, William, co-purchaser of Chiddingly 
rectory, 14, 237. 

Crowelinke, John, in Cade's rising, 18, 40. 

Crowham, yearly value of lands in (141 1) 10, 

US- 
Crowham, Robert, last prior of Lewes, 2, 20. 

3, 204. Bargain made by him on surren- 
dering his priory, 205. See 6, 263. 13, 4« 
Crowhurst, on the remains of the Ancient 
Manor House at, by Alexander Nesbitt, 
F.S.A, and Early History of the Manor, 
by W. S. Walfprd, F.S.A, 7, 44-55- S»te 
and architectural details of the remains, 44- 
47. Small number of rooms, parallel in- 
stances, 47, 48. Contrast between ancient 
and modem house-building, &c, 48, 49. 



CROWHURST. 



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CUCKPIELD. 



Early owners of the manor, the earls of 
Ea, and dukes of Britany, 49-51. Walter 
de Scotney, his crime and fate, 51-53. A 
wrongful possessor, 51. Probable builder 
of the manor-house, 54-55* 

Crowhurst church, Pelham buckle in and on, 
3, 224, 225. 24) 7. Iron monumental 
slab, 5, 203. 8, 344. P&rish valuation 
(1649) 6| 58. Vicar's arms quota, II, 226. 
Church granted to Hastings priory, 13^ 
170, 171. Value ^emp. pope Nicholas and 
Hen. VIII, 172. 176. The bdls, 16, 166. 
194. 206. Early and crown presentations, 
17, 106. 21, 57, 58. 

Crowhurst, its condition after the battle of 
Hastings, 2, 57. The manor granted to 
a Pelham, 3, tig. Yearly value of same 
(141 1) 10, 136. The park, 6, 18. Fur- 
naces, 18, 15, 16. Chief freeholder (1734) 
and his present representative, 23, 76. 

Crowhurst, Crowherst, See 14, 140. 15, 156. 
17, 9. 116. 117. 124. 173. 21, 123. See 
€Uso 6rawehurst. 

Crowlink in Friston, opbnino of a Bar- 
row at, by W. Figg, F.S.A, 5, 207-212. 

Crowlink, smugglers temporaxily nonplussed 
at, 10, 91. Ancient necklace found at, 205. 

Crowmer, William, ex-sheriff of Kent, Cade's 
allegations against, 18» 19. 20 7ioie, Im- 
prisoned, 19. Beheaded, 20. 

Crown inn, Petworth, curious odling in the, 
14, 22. See Ayres' ceiling. 

Crown office, writ m re Titus Gates, 14, 80. 

Crown Officers in Sussex, fees of, temp. €L 
Eliz, communicated by Rev. Dr. Wellcsley, 
9, 107, 108. 

Crown Presentations to Sussex Recto- 
ries, &c, temp, Q, Eliz, communicated by 
Sir Henry ElUs, K.H, F.S.A, &c, 12, 256- 
260. Ministers who refused to subscribe and 
subsequently subscribed articles in favour 
of the book of common prayer, 260. 

Crown Presentations to Sussex livings 
(of date anterior to the above) by W. D. 
Cooper, F.S.A, 21, 44-72. Loss of the 
bishops' registers prior to 1400: sources 
whence the present list is taken, 44. The 
list in alphabetical order, 44-72. See Early 
presentations. 

Crownall, Joanna (wife of Sir John Pelham) 
heroic conduct of, 7, 65. 

Croxton monastery, Bayham monks sentenced 
to penance in, 9, 168. 

Croy, Stephen de, his ship arrested, &c, 23, 
21. 24. 

Croydon, Queen Elizabeth at, 5, 191. ''Dog" 
Smith's benefaction to, "22, 32. 

Croydon, John, subddy collector, Chichester, 
24, 67. 

Croyland monks, their plafic of refuge from 
the Danes, 6, 100 note. 



Craceroys, William de, bishop Berksted's 

official, 11, 100. 
Cracher. See Crowcher. 
Crucifix of bronze found at Iford, 17, 245. 
Crucifixes, crosses, &c, exhibited at Chichester, 

1853, 8> *98- 3oa« 

Crucifixion, ancient enamel of the, 5, 105-110. 
Same in stained glass, Maiesfield, 14, 144. 
Mural paintings of the Crucifixion and 
descent from the cross, 16, 4. 7, 8. 

Cruel, de. See Criol. 

Cruise's defiiution of " Honor," 21, 119. 

Crull, Robert, dean of Hastings, 13, 154. 

Crull, Simon, benefactor to St. Mary's hos- 
pital, Chichester, 24, 44. 

Crumble pond, inference from the aspect of, 

15, 157. See CrundeL 

Crumpe, John, incumbent, Ditchling, 13, 259. 

Crunddy or Crumbel at Preston-Beckhelwyne, 
21, 30. Definitions by Ptofessor Leo and 
Mr. Kemble, 31. 

Crundd, Robert, copyholder, Maresfield, 24, 
207. 212. 

Crusaders, disease brought into Europe by 
^^t 7, 57. Crusaders from Sussex, notices 
of, arms borne by, &c, 9, 364, 365. Preva- 
lent fallacy relative to arms borne by Cm* 
saders, 25, 88. Salle des Crois^s at Ver- 
sailles, 89. Arms indicating a crusading 
origin, 103. 

Cruttall, William, land held by, 25, 54. 56. 

Cruttenden family, probable origin and ar- 
morial bearings of the, 13, 310. 

Cruttenden, John, knighthood composition, 

16, 46. Latin epitaph on a John Crutten- 
den, 21, 134. Cruttenden, John, of Bur- 
wash, arms of, 25, 95. Seats of the family, 
last male heir, &c, 95 note, Cruttenden, 
Robert, ironworks bought by, 21, 113. 
Rhymed epitaph on his daughter, 133. 

Cruttenden, Wm, smuggler, shot, 10, 93. 

Cruttenden and Crunden, query as to the 
names, 19, 208. 

Cruttendens and Couithopes, arms of, pro- 
bable derivation of the names, &c, 6, 87. 

Cruttendens, perennial in Sussex, 11, 57. 

Crypps, Thomas, bequests to church lights by, 
12, 78. 

Crypt called the Folly, Seaford, 7, 112. 

Crysford, William, monumental brass, 23, 155. 

Cubiculum, chamber probably intended for a, 

12, 14. I37« 

Cubitte, B. merchant bailiff, Yarmouth, 12, i€6. 

Cuck, GeoSry, first M.P.for Seaford, latinized 
name of, 17, 144. 

Cuckfield church, 2, 274. Yearly value of 
the living (1650) 10, 23 note. Deprivation 
of a lewd vicar, 55 nUe. Vicar's arms 
quota, 11,, 225. The bells, 16, 194. 206. 
A deer-stealing vicar and his punishment, 

17, 119, lao. 25, 80. Carved bosses in 



CUCKFI£LD. 



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CULPEPER. 



the church, 18, 184, 185. Monumental 
brasses, 23, 152. 

Cuckfield, ironworks formerly at, 2, 209. ^ 
Roman urn found in the parish, 3, 142 
note, Grimm's view, 237. ■ Form of 
Borough English in the manor, 6, 172. 
180. Subsidy list, 9, 80. Park of the Says, 
233. Rules of the grammar school, 185. 
Botanical products, 10, 24. Inn signs, 181. 
186. Leigh manor, 11, 51. Sold by the 
Dacres,64. Traders' tokens, 175. 176. 22, 
226. 24, 128. Grant of tenements to 
Tipper and Dawe, 13, 46. Fatal hunting 
accident, 17* 121. Bequest to the poor, 18, 
152 tiote. Yearly value of lands (1649) 
19) 207. Chief freeholders (1734) and their 
present representative, 23, 76. Profit of 
courts-leet, 229. litigation with an adja- 
cent parish) 25, 167. See 9, 36, 80, notes. 
14, 140. 150. 153. 177. 5ee a/so Cokefeld. 

Cuckfield park or place, 16, 25. 25, 62. 
Sergison portrait and relics there, 78. 79. 
Present condition of the park, 79 note. 
Descent of manor and park, ibid. Ancient 
and present mansion, 81. 82. Memorials 
to its possessors in the church, 82, 83. 226. 

Cuckham, 18, 92. 

Cucking-stool, offences punishable by the, 2, 
148. Seaford "Cucking Stole" reported 
out of repair, 7» lOO' Antiquity of punish- 
ment by the, &c, 100, loi. The cucking 
stool in Rye church, 9, 361. Late instance 
of the employment of one, 362. Other in- 
stanoeSf 363. 

Cuckmere, famous catch of trout in the, 4, 
59 note. Ancient moat fed by the, 6, 158. 
Derivation of the name, 7, 5. 77. Local 
phenomenon exemplified in the, 9, 99. 
Antiquities found in the vicinity, 368. 
Surroundings of the, 15, 150. Its sources 
and course, 158, 159. Barrows in its 
valley, 22, 66. 73. 

Cuckmere, revenue officers imprisoned by 
smugglers at, 10, 81. Defences of the 
haven, temp. Eliz. 11, 151. The "Long 
bridge" 2o» 26 note. See 14, 211. 25, 
25 note. * 

Cuckold's Green, 25, 175. 

Cuckoos and Heathfield fair, 13, 210. 

Cuddington family, notice of the, 9, 82 note. 

Cudlow (or Cudlawe) Tortington priory pos- 
sessions in, 11, no. Church and lands 
absorbed by the sea, 12, 88 Tiote, 

Cudworthin Newdigate, 11, 62. 25, 176. 

Cuerdale, antiques found in, 9f 373. 

Cuffold, see Cowfold. 

Cufic Manuscript at Parham, 25, 11. 

Cuinterel, William, allowance to for a journey, 

17, 143- 
Culbone, Somerset, cunous instance of the non- 

arrital of news at, temp, W. Ill, 10, X2. 



Culioden and Fort George, lO, 37, 38* 

Culmington, derivation of, 14, 209. 

Culpeper or Culpepper family (Wakehurst) 1, 
10. Former importance of the Culpepers, 
81 note. Occasion of their settlement at 
Wakehurst, 10, 152. Their military ex- 
ploits, 152, 153. Extinct hereditary honours, 
153. Pedigree of the Sussex branch, 154. 
Remarks on the pedigree, 155 note. Escut- 
cheon of 12 quarterings, 156. Bygone 
glories, 11, 58. Notices of some of the 
family, 12, 140. 141. 157. Twelve knights 
and baronets of the race living at one time, 
158. Some of them in Cade's rising, 18, 
17 note. Monumental brasses, 23, 133, 
134. Origin of the name and family not 
yet discovered : earliest known account, 24, 
29. First eminent member on record, 30. 
Clues local and armorial ; families bearing 
similar arms, 30, 31. Probable cause of 
their rise, 31. See 9, 33. 11, 37* 13, 
25. Colepepper, Coolpepir, Coulpeper. 

Culpeper, Sir Alexander, ironmaster, 3, 244. 

Culpeper, Sir Anthony, of Bedgebury, 11, 63. 

Culpepper, Benjamin, 24, 200. 

Culpepper, Bridge, married at Maresfield, 
14, 150. 

Culpeper, Catherine, marriage and death of, 
10, 167. 

Culpeper, Edward (of Wakehurst) armada 
contribution, 1, 37. 

Culpeper (Colepeper) Edward, at Agincourt, 
10, 152. 

Culpeper, Sir Edward, subsidy commissioner, 

9, 71. Amount levied on him, 87. 
Culpeper, Sir Edward, builder of Wakehurst, 

10, 153- 

Culpeper, Eliza, wife of J. Whitfeld, 19, 87. 
Culpeper, George, of Balcombe, benefactions 

of his widow, &c, 10, 155 note, 
Culpeper, J, prisoner in the Tower (1554) 10, 

Culpeper, Joan, widow of Thomas, plate, 

jewellery, &c, bequeathed by {temp. Hen. 

VIII.) 3, 113. 10, 155 note. 
Culpeppir, John, Justice, *' a cold professor of 

religion" 2, 58. 
Culpeper, John, parson of Ardingly, bequests 

to the poor, &c, by, 10, 155 note. 
Culpeper, Madame, buried, 1, 81. 
Culpeper, Mr (Bedgbury) visited and knighted 

by Queen Elizabeth (1573) 5, 191. 
Culpeper, M.P. for East Grinstead, 20, 154. 
Culpepper, Master, dean, Chichester, 24» 53. 
Culpeper, Nicholas, arms quota of, 11, 227. 
Culpeper, Richard and Nicholas, Wakehurst 

heiresses married by, 10, 152. 
Culpeper, Thomas, armada contribution, 1, 

37. Posey-iing, &c, bequeathed by (1602) 

3, 114. 
Culpeper, Thomas, baptismal entry, 25, 159. 



CULPEPER. 



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CUTTEFORD. 



Culpcper, Thomas, bailiff, Ashdown forest, 

14, 47- 

Culpq>er, Sir Thomas, and the repairs of 
Hastings pier, 14, 94. See 5, 71. 25, 110. 

Culpeper, Sir William, royalist petition pre- 
sented by, 9, 56. His parentage, 11, 36, 
Last male of his line, 39. 

" Cultellum." See Grant ** per Cultcllum.** 

Culver, derivation of, 24, 245 note. 

Culverdon,W. bellfounder, 16, 151 note, 196. 

Calwood, Reymond, release of the ship of, 
23,24. 

CunU'f Ctom, or Combf in Sussex place-names, 
7, 5. 8. 14. 

Cumbe, Matthew de, land held by and sub- 
sequently given to the Templars by, 9, 
234. 238. Villein emancipated by, 238. 

Cumbe, Richard de, deeds of gift witnessed 
l>yr 9, 235. 238. Cumbe, Richard de la, 
and his wife Sybilla de Dene, 13, 84. 

Cumberland churches, collection at lindfield 
on behalf of, 19, 43, 44. Royal letter 
commanding same, 44-46. 

Cumberland, William, duke of, medallion of 
and verses on, 8, 313, 314. 

Cumberland, duchess of, portrait, 25, 13. 

Cumbersome hill, manor of Brede, 14, 68. 

Cumbes, Augo, Hugh, Michael de, gift deeds 
witnessed by, 10, 113. 115. 116. 

Cumbes family of Norfolk, 24, 31, 32. See 
Combes. 

Cumbes, Sybilla wife of Sir Richard, 3, 50. 

Cumbwell abbey, founder of, value at dis- 
solution, &C, 9, 148. 

Cumin seed, rent paid in, 9, 20. 11, 27. 

Cumpton lajads, yearly value (1411) 10, 131. 

Cunningham, Peter, sketch of Bernard lintott 
by, 8, 276, 277. On Arthur's Club, 10, 
40 note, 

Cunobeline, coin of, 1, 31. 

Cups, silver, puzzle-cups, &c, exhibited at 
Chichester, 1853, 8, 312-31^. 

Cups found. See Amber cup." Chalice. 

Curate and his cat, 22, 171. 

Curdray, Jo. archd. of Lewes, 17, 104* 

Cure, Thomas, town seal cut at the cost of, 
22, 225. 

Curfew: no common woman to walk in 
Winchdsea after " ooverfeus,'* 8, 204. 
Still rung at Hastings, 204 note, and at 
Mayfield, 21, 19. Examples at Goodwood 
and elsewhere, 8, 307. Curfew bell, East- 
bourne and Hailsham, 14, 132. 

" Curiosities of Great Britain," tradition rela- 
tive to Sir John Jefferay from the, 14, 243. 

Curie, Ed w. overseer, Berwick, 19, 209, 210. 

Curlewes, Susanna, wife of John Rowe, the 
Lewes antiquary, 24, 87. 

Currer, Sackville, knighthood comp. 16, 46. 

Curtail, John, incumbent, Ninfield, 17, i6x. 

Cuxteis arms, inn sign, 10, 187. 



Curteis family, branch of the Whitfelds, re* 
presented by the, 19, 89. 

Curteis, Augustin, vicar, Eastbourne, 14, 130. 

Curteis, Major E. B. former owner of the seat 
now occupied by, 25, 31 note. 

Curteis, Cooitesse, Coorteys, Couertis, Couiteis, 
Courteys, Curteis, Curteys, Curtoys, Curtis, 
Richard, bishop of Chichester, result of the 
ultra-Proiestant zeal of, 3, 90. 17, 81. 
See Curteys. 

Curteis, Rev. W. cause of the sale of Burwash 
rectory house by, 21, 132. Advowson 
bought by, 135. 

Curtelinges, Robert, office and privileges con- 
ferred by Sele priory on, 10, 1 25, 1 26. 

Curteys, Richard, Bishop of Chichester 
1570-82: Notices of, by Sir Henry Ellis, 
K.H, F.S.A, 10, 53-58. Church prefer- 
ments previously held by him, 53. Elected 
to Chk:hester, arms granted to him, varia- 
tions in the name, 54. Commendations, 
consequences of his activity in church 
matters, 54-56. Accused of drunkenness : 
evades a delicate business, 55 note. In- 
ventory taken of his goods at his death, 
56, 57. Surreptitious removal of bedding, 
horses, &c, 58. Particulars from the Uni- 
versity register, ibid. 

Cuitmell, Curtmyll, Matthew, funeral debt 
due to Steyning church by, 8, 136. 137. 

Curtois, John de, Winchelsea, 23, 29. 

Curtreke, Thomas, 14, 147. 

Curver, John, of Sutton, royalist oomposidon 
paid by, 19, 94* 

Curzon family portraits, 25, 12-15. 

Curzoiu Hon. Robert, afterwards lord Zouche, 
8, 281 note. Antiquities, armour, plate, 
ivories, &c, exhibited at Chichester by, 281- 
283. 298. 299. 304. 310. 313. 3IS-3I7' 
See Zouche. 

Cushman, Walter, papist, misdeeds charged 
against, 4, 251-253. His presentation and 
reconciliation, 9, 2 1 7* 

Custumals: Pevensey, 4, 209-218. Hastings, 
14, 72-80. Custumals printed in Lyon's 
" Dover," 80. See Hastings. Pevensey. 

Customs comptrollers, Chichester (1335-1456) 
24, 64. 

Customs, manorial and tenantry. See South- 
ese. Tenantry. 

Custraplea furnace, 18, 15. 

Cutfield, William, property owned by, 12, 88. 
His shift for evaiiding the poor law, 88 note, 

Cuthburga, Ina's sister, 4, 76. Nunnery 
at Wimbum erected by her, 77. 

Cuthmann. See Saint Cuthman. 

Cuthred, king of Kent, 13, 35. 

Cutlers and Bellfounders Company's Book of 
Names and Ordinances, 16, 156, 159 notes, 

Cutteford, John, warden of Siackville college, 
20, 160. 



CUTTEN, 



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DALE. 



Catten, Mr, town derk of 8t I^mcras cor- 
poration, Chichester, 24, 138. 

Cutts, Henry, bequest to the good cross of 
Lymister by, 12, 94. 

Cutts, " my lady," registry entry, 24, 104. 

Cuverville tithes given to a monastery^ 

11, 52- 
Cyll, in Sussex place-names, 7, 5. 



Cymen the Saxon, and Cymensora or Cymen- 
sore, 4, 69. 7, 75. 15, 166. 167. 

Cymensbore, Ella's landing place, 3, 181. 

Cjrnocephali, or dog-beaded men, 4, 16. 

Cypenham, Jacob Bryant's " lodge" at, 10,39. 

Cyprus, exploits of Sir Robert de Tamefaam 
at, 9, 147. 148. 

Cyriacus, patriaxch of Constantinople, A, 8. 



D. 



Dabson, Mrs, diarist Marchant*8 fish-dealings 
with, 25, 167-169. 

Dachesham manse, license to krendlate, 13f 
112. 

Dacre, Anne, lady, almshouses or college 
founded by, 4, 158 noU. 20, 158. 

Dacre, dominus de, grant from Michelham 
priory to, 6, 147. 148. 

Dacre of Hurstmonceux, Francis lord, rent 
paid and lands held by, 24, 250, 251. 254. 
256. 

Dacre, Henry Brand Trevor, baron, acquisi- 
tion of Glynde by, 20, 68. 

Dacre, Henry Otway Trevor, baron, 24, 109 
note, 

Dacre, Margaret baroness, and her husband 
Sampson Lennard, Camden's eulogy on, 
4, 159. Alterations at Hurstmonceux on 
their marriage, 177. 179. 

Dacre, Richard Fienes, lord (in right of his 
^c) 4, 152. High offices held, and 
strange confession subsequently made by 
his successor, 153, 154. Testamentary 
directions and tomb of the latter, 154, 155. 
Description of the tomb, 191 -194. Trag^ical 
sto'ry of Thomas, third (Fienes) lord, 1 5 5- 1 58. 
187. Gregory, the last of the Fienes lords, 
158. Descent of the title and estates to the 
Lennards, 159. See Lennard. 

Dacre, Thomas, of Bailey park, in Cade's 
rising, 18, 18. 

Dacre, Thomas, eighth lord (according to Sir 
Harris Nicolas the ninth, but of the Fienes 
line the third) trial and execution of, by 
Mark Antony Lower, M.A, F.S.A, 19, 
170-179. Offence charged upon him and 
his associates, popular feeling, &c, 170, 
171. His ancestry ; castle built by one />f 
them, 171. Character and example of his 
grandfather, 172. Holinshed's account, 173, 
174. Official record of his indictment, 174- 

176, Jury of peers at his trial, 1 77. His pro- 
secutor, unpremeditatedness of his offence, 

177, 178. Locus in quo of the murder, 

178, 179. See 7, 67. 11, 63. 



Dacre, Thomas, lord (1866) family represented 

by, 18, 14. 
Dacre, Trevor lord, 5i 95 note, 
Dacre of Greystock and Gillesland, T^liam 

lord, 5, 189. 
Dacre family, Danny how acquired by the, 

11, 63. Same sold by them, 64. One of 
their hunting seats, ibid. Church patronage 
exercised by them, 75, 76. 

Dacre, lords, forges belonging to, 3, 241. 

Property at Broadhurst, 6, 140. Legacy 

of Sir G. Oxenbridge to one of them, 8f 

220. See 25, 107. 134. 
Dacre monument, Herstmonceux, 23> 166. 
Dacre portraits, 20, 68 note, 
Dacres of the South and Dactes of the North, 

4, 1 53. Hdress to the last lord Dacrp of 

the South, 20, 68 note, 
Daddesley, or Doddesley, James, presented to 

Hamsey vicarage, 17, 79. 100. 
Daddisham manor, yearly value, 10, 137. 
Dadington, damaged by hail, collection at 

Maresfield for, 21, 217. 
Daeth, Thos, Sussex rosids commr, 15, 146. 
DaffeU, Anthony, sergeant at mace, cinque 

ports, 12, 181. 
Dag, meaning of, 5, 58 note. 
Dagger of bronze found at Hove, 9^ 122. 
Dagnus, persecutor of SL Christopher, 4, 14. 

Miracle worked by the saint's blood on, 17. 
Dagworth, or Daggeworth, Thomas lord de. 

12, 35. Killed by treachery, parentage of 
his wife, her previous husband, &c, 35 note, 

Daintree, Mrs, token possessed by, 16, 310. 

Daintrey, Mr, Petworth, picturesque features 
of house of, 14, 20. 

Dairy, derivation of, 11, 109. 

Daker, Roger, king's escheator in Sussex, 12, 
30 note, 

D'Albini, see Albini. 

Dale, John, sub-prior of Bayham, 9, 165. 

Dale, John, vicar of Glynde, 20* 75. 

Dale, John, 25, 179. 

Dale, Rev. Joseph, extracts from church- 
wardens' accounts and other matters be- 



DALEHAMME. 



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DAMASCUS. 



lon^ng to the parish of Bolney, temp. Hen. 
VIII, 6, 344-253. On the South door of 
Bolney Church, 10, 59-62. 

Dalehamme, Joan, w^e of Thomas Hyke- 
man, 12, 37. 

Dak Piaurk, Madehurst, 18, 99. 

Dalisons, adoptkm of another man's bcass by 
the, 8, 20. 

Dalkeith, earl of, 15, 71. 

Dallaway and Cartwright's Sussex, 1, 3. See 
Cartwright Dallaway. 

Dallaway, Rev. James, Sussex historian, on 
St. Richard's will, 1, 164. 179 note. On 
the identity of king Alfred's Dene, 3, 19, 
30. Errors in his Lewknor pedigree, 90, 
91. Fact misapprehended by him, 5, 42. 
On the site of Harold's residence at Bos- 
ham, 8, 190. On a colossal head found 
there, 195. On Easeboume priory, 9, 2 
note, 32. On Calceto, Tortington, and 
Hardham priories, 11, 91. loi. 105. io6. 
109. 1 13. On the seduction and abduction 
of an abbess, 118. On the "Stane Street 
Causeway," 127-130. 145. A gravel error, 
144. On topics connected with Amberley, 
17, S04. 209. 227. 228. 229. 230. On 
Appledram salt works, 18, 85. Founda* 
tion of his history, 22, 11. On the re- 
building of Westboume church, 78. 81. 
His mistake relative to Simon de Wells, 
178. On South Bersted church, 24, 168. 
Roll of arms printed by him, 25, 89. See 
XOj 262. 213. 14, 3. 5. 6. 7. 18. 21, 33- 
41. 23, 129. 180. 185. 203. 204. 207. 

Dallender arms, formation of the name, Ac, 
6, 83, 84. 

Dallingridge, Bee Dalyngruge. 

Dallington chase, cause of the destruotioo of, 
2, 209. 

Dallington church, 2, 274. Pelham badges 
on, 3, 227. The church assigned to Theo- 
bald's prd>end, 13, 137. Priory owning the 
advowson, 156. Complaint against the 
vicar, 177. 

Dallington church bdls : verses and inscrip- 
tions, 16, 187. 206, 207. DoQor of a bell, 
1 88. Diameter and weight of tenor, 194. 

Dallington (Darlingtone) deanery, subsidy 
levy 00, 5, 242. 243. Arms quota of the 
deigy of, 11, 226. The dean and deanery^ 
who and what? 21, 131. 

Dallington, forges in, 3, 241. Forest, 15, 150.. 

Dallington parish (1649) valuation, 6, 58. 

Dallington, John, almoner, Battel abbey, 
possible mistake by, 17, 47 noie. 

Dallison, Thos, Sussex roads commr, 15, 146. 

Dally, Richard, first mayor of St Panctas, 
Cliichester, 24, 136. 

Dally, Richard, local guide books, &c, by, 18, 
87. 90. 09. 24, 166, 167, 168. 25, 121. 

DaUy, R, lord of Bognor manor, 25, 115. 



Daily's, Chichester, token payable at, 10, 207. 
Dalrymple, Sir David (Lord Hailes) on the 
, custom of MerchetOf 6, 168, 169. 
Dalrymple, James, Apsley heiress married by, 

13, 95. 

Dalston, Sir John, 19, 45. 

D' Alton on the origin of the Devenishes, 25, 
106. 

Dalton, John, rector of Racton (1403) 23, 15. 

Dal3mgruge, Dalengrudge, Dalingrudge, Dal- 
lingridge, Dallyngeregge, Dallyngrygge, 
Dalyngrcgge, Dalyngrigge, Dalyngrugge; 
monumental brass in Fletching church to 
Sir Walter, or Sir Roger, 2, 309-311. 4, 
232. 9, 287 note. 23, 158, 159. True 
origin of the family, pedigree, &c, 9, 286, 
287. Armoiial bearings, 298. 359. Yearly 
value of lands in Dalyng^regg (141 1) 10, 
135. The family cognizance as an inn 
sign, 11, 228. Property sold to or pos- 
sessed by the family, 17, 65 note, 24, 31. 
197. See 3, 93. 95. 11, 62. 16, 245. 
271. 20, 144. 24, 197 note. 

Dalynoruob, Sir Edward, builder of 
BoDiAM Castlb, Notices of, by Mark 
Antony Lower, M.A, F.S.A, 12, 221-231. 
Discovery of a mutilated effigy, report of 
Mr. W. S. Walford thereon, its vicissitudes, 
&C, 221-224. Career of Sir Edward: his 
services as a free lance, &c, 224-226. Li- 
censed to build his castle^ 226. Cause dUtre 
in which he was a witness, his deposition, 
&C, 2»7, 228, State matters confided to 
him: governor of the tower, 229. His 
marriage, issue, muniments relating to his 
family, their possessions, &c, 229-231. 

Dalyngruge, I^yngrudge, or Dalyngrigge, 
Sir Ednrard, husband of the Wardeux heiress, 
and builder of Bodiam castle, ftc, 9, 283. 
285 . 286. 288-29 1. Fish pond sold by Richard 
IL to, 17, 119. Charged with fortification 
of Dover castle, 124. His etBgy, 18, 71. 
Employment of John de Dallyngiygge 
under Edw. II, 6, 51. His grant to Mi- 
chelham priory, 136. Roger Dalyngrigg, 
sheriff of Sussex (1372) 9, 41. Sir John 
Dalyngruge or Dalengrudge (141 5-1 7) his 
will^ 9, 291. Princess escorted by him 
into Germany, 292. Not at Aginconrt, 
15, 126. Joan, wife of Sir John, yearly 
value of her manors, &c (141 1) lO, 141., 
John and William jurors in a proof-of-a.ge 
inquiry, 12, 25. Estates brought to them 
by marriage, 25, 26 uotes. 224. Office 
oonfeired on Richard Dalyngrigge, 18, 
148. Family possessions. 

Dam, Cinque ports men's piracies 00 the 
merchants of, 23, 31. 

Damartyn, Odo de, 10, 1K3. 

Damascus, John of, theological author, canon- 
ized, 1, i74«ote. 



PAMERIL. 



[no] 



DA.RBY. 



Dameril or Dumbrill, wfaich ? 25* 201 « 

Damctt's house,' Yarmouth, Cinque ports 
bailiffs' meeting at, 12f i6iS. 

Dammer, William, trade token of, 24, 133. 

Damport, Cheshire pronundation of Daven- 
port, 9,317 '«>'^- 

Damptford hundred, 23> a 10. Now un- 
known, 310 note. Called also Bosham and 
Winckford, 224, 225, 226. 

Damrell, John, armada contribution, 1, 33. 

Damvile, R, rector of Waldron, 13» 86. 

Damworth, 25, 175. 

Dandele, Hugh, land given to Dureford abbey 
by, 8, 69. 

Dandelot, Monsieur, Coligny's brother, im- 
prisoned for insulting the mass, 13» 184 
note. 

Dane, Richard, Fletching and Maresfield, 24, 
305. 313. 

Danebury hill, Hants, British pits on, 24, 
162. 

Danegeld, object of the tax so called ; period 
of its abolition, 9* 230. 

Danehill, chapel of ease at, 4, 334. District 
assigned to it, 335. Church bell, 16, 307. 
Stream, 350. See IB, 160. 

Danehill-Horsted-Keynes, and Danehill-Shef- 
field, manors of, successive owners of, 

4, 331. 

Danehurst, Danehill, Danes church yard, 
Danewood, Sussex localities identified with 
battles with the Danes, 23, 307-309. 

Danes, no English earthworks originated by 
the, 3y 177. Aethelstane's victory over them, 
4, 75, 1 03. Spoil ready to their hands, 
76. Their ravages, 78. Temporarily re- 
pelled from the southern provinces and from 
London, 79, 80. Their renewed attacks 
and enormous exactions, 80. Levy of the 
Danegeld, 83. Further about their sea- 
fights, 102. 103. Refuge sought by the 
natives during their irruptions, 6, 100. 
Comparative freedom of Sussex from in- 
vasion by the; their only Sussex settle- 
ment, 7, I. Places in the county retaining 
Danish names, 3. Reasons for their re- 
fraining from attacks on Sussex, 3-4. 
Tower built by them at Lewes, 21| 93. 

Dane's church yard, Ashdown Forest, 14, 60. 

** Danes' Holes," in Norfolk, 24, 156. 

Daniel-Tyssbn, Amherst, F.S.A, on the 
church bells of Sussex, 16, 138-333, See 

22, 53. 334* 
Dan iel-Tyssen, John Robert, F.S.A, on the 

Parliamentary Surveys of the county of 
Sussex, 23, 317-313- 24, 189-387. 25, 
189-387. On documents relating to Lewes 
priory, 25, 136-151. 

Daniels, old Hastings name of, 14, 86, See 
Danyel. 

D'Anisy, work on Domesday by, 10, 64 note. 



Dankeston, Thos. and wife, Midhurst, 20, 11. 
Dankeston, William, subsidy juror, 20, 7. 
Dann, Thomas, property in Hastings leased 
to, 14, 69. 

Danny, the *' happy mansion," 8, 365. 

Danny, Extracts from Manuscripts in 
possession of W. J. Campion, Esq. at, 10, i- 
33. Campion correspondence temp. Chas. 
I, 3-1 1. Relics of Sir Wm. Campion, por- 
trait of Charles I, &c, 1 3. First Courthope 
possessor of Danny, 13 note, Courthope 
correspondence (1658-73) 13-33. Occasion 
of Danny passing to the Campions, 33 
[See Campion, William. Courthope, Peter. 
(the son). Fairfax. Morley, Herbert. 
Nicholas, E. Ray. Willoughby.] 

Danny, Roman pavement found at, 10, 310. 

Danny, 11, 3. 63. Sold to the Gorings, 64. 
Description of the old house and park, 65, 
66. Site and date of the present edifice, 66. 
Bought by the Courthopes, 67. P^ses by 
marriage to the Campions, 69. Acreage of 
Danny lands, 75. Danny chancel in Hurst- 
pierpoint old church and its Pierpoint 
effigies, 76, 77. See 1, 10. 13, 13. 16, 
379. 19, 95. 100. 25, 163. 187. 190. 
193. See Hurstpierpoint. 

Danny pond, 25, 194. 

Dansey's Crusaders, references to the Pier- 
points and their cognizances in, 11, 54. 59. 

Dansy, Thomas, fined for not burying his 
wife in woollen, 13, 356, 357. 

Dansyes, French refugees in Rye, present re- 
presentative of the family, 13, 306. 

Dsinte's commendatory mention of Bede, 1, 
169 note. English theologians admitted 
into his Paradise, 174 note. Satirical lines 
on the monks, 3, 189, 190. Philip of France 
characterized, 9, 364. 

Danvers, Sir John, 19, 103. 

Danvers Robert, office conferred by Jack Cade 
on, 18, so. His civic and crown offices, 30. 

I^sinyel, John, prior of Lewes, career and 
character of, 3, 303. Involved in Cade's 
rising, 18, 18. 

Danyell, Richard, life pensioner, Calceto prioiy , 
11, 107. 

Danyell, Roger, prebend of, 13, 137, 138. 

Danyell, Thomas, indicted of treason, 18, so. 

Danyell, William, vicar of Seaford, 17, i6o. 

Dapifer, duties of a, 24, 187 ftote, 

Dapson, Mary, quakeress, 16, 178. 

D'Aranda, Paul, Sussex roads commissioner, 
15, 146. 

Darbie, John, bdl donor, 16, 189. 

Darbie, Michael, bellfounder, 16, 163 ». 164. 

lyArblay, Madame, and an Uckfield epitaph, 
12,1. 

Darby and Joan, 22, 171. 

Darby, George, priory bought by, 13, 160. 
Former owner of his estate, 25, 143 note. 



DARBY. 



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DAVYE. 



Darby, Rev. Jonathan, and Parson Darby's 
Hole, 14, 136. 17, 149. 

Darby, Mr, arrested for debt by diarist Turner, 
11, 197. 198. 

Darby, Mr, sepulchral slab in possession of, 
16, 294.396. 

Darcy, lord, lord-chamberlain to Edw. VI, 10, 
198. 199. 200. 204 note. 

Darcy, Penelope, daughter of lord Rivers, 
wife of Sir John Gage, 19, 115. Curious 
story of herself and her lovers, 24, 13. 

Darell arms, 13, 25. 

Darell, John, commissioner of Lewes levels 
(1421) 10, 95. 

Darell, Sir John, cinque ports baron, 15, 209. 
See Darrell. 

Darkin, 25, 178. 183. 184. 185. See Dorking. 

Darlington, W, last vicar cl Bargeham, 12, 83. 

D'Amay, Hubert I, II, and III, sires, genea- 
logical account of, abandonment of hb sur- 
name by the last, &c, 11, 70, 71. 

Darnell, counsel for the quakers, 16, 119. 

Damley, lord, property held by the ancestry 
of, 19, 27. 

" Damley Picture," engravings and original 
of the, 8, 320. . 

Darrel, East Grinstead M.P, 20, 154. 

Darrell crest, misapplied as an inn sig^, 10, 
188. 

Darrell, Christopher, why exempted from a 
wood-protecting enactment, 2, 191. 

Darrell, Harry, 7, 223. Site of " Harry Dar- 
relPs gate," iind note, 

Darrell, Ivo, Sde priory committed to the care 
of, 10, 108. 

Darrell, Thomas, and colleagues, indictment 
found before, 19, 175. See Darell. 

Darrington, H. cinque ports baron, 15, 193. 

Dartford, queen Elizabeth at, 5, 192. 

Dartmoor, celdc enclosures on, 9, 1 13. 

Dartmouth, notes on the defence of, 11, 156. 
157. 167. Attack on (1403) 12, 43 note. 

Dartmouth, earls of, Racton how acquired by 
the, 23, 12. 

Darvel forest, ancient iron works in, 15, 152. 

Darvel, William, deed witnessed by, 25, 137. 

Datchett, Bucks, collection at Maresfield for a 
resident of, 14, 152. 

Dates in Arabic numerals, earliest known, 25, 
123. 

Datian, Roman president of Spain, 16, 10. 
His cruelties towards St. Vincent, 11-13. 
His figure in the Westmeston church paint- 
ings, 14. i^. Inscription over it, 19. 

Daubenay, J, subsidy collector (1380) 24,67. 

Daubeny, Sir Giles, lord, probable gift to Sir 
D. Owen by, 7, 32 note. Tomb ordered. 
'' faoonned and formed " after his tomb, 33. 
See also 33 note. 

D'Aubigne, Madame de, her advice to her 
daughter, 11, 189. 



Dautre, Alice, yearly value of lands held by 
(141 1) 10, 136. 

Dautre, William, reasons for reinstating him 
in the commission of the peace, 2, 60. 

Dautry, Johanne, bequest to, 19, 64. 

Dautry, Mrs. and Sir Henry, g^ifts to Petworth 
poor by, 16, 37. See Dawtrey. 

''Davenant on the Colosslans" bequest of, 
12, 219. 

Davenport, Thomas de, gift oi land to, 
Thomas de Neuton, his daughter's hus- 
band by, 9, 316, 317. Further notices of 
the family, 317 note. 321. Reversion of the 
estates to the Davenports, 322. 

Davey, Dr, Suffolk antiquary, 19, 180. 

Davey, John, armada contribution, 1, 35. 

Davey, John, burial directions of, 12, 67. 

Davey, or Davy, Thomas, diarist Turner's 
outings, sermon readings, &c, with, 11, 189. 
192. 193. 194. 204. 206. Result of an 
ante-marriage indiscretion, 208. 

Davey, Walter, monumental brass, 18, loi* 

23, 173- 
Davey, W. H. incumbency held by, 18, 84. 
David, of Sele, monk and prior, 10, 113. 
128. 

David, Dom. precentor, Arundel college, 11, 
106. 

Davie, William, armada contribution, 1, 36. 

Davies, Edmond, churchwarden (16 16) of 
South Bersted, 24, 172. 

Davies, General, result of an excavation at the 
suggestion of, 14, 60. On the Sussex 
sites of battles with the Danes, 23, 207-209. 

Davie-s, Miss, governess to Princess Victoria, 
21, 23. 

Davies, Mrs, drawings of Sussex mansions 
exhibited by, 81 323, 324. Engravings 
from drawings by, 10, 153, 162 note, 

Davies, Richard, vicar of Westboume: re- 
gister entry of his burial, 22, 109. 

Davies, Rev. Thomas, vicar of Glynde (1770) 
perambulation of his parish ** with divers of 
his parishioners " 20, 47, 48. His induc- 
tion, 75. His entry in the register on the 
completion of the present church, 80, 81. 
Inscriptions to himself and wife, 89. An 
exemplary keeper of the registers, 24, 100. 

Davis, Hewitt, flint flake discovery by, 19, 53. 

Davis, J. B. Bognor guidebook by, 18, 87. 

Davis, John, incumboit, Hamsey, 17, 100. 

Davis, John, lands, &c, held by, 25, 48. 

Davis, Mr, 25, 171. 

Davis, alias King, Mary, the ** travelling 
woman," 25, 181. 

Davy, Sir Humphrey, 18, 99. 

Davy, John, an esquire, at Agincourt, 15, 
130. Had letters of safe conduct, 133. 

Davy, Richard, mayor of Winchelsea, 23, 33. 

Davy, Thomas, Ashdown forest, 14, 51. 

Davye, Thomas, Hastings, 14, 96. 



DAVY. 



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DECORATIVE. 



Davy, William, deed witnessed by, 25, 145. 

Daw, Thomas, a one-legged man with a 
blind wife, a politic parish arrangement 
with, 11, 193. 

Dawe, Robert, Joint patron of Bersted and Pag- 
ham, 25, 123. 

Dawe, William, bell-donor, 16, 189. 

Dawe, see Tipper and Dawe. 

Dawes, E. N, information furnished by, 10, 
93 note, 

Dawes, Thomas, executor and residuary lega- 
tee to the chantry priest of Crawley, 3, 1 16. 

Dawes, W. (not Dan) parliamentary surveys 
subscribed by, 23, 245. 250. 254. 257. 261. 
264. 368. 271. 274. 

Dawkes, Catherine, collection for, 19, 47. 

Dawke3mes, W, spurious pedigree-monger, 
punbhment inflicted on, 25, 90 note, 

Dawkins, Henry, collection for, 19, 47. 

Da WKINS, William Boto, B.A, F.G.S, &c: 
on a Romano-British cemetery and a Roman 
camp, at Hardham, 16, 52-64. On flint 
implements found at Hollingbury, 24, 152. 
See Hardham. See also 18, 165. 

Dawlyn, John, rector of Westboume, 22, loi. 

Dawnay, Henry, D.D, rector of Westboume, 
22, 105. 

Dawtre, Dawtree, Dawtrey, Dawtrie, Dawtxy 
Cde-'hault^reyJ family, perpetuation of the 
old Percy arms by the, 6, 76. Priory 
founded by them, 11, 112. Orig^ of the 
family, 14, 18. Ldand on the division of 
their estate, 19. 20. Their ancient seat, 16, 
291. Derivation of the name, 17, 191. 
Monuments and brasses, 23, 143. 172. 
See 16, 257. 

Dawtre, Catherine, collection for, 22, 92. 

Dawtrey, Isabel, wife of John, 19, 64. 

Dawtrey, or Dawtree, Sir John ; favour granted 
by him and " Master Palmer'* to Lord De 
la Warr, 7, 218. His report on Dureford 
abbey, 224. ^ee 15, 104. 

Dawtrey, Susan, certificated for the royal 
touch, 25, 209. 

Dawtrey (de hauU reyj W, 11, 102. 103. 114. 

Dawtrie, William, manorial tenements be- 
longing to, 9, 226. 

Dawtry, Thomas, ** fether bed, pylous " &c, 
bequeathed to (1550) 13^ 53. 

Dawtrye, John, and others, grain enquiry 
commission entrusted to, 23> 4. 

Dawtrye, see Dautre. Dautrey. 

Day, Ansell, 9, 183. 

Day, George, bishop of Chichester, a sturdy 
opponent of the reformation, 4, 245. Course 
taken with regard to him, 245 note. Be- 
quests by him, 17» 215 note. Number 
relieved one Holy Thursday by him as'giand 
almoner to Queen Maiy, 25, 206. 

Day,' John, property in Chiddingly of, 9, 36 
note. 



Day, John, premium paid with a parish ap- 
prentice to, 20, 103. 

Day, John, part-helper in the escape of Chas. 
II, 23, 9. 

Day, Jotm, manor owned by, 25, i la 

Day, Richard, marriage entry of, 14, 246. 

Day, Robert, Flctching, 24, 304. Present 
representatives of the family, 204 note. 

Day, Thomas and John, 14, 230., Property 
once held by the family, 233. 

Day, William Ansell, ancient MSS. com- 
municated by, 18, 14. 196, 197. Ad- 
ditional notes on Mayfield, 21, 20-23. 

Daye, Thos, knighthood composition, 16, 49. 

Deacon, vinnngful administration of the sa- 
crament by a, 2, 115. 

Dean, origin, &c, of the office of, 17» 35. 

Dean, E^ and West, 18, 92. See East 
Dean. West Dean. 

Dean, free chapel, crown presentations to, 21, 

S5» 56. 
Deandeniers, 10, 119. 

Deanhouse, 25, 183. 

Dean hundred, query relative to, 11, 329. 
Deane manor, 12, 29 note. See Dene. 
Whalesbone* 

Dean land, manor of, 14, 217. 

Deane, Anthony, fraud attempted by, 19t 97- 

Deane, Sir John, founder of Witton grammar 
school, " barring out *' liberty given to the 
scholars by, 9, 185. Indulgence granted 
to the master, 195, 196. 

Deane, Ralph de, arms borne by, 6, 81. Com- 
mon ancestor of this and other families 
bearing the same arms, ibid. 

Deane, Mr, letter from S. Jeake to, 13» 66. - 

Deane, Roger, of Waldron, 14, 221. 

Deane, William, cottage, &c. of, an encroach- 
ment, 23, 301. 

Deane's lodge, Ashdown forest, 14, 51. 

Deane's place manor, 14, 51. 24, 220. 

Dear, Rev. W. S, explanation of bell-inscrip- 
tion by, 16, 153 note. 

Death, a moralizing reflection on, 2, 109. 
Tax levied on the event (1697) 3* 132 n. 

Death omens, clock striking twice, crickets, 
&c, 9, 191. A " testimony " and its fulfil- 
ment, 200. 203. 

Deaths by accidents at Seaford, 12, 223. At 
Maresfield, 14, 151. 

Death-sentences for sea-murders, 4, 107. 
Saxon law thereon, 210. According to 
Pevensey custumal, 213. 217. 

De Aula, see Atte Hall. 

De Badlesmere see Badlesmere. 

Debell, or Dobell, Dr, of Bamham, 24, 79 n. 

De Bissd, floriated slab, 15, 39. 

Decenners, or Dozeners, 2, 42 note. 

Decuman gate, Pfcvensey, 6, 267. 

Decorative tiles found at Keymer, 18, 189. 
5ee Keymer. 



Dfi CLARE. 



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D£ LISLE. 



De Clare. See Clare. 

Dcdelyng manor, yearly value (141 1) 10» 133. 

Dedication festivals in old times, 1, 93 note. 

Dedications of the Churches and Chapels 
now existing in the Rapes of Chichester, 
Arundel, and Bramber, as well as of the 
Shrines and Chauntries formerly existing 
in such religious edifices, &c, by Charles 
Gibbon, Richmond Herald, 12, 61-111. 
Difficulties in the way, limited information 
afforded by the usual sources available; 
researches amone the Chichester diocesan 
archives, &c, 61-04. Pecuniary obstacles in 
the London Probate court, 65. Range of 
the episcopal registers, 65, 66. Acknow- 
ledgments of courtesies rendered, 66. 
Churches alphabetically set out : Chichester 
rape, 67-83. Arundel rape, 83-104. Bram- 
ber rape, 104- 11 1. 

Dee, Mr, 25, 196. 

Deeds, Julius, excepted against as a cinque 
ports baron, 15, 193. Serves afterwards as 
one, 303. 307. 309. 

Deer parks attached to episcopal palaces, 2, 
333. Mr E. P. Shirley's book on the sub- 
ject, 20, 333. 

Deer stealers in the 13th and 14th centuries, 
17, 119. 1 30. 

Deer of Ashdowne forest, last of the, 23, 301. 

De Exaquio, or I'Essay, Boxgrove priory sub- 
ordinate to the abbey of, 15, 84. Rights 
reserved to its abbots and monks, 87. 
Benefactions of Robert de Haia, Robert de 
St. John, and William second earl of Arun- 
del, 88. 91. 99. 

Defence of Sussex and the South Coast 
from invasion, considered by queen Eliza- 
beth's privy councillors, A.D. 1596. By 
W. H. Blaauw, F.S.A, 11, 147-170. 
Liability of the county to sudden attacks, 
vigilance aroused by the enmity and 
attitude of Spain, 147. Report made, allot- 
ment of ordnance, ammunition, cost, &c, 
to the six south coast counties, 148, 149. 
Statement of the condition, wants, &c, of 
the coast, 150-153. Opinions of Lords 
Burleigh, Essex, Willoughy, Sir W. Raleigh, 
and other famous men, 153-168. Dicta of 
James Colbrond, a Sussex deputy lieutenant, 
168-170. 

De Flothe, bellfounder, 16, 196. 

Defoe'e description of Lewes and its environs, 

I, 88 note. On Sussex roads, 5, 194 note. 
19, 160. Absurd assertion of, 7, 333. 
Origin of his story of Mrs. Veal's ghost, 

II, 309 note. His account of the 1703 
storm, 20, 204. 

Defovule, M. John, refugee minister, 13, iq6. 
Degates (or Dogates) William, 25, 44. 4^ 
D^here, or Dyghar, Adam, M;P. for Chi- 
chester, 24, 68 noU, ' 



De Glynde, arms of, 20, 64. 

De Haia, de Haye, or de la Hay, Sir John^ 
benefactor to Michdham priory, 6, 134. 
Matilda, 10, 11 3. Robert, founder of Box- 
grove priory, 15, 83. 88. 93. " Uncle to 
the Conqueror," his descendants, &c, 84. 
His^nly child and her husband, 87. 90. 
See Hay. 

De la Beche, Sir Henry, gold found in Eng* 
land by, 2, 1 76. 

De la Beche, Nicholas, 13, 90. Governor of 
the Tower, &c, 91. Property held by him 
and wife, no. Curious duty put upon him ; 
disgraced, reinstated, &c, 14, 315. Rape 
of his wife, 15, x8. 

De la Beech, William, 15, 96. 

De la Chambre (now Chambers) family, notice 
of the, 13, 258. 14, 133. 313. 313. 

De la Hay, see De Haia. 

De la Lyndes, identity of the Ds^lingridges with 
the, 6, 83. See Lynde. 

Delamare, John, an esquire at Agincourt, 
15, 130. 

De la Mare, Peter, rector of Streat, 25, 134. 

Delamare, or De la Mere, Walter, fatal hunt- 
ing adventure of, 17, I3i. 25, 8o. 

De la Mares and Fitz Normans, probable 
common origin of the, 24, 37. 

De la Pole, Katherine, abbess of Barking, 18, 
18 note. 

De la Pole's house at Hull, 4, 168. 

De la Pryme's diary, extract from, 14, 109. 

Ddater, Jane, sister of St. Mary's hospital, 
Chichester, 24, 54. 

De la Ware Badge, M. A. Lower on the, 
3, 311. How won, 313. Heraldic par- 
ticulars, 330, 331. 

De la Warr, Ann, Lady, burial entry of, 4, 

ass- 

Delawarr, George John, earl (ob. 1869) 2, 1 1 
note. Co-rebuilder of Sackville college 
chapel, 20, 156. 

De la Warr, lord and lady, with princess 
Victoria at Maytield, 21, 31-33. 

Delaware (De la Warr) Thos, lord, yearly 
value (141 1) of the manors, lands, &c, of, 
10, 141. " Pretty house beside Chichester" 
of the family, 303. 

De la Warr, lords and earls, 14, 61. 157. 

15, 79. 16, 155 note. 344. 351. Posses- 
sors of Isfield, 18, 134. 24, i. 

De la Warr and West, arms in Echingham 

church, 9, 354. 
De la Warr, see La Warr. West. 
Delcroun, Henry, an esquire at Agincourt, 

16, 130. 
Delf-digging, 6, 346, and note. 
Delisle, Leopold, on windmills, 5, 373. 

De Lisle, lord, deeds relating to Robertsbridge 
abbey preserved by, 8, 141. Shelley- 
Sidneys lords De I'Isle and Dudley, 24, 9. 



BELL. 



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BENTON. 



Dell mouth, coast defences at, 11, 150. 
Dell quay, Chichester, 16, 262. 18, 74. 
Delve family, Chiddingly, 14, 246. Memorial 

to one of the, 21, 192. 
Delve, Thomas, of ** littyl Horsted," will of, 

21t 200. Status of the family, 201. 
Delves, Elizabeth, descendant of the Stapleys, 

monument to, 23, 45. 
Delves, John, and the quakers, 16, 85. 87. 
Delves, Mr, minister, Ninfield, his gifts to the 

church, 17, 61. 
Delves, Nicholas, M.P. for Hastings, 5, 104. 
Delves, Thomas, minister of Bexhill, Anne 

Carr's encomium on, and legacies to, 21, 

143, 144. 
Delves, William, rector of Waldron, and vicar 

of Frant, 13, 86. 99. 
Delves, William, Marcsfield, 24, 208. Wil- 
liam, of the Rocks, arms of, 25, 95. 
De Lyon, of Shipley, 25, 104. 
De Montfort, see Montfort 
Derif denOf meaning of, 6, 1 5 2. Den or Dean, 

in Sussex place-names, 7, 8. 14. 
Den, Anfr. de, and associates, Winchelsea, 

royal orders to. 23, 23. 29. 
DenarcUa, explanation of, 9, 172 w>U. 
Denchered land, 2, 122. 
Dendy, George, Russo-Greek diptych exhibited 

by, 8, 301. 
Dene, Edward, prior of Calceto, 11, 108. 
Dene, Ela de, patroness of Begham abbey, 9, 

147 note. See Dene, Hela de. 
Dene, Gilbert and Richard de la, benefactors 

to Dureford abbey, 8, 65. 
Dene, Hela de, and her husband Jordan de 

Sackville, 13, 84, 85. 
Dene, Humphrey le, protecting order from K. 

John to, 3, 2. 
Dene, Peter de, presentation, 17, 105. 
Dene, Ralph de, and his son Robert, founders, 

&c, of Otteham abbey, 5, 156. 157. 161. 

165. 167. 175. Use of aifreUycoat by,&c, 

10, 64-66. 
Dene, Ralph de, and his coheiresses, 13, 34. 
Dene, Richard atte, yearly value of lands held 

by, 10, 143. 
Dene, Robert de, and Sybill his wife, grant of 

Waldeme rectory by, 13, 83. 90. Robert, 

thdr grandson, 84. 
Dene,Sybilla de, wife of Richard de la Cumbe, 

Sybilla de Icklesham's complaint against, 

13, 84. 
Denesend, W. de, deed witnessed by, 25, 145. 
Dengemaries, Kent, Battel abbey privileges at, 

17, 40. 

Denham, Mr, Cowdray, murder of, 15, 69. 
70. 

Denham, Rev. Mr, 25, 173. 

Denham, Thomas, rector of Hollington, sub- 
stitute for the original, memorial slab of, 
21, I4S- 



Denis, George, mansion built by, marriages of 

his heiress, &c 20, 15 note. 
Denne, John de, deputy to the king's butler, 

6, 45. 
Denne, right of granted by Edw. Conf. 12, 162. 

Dennett, derivation of the name of, 6, 82 note. 
How formerly spelt, 83 note. 

Dennett, John, raring of the mansion of, 
2, 116. Further particulars, ibid note. 

Dennett, John, husband of one of the Ham- 
lyn coheiresses, 19, 48 note. 

Dennett, Mr, of Bolney, 25, 175. 

Dennis, Rev. R. N, rector. East Blatchington, 
inscriptions communicated by, 13, 302. 
Urns f9und in the church by, 309. 21, 203. 

Dennis, Sir Thomas, priory site granted to, 
23, 125. 

Dennison, Mr Justice, at Halland, 11, 192. 

Denny, Anne, married to Geo. Goring, 13f 25. 

Denny, Edw, first and last earl of Norwich of 
that name, 11, 66. 

Denny, W. parliamentary surveyor, 24, 218. 

Denot (not Devot) Peter, emblematic brass to, 
4, 233. 23. 159. 24, 300. 5ff Dynot. 

Dens, William, a bigamous vicar, 3, 47. 

Denshert meaning of, 24, 230 note. See 
Denchered. 

Denshies cottage on the wastes, 12* 50. 

Densworth in Funtington.Romam Sepul- 
chral REMAINS lately discovered at, by 
Rev. Henry Smith, M.A, 10, 168-180. Bath, 
pavements, intrenchments, &c, found in the 
vicinity of Chichester, 169. Course, extent, 
plan, section, &c, of ramparts, ditches, banks, 
&c, in same district, 1 69- 172. Discovery of 
the first cist, glass vessels, &c, found in it, 
172-174. Further excavations, remains of 
building, Purbeck slab, and enclosures, 
figures of sanie, inventory of their con- 
tents, &c, 174-176. Find of a second cist, 
perfect urn, irgn remains, &c, 176, 177. 
Concluding labours, coin found, date settled 
thereby, &c, promise of further finds, &c, 1 78, 

179. Cognate discoveries elsewhere, 179, 

180. See 2, 57, 58. Prehistoric burial. 
Dente, Henry, his deposition in the Dureford 

abbey inquiry, 7, 226. 

Denton Church and Rectory; valuation, 
number of communicants, visitation reports 
on the edifice and its furniture, &c, at suc- 
cessive dates, 9, 96, 97. Dedication, architec- 
tural history, font, founder's monument, &c, 
97, 98. Parson's arms quota, 11, 227. 
Crown presentation, 12, 257. Font, 13» 
4. Church bells, 16, 207. Topography, 
284. Yearly value of lands, &c. (1649) 
19, 208. 

Denton, in relation to Beddingham, 21, 26, 27, 
28. Crown presentation to the living, 52. 

Denton, Edw, incumbent, Ditchling, 13, 259. 

Denton, John de, presentations, 17i 105. 



DfiXTON. 



["5] 



DEVENISH. 



Denton, Margaret, settlement on the marriage 
of, 12, 52 Tiote. 

Denys, Roger, bequest by SirD. Owen to, 7, 40. 
One of Sir David's executors, 43. See 40 n. 

Dcnys, Roger, " commyssioner for practysing 
of the kyngc*s subsidies," 20, 15. 

Deonatus, Dionote, Dionetbus, father of St 
Ursula, 4, 8. 11. 12. 

" Deorne," see " Deme." 

Depemarsh, or New Broyle, purchased by 
bishop Nevill, 3, 55. Difficulties about 
the deeds, 56. 58, 59. Timber purchases, 
62.63.65. Projected perambulation, 70,71. 

Depford, Thomas, monk of Bayham abbey, 9, 
168. 170. 

De pro/undiSf the, not a mass, 9. 367. 

Djptford, Premonstratensian fraternity at, 5, 
161. 164. 

Diptford, Brockley in, see Brockley. 

De Putron, Rev. P. on burial in woollen, 18| 
190.193. 

** Der Reisende Jacob,*' Danish ship, boarded 
by Sussex pirates, 10, 89. 

Derby ale at Pimlico, a playwright's allusion 
to, 23. 55- 

D«:rby herald, annuity to (141 1) 10, 134. 

D^rby, Anne countess of, 17, 79. 

Derby, earl of, forges belonging to, 3, 242. 
Number of servants kept by, 7, 1 74. Sub- 
ject of pictures given to the duke of Rich- 
mond by, 15, 108. See 25, 80. 87. 

Derby, Edward earl of, one of the jurors on 
lord Dacre's trial, 19, 177. 

I^crby, John de, office gaanted to, his wages, 
&Cy 1*6, 345. 18, 146. 

Derby, Mary Morley, countess of, her chari- 
ties, &c, 5, 47 note. 9, 226. 

Derby, Richard de, incumbent. East Grinstead, 
20, 147- 

Derby, Robert de, presentation, 17, 105. 

Derby, Sir Simon de, infidelities of the wife of, 
6, 123. 125. See Neirford. 

Derbye, Matilda de, benefactor to [Dureford 
abbey, 8, 68. 

Derbyshire, number of Borough English 
manors in, 6, 174. Peculiar appearance 
of the earth on the sites of ancient inter- 
ments in, 22, 69. 

D^reCourt manor, yearly value(i4i i) 10, 135. 

Derham, Rev. Dr. Wm. 10, 28 note, 32. His 
estimate of John Ray, $3. On the 1703 
storm, 16, 307, 308. 

Dcring, Sir Edward, bart, manuscript from 
the collection of, 4, 209. Sussex MSS. pos- 
sessed by, 9, 153. 278. 

Deme, or Deortie, derivation and meaning of, 
8, 158 note, 14, 210. 214 note, 

Deme Wood, mine pits at, 14, 230. 

Dw-rtmouth, John, abbot of Battel, 17, 46. 

Dertmouth, Richard, abbot of Battel, involved 
in Cade's rising, 18, 18. 



Derval castle, Bodiam modelled from, 9, 289. 

Dervell, see Dewell. 

De St. Croix, see St. Croix. 

De Say family, origin and first notice of the, 

17, 72. Site of their castle or mansion, 74. 

The De Say tomb and question relative 

thereto, 95, 96. 25, 227. 
De Say, Elizabeth, and her two husbands, 17, 

74. Feoffment made by herself and first 

husband, 75. Inquisition on her death, 

ibid, 
De Say, Geoffrey, distinguished honour shared 

by, 17, 72, 73. Expedition joined in by 

Gtofkey, his grandson, 75. 
De Say, Idonia, or Ydonia, 17, 75. 84. 
De Say, Joan, wife of W. dc Fiennes, 17, 75. 
De Say, John, of Risbrigg, the king's writ 

impeded by, 17, 72. Property held by an- 
other John, 74. 
De Say, Maud, her request to the Black Friars, 

and directions for her burial, 17, 73. 
De Say, Picot, of Shropshire, 17, 72. 
De Say, William, the first connected with 

Sussex, 17, 72. Another William at the 

battle of Lewes, 73. William, his son, Hid, 

William, son of Maud, 73, 74. 
De Say, see 15, 162. See also Say. 
Desbois, see Chesnaye-Desbois. 
Desbovery (Bou verie) Jacob, cinque ports baron, 

15, 210. 
Descents of copyholds to younger sons, 6, 164- 

167. See Borough English. 
Despencers and Burghershes, geneaological 

particulars, 21, 128. 
Deispenser, Hugh le, 2, 27. 97. 3, 12. 39. 

Hb marriage and ultimate fate, 6, 120. 

Reversion grranted to, 18, 145. 
Despenser, lady, red worsted bequest by, 9y 

II note, 
Despenser, lord, beauties of the seat of, 11, 21 2. 
Despenser, Thomas lord, custodian dt the 

estate of, 12, 230. 
De Sessinghams, ancient possessions of the, 

15, 159. 
Detheycke (Dethick) Gilbert, Garter: arms 

granted by ; to bishop Curteys, 10, 54. to 

East Grinstead, 22, 225. 
Dethicke, William, York herald, Whitfeld pedi- 
gree certified by, 19, 86. 
Devall, Drew, copyholder, Hartfield, 24, 20a. 

215. Probable origin of and variations in 

the name, 215 note, 
Deve, John, vicar of Rye, 13, 271. 
Devenish, Anthony, bequest of a " chamlett 
jackett " to, 4, 205. Royal ancestor claimed 

by the fomily, 206. 
Devenish, John, trade token, 24, 134. 
Devenish, Mr, of Chichester, 12, 202. 
Devenish, Sir William, 19, 104 note. 
Devenish, extinct Sussex family, their descent, 
seats, intermarriages, &c, 25, 106. 107, 



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DIDO S. 



Deyenish, or Devenyshe fiamilyi Chiddingly, 
property of, 14, 217. 224. 233. In litiga- 
tion, 234, 235. 

Devenysh, Richard and Faith, and the Oxen- 
bridges, 8, 219. 223. 

Devenyshe, or Devenish, William, manorial 
freeholder of Halnaker and Bozgrove, 9, 
223. 225. 

Devenyshe family connected with Westbourne, 
22,88. 

De Vere, families adopting the arms of, 6, 

75. 76. 
Devereux, Anne, third wife of Sir D. Owen, 

7, 27. 34. 36. 37 note, 3(^. Horses bequeathed 

to her, 42. 
Devereux, John,*defensive work committed to, 

17, 124. 
Devereux, Richard, commissioner of suppressed 

monasteries, his prayer for a share of the 

spoils, 7, 227. 
Deverwyk (Vork) duke of , 'gift of, at Agincourt, 

15, 134. 

Devet, R, an esquire at Agincourt, 15, 130. 
Devil, legend of St. Dunstan and the, 2, 223. 

13, 221. 222. 227* 
Devil's dyke (Po3mings) earthworks, 3. 174. 

Portus Adumi via, 14, 178. See 13, 222. 

16. "^SB- 15*- 

Devil's looking glass, 15, 156 note, 

Devon, Courtenay, earl of (1553) targ^ of, 8, 
316. His arms at Etchingham, 9, 357. 

Devon, Frederic, record keeper, letters of 
Edward Prince|of Wales (Ed. II.) discovered 
by, 2, 80. 

Devon, Humphrey Stafford, earl of, why be- 
headed, 2, 164. Error of Dugdale, ibid, 

Devotiishe, William, presented to East Grin- 
stead by Anne of Cleves, 20, 146, 147. 

Devonshire, decay of cloth weaving in, 1, 125. 
Number of Borough English manors in, 
6, 174. Provision for ddfence of, 11, 148. 
149. 162. Towns with traders* tokens, 174. 
Roman mineworks in, 16, 52. Rifled of its 
church' bells, 155. 

Devonshire, duke of, patron of Rye, 13, 276. 
His Eastbourne property, 14, 122, 123. 
Endelenewick rents paid by, 14, 263. 24, 
220. Devonshire, Wm. duke of, hunting 
exploit while marquis of Hartington, 15. 78. 

Devonshire, John, presentation, 17, 107. 

Devot, Peter. See Denot. 

De Warenne chequy in architecture, query 
concerning the, 14, 268. See Warenne. 

Dewe, W, Sussex roads commr, 15, 146. 

Dewell (not Dervell, as in vol. xxiii, p. 245) 
parliamentary surveys subscribed by, 23, 
245. 250. 254. 257. 261. 264. 268. 271. 274. 
24, 218. 

D'Ewes, Sir Simonds, office held, jointly with 
Selden, by, 5, 80. Sdden characterized by 
him, ibid note. 



Dewsbury church, Yorkshire, Warren arms in 

a window of, 11, 61. 
Deye, John, warden of St Bartholomew's, 

Ryci 17, 136. 
De3mcourt, family, lords of Berwick, 6, 226. 
De3me, Thomas, burial direction of, 12, 108. 
Deywereis of land, 9, 157. Probable meaning 

of, ibid note. 
D'Haranda, P, justice of the peace, 20, 100. 
Diamond, the smuggler, 10, 86. 
Diamond, Henry, fined for swearing, 20, 109. 
Diamond, Dr. Hugh Welch, F.SA, illuminated 

charter possessed by, 6, 69. Worth church 

from a photograph by, 8, 235. His "skill in 

this new art,'* 238. See 24, 123 note, 
Diana, possible remains of the cuUus of, 15, 

162 note. 
Diaries, or Journals : see Burrdl, Timothy. 

Gale family. Gale, Walter. Marchant, 

Thomas. Moore, Giles. Stapley, Richard. 

Sussex gentleman. Turner, Thomas. 
Dicelings, see Ditchling. 
Dichenyng manor, yearly value (1411) 10, 

132. 5ee Ditchling. 
Dickenson's (should be Dickenson Rastell's) 

" Southwell church," account of an ancho- 

ritess in, 12, 125. 
Dickenson, ** Mr Doctor,** arms quota, 11, 226. 
Dicker, common known by the name of the, 

6, 151. Formerly Dyker Waste, in Chid- 

dingly, 14, 213. 233. 235. 236. Possible 

derivation of the word, 2341 Mortality 

upon the Dicker, 247. See 25, 184. 
Dicker church bell, 16, 207. Inclosure 

act, 279. 
Dicker, Hamilton, Esq, on Chalvington 

church, 2, 285-287. Observations on this 

paper by the rector, 25, 228. 
Dicker, Richard, in Guildford gaol, 12, 28. 
Dickerj Thomas, on Sir Thomas Heneage's 

prayer book, 13, 3'i?-3»S* *« I^j **3' 
Dicker, William at, 14, 212, 213. 
Dicker, William, paid for " hunting an otter 

out of the fish ponds," 20, 51. 
Dickin, Mary, widow, Maresfield, 24, 208. 
Dickins, Charles, condition of his g^rand- 

father*s bequest to, 8, 11. See Scrase. 
Dickson, Henry Walthen, M.A, curate of 

Westbourne, subsequent preferment held by, 

22, 115. 
Dicton, Walter de, Battel abbey, 17, 36. 
Dicul, Irish monk, establbhment of secular 

canons at Bosham, under, 8, 189. Limited 

extent of his labours, 189, 190. See 16, 

263. 18, 5. 
Didling, and Trayf ord cum Didling, dedication 

of churches of, 12, 69. 79. Benefice vested 

in Boxgrove priory, 15, 100. Church bell, 

16, 207. 
Dido's feat at Carthage, legendary parallel in 

Sussex to, 9, 278 note. See 14, 234.' 



DIDRON, 



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DITCHLIXG. 



Didron, 22, 142. 143. 

Dieppe, slaughter of protestants at, 13, i8l. 
Ceded to England by treaty, 181. Escapes 
of its protestant inhabitants to Rye, 183. 
187. 190. 191. Surrender of the town, 183. 
Montmorency's promise to the inhabi- 
tants, 185. 186. 190 note. Refugees from 
the town in Rye in 1572, 195. 196. 197. 
Situation of Hastings in regard to, 14, 93. 

Di>5 jC»recaruv^ explanation of, 17, 27. 

Diet and disease in old time, 11, 4. 

DiffinUio, use and meaning of, 8, 90. 

Digby, Sir Kendm, 5, 59 note. 18, 171. 
Entry in Rye passage book, 1 74. 

Digby, Sir Thomas, occasion of the knight- 
hood of, 24, 2 1. 

Diggens, Charles, runs for a wager, 11, 192. 

Diggens, John, mayor of and IH.P. for Chi- 
Chester, 23, 146. 

Digginson, Leonard, knighthood composition, 
16, 48. 

Dighton, Wm, questman, Hastings, 14, 95. 

Dike, Daniel, Maresfield, 24, 209. 

Dike, Thomas, and the quakers, 16, 80. 

Dike, Wm. vicar, arms quota of, 11, 227. 

Dike, xe Dyke. 

Dikes* lands in Petworth, 14, 19. 

Diksterbe manor, yearly value (14 11) 10, 145. 

Dilgett, Daniel, annuity bequeathed by his 
master to, 8, 221. 

Dill (or Dell) hundred^ Chiddingly, query 
relative to, 11, 229. Knighthood compo- 
sitions, 16, 48. Parishes comprised in it, 
24, 222 note. See 14, 207. 24, 218. 

Dillard, M, Bellencombre castle bought and 
destroyed by, 3, 30, 31. 33. 

Dillingham, Dr, latin life of Sir Walter Mild- 
may by, 10, 27 note. 

Dimbleby, Wm, vicar, arms quota of, 11, 225. 

Dimock's manor, in Ditchling, 13, 248, 249 
note. Probable origin of the name, 248 n. 

Dinan and Belisle, treatment of English cap- 
tives at, 4, 272. 

Dine, William, poetical parish clerk, Chid- 
dingly* 14, 252. 

Dineslee, See Dynesley. 

Dingley, John, Aldwick manor conveyed to, 
19, 112 note. Dingley, Sir John, rights 
claimed by, 25, 116. 117. 

Dingley's " History from Marble," correction 
of Berry's Sussex genealogies by, 22, 231. 
See 23, 129. 131. 24, 299. 

Dinner, ceremonial observances at, in a 
nobleman's house (i6th cent.) 7, I77-I79- 
210, 211. 

Dinton, Wiltshire, rectory and burial place of 
Rev. W. Haslcdine, 23, 203. 

Diocletian's persecuting agent in Spain, 16, 
10. See Datian. 

Diodorus Siculus on the Cornwall mines, 2, 26 1. 

Diota (two handled glass vase) found, 10, 1 79. 



Diozsan, ''the venerable man" gives eighteen 
manors to found a monastery, 8, 183. 

Diplock, John, Mayfield, 9, 183. " Old Mr 
Diplock of the Moat," 203. 

Dippary, Elizabeth, married to a descendant 
of John Rowe, 24, 89. 

Dipping, John, W. Selwyne's sponsor, 15, 212. 

Disanchoredf 4, 123 note. 

Disbrow, major general, 12, 2<k>. 

Discovery, meaning of, in the commonwealth 
parliamentary surveys, 24, 241 Tiote. 

Disobedient servants excluded from the benefit 
of " Dog" Smith's charity, 22, 40. 

Dispute, ceremonious reconciliation of a, 12, 
23 note. 

Distraints for rent, proofs of age by, 1 2, 38. 39. 

Distresses, extortionate, on quakers, 16, 68. 
See GUiakers. 

Ditcher's wife, ** Mast. Dumbrell catched in 
the chamber " of, 9, 190. 

Ditchinghurst, common fine on, 23, 238. 

DiTCHLiNo (Dicelings, Dichenyng, Ditche- 
ning, Dychening) local history and tra- 
ditions of. by Rev. Thomas Hutchinson, 
M.A, vicar, 13, 240. One of king Alfred's 
places of residence, 241. Its various names 
in early records, ibid. Given l^ William 
the Conqueror to William de Warren: 
Grant by the latter to Lewes priory, 242. 
Confirmation charter of Mowbrav duke of 
Norfolk, and other deeds, 242, 243. As- 
sault on sheriff Hastings (temp Edw. I.) 
244. Grant of the manor and rectory by 
Henry VIII. to Anne of Cleves, 245. "The 
Bostall," ibid. Roman encampment bea- 
con, and chalybeate spring, 246. Celt 
coins and stiver spoons found, 246. 247. 
Jacob Harris the Jew murderer, 247. Re- 
mains of andent mansion: paVing tiles 
found, 241. Fairs, markets, and manors, 
ibid. Owners of the tithes, 249. 251. 
Patrons of the living, 249. 259. Note- 
worthy features in the architecture of the 
church, 250, 251. 254, 255. Notices of 
inscriptions to members of the Turner 
&mily, 251-254. The Chatfield family, 
252. 258. Tlie Poole family, 255. Nonae 
return for the parish, 255. 256. Valuation 
temp, pope Nkholas, 256. Commencement 
of the registers: burials in woollen, ibid. 
Forms of registry of illegitimate children, 
257. Pedigree and registers of the Mitchel- 
boume family, 257, 258. The dela Cham- 
bres, 258. Wills of Nicholas Whytyng and 
Stephen k Wood, 258, 259. list of incum- 
bents (1442-1855) 259. Old timber- 
framed buildings, and local impressions as 
to their antiquity, 260. Longevity of the 
inhabitants, 260 note. Alleged underground 
passage; eminent persons traditionally con- 
nected with the locality, 261. 



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DOMESDAY. 



Ditchling church, 2, 274. Church statistics, 
4, 166. Disputes about pews and surplice 
fees, 284, 285. Neglect of the burial-in- 
woollen, statute, 285, 286. Yearly value of 
the vicarage (1650) 10, 23 note. Crown 
and early presentations, 12* 257. 17, 104. 

21, 52. Rectory exchanged for Chiddingly 
impropriation, 14, 236. Church bells, bell- 
inscriptions, &c, 16, 194. 207. Materials 
used in constructing the church, 20, 187. 
Wivelsfield formerly a' chapel of ease to 
the parish, 22, 50. Dispute about patron- 
age, 51. Disposal of the tithes by Henry 
VIII, 25, 217. 

Dltchling, stud of prince Edward (Edw. II.) 
at, 2, 82. 88. 92. Earthworks at Ditchling 
hill, 3, 174. 177. Conduct of earl de 
Warenne at, 6, 116. Right of widows in 
the manor, 172. 180. Extent of the manor, 
199 note. Subsidy list, 9, 86. Inn signs, 
10, 187. 189. Dacre possessions in sold, 11, 
64. Its " bustling part," 13 219. Various 
owners of the park and manor, 16, 135. 
137. The common, 251. Topography, 
279* Inquisition, 17, 75. Yearly value 
of lands, &c. (1649) 19, 207, Courts leet 
of Streete hundred held at, 23, 235. Ditch- 
ling beacon, 24, T47. See 15, 162. 16, 16 
note. 134. 135. 19, 62. 25,176. 190. 192. 
Dite^ meaning of, 12, 164. 
Ditton, Geffrey de, boiefactor to Michelham 

priory, 6, 134. 
Dixon, Frederick, Papers by: — 

On Roman and British coins found in 

Sussex, 1, 26-31. 
On a British sepulchral urn found on 

Storrington downs, 1, 55-57. 
On bronze or brass relics, &c, found in 

Sussex, 2, 260-269. 
See 8, 285. 291 fiote* 10, 148. 11, 127. 
Dixon, Rev. H. vicar of Ferring, site of Cealt- 

borgsteal suggested by, 8, 187. 
Dixon, Mrs, organ given to Westbourne by, 

22, 85. 

Dixon, T, view by, 18, 95. 

Dixter or Dixtheme, 13, 112. License to kre- 
nellate Dixtheme and Udeymere, 116, 117. 

Dixwell, Sir B. cinque ports baron, 15, 209. 

Dobell family, probable Lewes residence of 
the, 13, 38. Monuments in Streat church, 
25,127. Patrons of the living, 134. See 
16, 292. 25, 126. DubbelL Streat 

Dobell, R, sermon on the murder of, 18, 88. 

Dobell, or Double, Walter (of Falmer) armada 
contribution, 1, 34. Acquisition of Streat 
manor by, 4, 93. His probable character, 
95. Removal of his descendants to Fol- 
kington, 96. Honour intended for another 
Walter by Charles II, 5, 104. 23, 210. 

Dobell, William (of Streat place) extracts 
from the account book of, 4, 98-100. 



Dobell, William (of Folkington) arms of, 
25, 95. 

Dobson, Henry, on the trial of Mr. Greble^s 
murderer, 18, 188, i8q. 

Dobson, Mr, "the young clergryman,"22, 167. 

Dobson, Wm, bellfounder, 16, 178 note. 196. 

Dobson, William, 19, 209. 

Dockyards in Sussex, 4, 107. 

Docwra, Sir Thomas, " prior of Hospitall of 
Saint John Jerusalem,'* 3, 23. 

Dod, Jo, parson, arms quota of, 11, 225. 

Dod, Utright, an esq. at Agincourt, 15, 129. 

Doddesley, see Daddesley. 

Doddington, George, arms of, 25, 95. 

Dodeleswell manor, rent granted to E. Grin- 
stead chantry out of, 9, 140. 12, 25 note. 
See Duddleswell. 

Dodemaneswyke, 13, 109. 

Dodesham manor, 12, 40 note. 

Dodington, see Bubb-Dodington. 

Dodins, Richard, mayor of Arundel, 11, 96. 

Dodsley*s collection, couplet from, 14, 81. 

Dodson, Jeremiah, Christopher, and John, 
successive rectors of Hurstpierpoint, 11» 75 
noUf 76. 79. 

Dodson, Rev. Jeremiah, rector of Hurst and 
Broadwater, and family, entries in the 
Marchant diary relative to, 25, 167. 168. 
170-175. 177-186. 189-191. 195. Tra- 
dition concerning the family and the living, 
200. 

Dodson, Sir John, Judge of the Arches Court, 
burial place of, 11, 79. 

DODSON, RIGHT HON. JOHN GeORGE, M.P, 

on old acts of parliament concerning roads 
in Sussex, 15, 138-147. Land-owner in 
Hurstpierpoint, 11, 79. His seat, 24, 222 
note. See 19, 168. 

Dodsworth's MSS, Ashmolean Library, 6, 54. 

" Dog'* Smith's charity money, 25, 175. 184. 
192. See 215. Smith, Henry. 

Doget, John, vicar of Eastbourne, 14, 1 29. 

Dogs, Sussex, an almost extinct breed of, 23, 
39. Forced slaughter of an entire kennel, 
51. Dog-eating at Petworth, 24, 144. 

D'Oiley, Charles, amusing letter from, re- 
questing release of a lady's man, 10, 7. 

Dole and " doleing day," 13, 232. 

Dole-lands and doles, mode of allotment of, 
6, 239. 

Doleth (not Doletti) Adam, presented (1385-6} 
to Glynde vicarage, 20, 75. 

Dolicocephalic skulls, peculiarity of, 22, 71. 

Dollman, F. T, architectural drawings by, 
8, 238. 

Dolphin, heraldic association of the families 
of the name of Sergeant with the, 25, 84. 

Dome, Pom, signification of, 18, 46 note. 

Domesday book or Survey, compilation of, 
2, 23. Sussex not among the iron-pro- 
ducing counties named in, 177. References 



DOMESTIC. 



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DORSET. 



to Herstmonceuz, 4, 129. 130. 134. Enu- 
meration of Sussex mills, 5, 268. Sugges- 
tion of Camden contradicted by, 6, 94. On 
the mention or non-mention of churches, 8, 
235. 22, 79. Sussex places not named, 
9, 90. 96. Account of Bodiam, 275. Re- 
ference to Mailing canons, 328. Osbem*s 
lands, 10, 64, 65. Sele churches, 104. 
References to Hurstpierpoint, 11, 50. 51. 
73' 74- 7^' 79* 80-82 notes. Tottington, 
98 note. Aldrington, 12, 120. Survey, 
when completed, 142. Waldron, 13, 81. 
Ditchling, 241. 16t 135. Ashdown forest, 
14, 36. Hastings, 66. Eastbourne, 120. 
Chiddingly, its manors, &c, 208. 210. 211. 
211 note, 215. Meaning of dicraferri, 234. 
Some churches mentioned, 16> 16 note. 236. 
Welesmere (Wellsboume) 247 note. Selham 
mill, 260. Westboume, 266. Battel abbey, 
17,8.9.28. Harasey, 71. Cinque ports, 
19, 3. Bexlie (Bexhill) churches, 6. See 
19, 80. 22, 79 wte. 

Domestic arrangements in old time, 11,4. 

Dominican monks of Arundel, relaxation of a 
statute in favour of the, 7, 167. 

DominuSf meaning of, 6, 147 note, 

Doncheton, Henry, deed vdtnessed by, 11, 99. 

Donet, Thomas, of Bunwash, abstract of will 
of (1542) 3, 114, 115. Fact indicated by 
the burial direction of, 21, 132. 

Donn, W. E, trade token, 24, 1 28. 

Donne, Dr. John, his commendation of a 
famous countess, 2, 121 note. 

Donne, John, an esquire at Agincourt, 15, 1 29. 

Donnington, pottery found at, 10, 169. Once 
the seat of a guild, 15, 176. Church bell 
inscription, 16, 147. 207. 

Donnington castle visited by Edw. VI, 10, 198. 

Donnyngs, John, mayor. Rye, his report on 
strangers within the town, 13, 195. 

Donsfold, Surrey, forge in, 3, 243. 

Donstall, Thomas, of Shermanbury, royalist 
composition paid by, 19, 94. 

Donstall, Thomas, trade token, 24, 130. 

Doomsday, see Domesday. 

Doomsday, staymaker, 25, 176. 

Doran, Dr, F.S.A, on the false duke of Mon- 
mouth, 24, 296. 

Dorchester hospital (1616) object of, 22, 4.^;. 

Dorchester, Oxfordshire, bell inscription, 16, 
152 n<^e. 

Dorchester marquisate, Pierpoints holders of 
the, 11, 57. Dorchester, viscount, 16, 30. 

Dorking, DarkiUj^'Dog" Smith's gift to, 22, 
32. 47. Manorial rents of the templars in, 
9, 237. 250. 251. 

Dormer, hon. I, at Charlton hunt, 15, 79. 

Dormer, James, curate of Ditchling, right en- 
forced by, 4, 285. 

Dormer, Jo. pari, commissioner, 24, 282. 

Dormer, Mary, daughter of SirWilliam, 7,173. 



Dorrien, Charles, antique rings, military ob- 
jects, &c, exhibited at Chichester by, 8, 
306. 317. Manuscript account of Charl- 
ton in possession of, 15, 75. 

Dorset arms, an inn sigpfi in Sussex; why 
called "The Cats," 10, 187. 24, 128. 

Dorset, Anne Clifford, countess of (afterwards 
wife of the earls of Pembroke and Mont- 
gomery) sample of her correspondence with 
lady Apsley, 4, 224, 225. Owner of Mich- 
elham manor, 6, 16 t. 

Dorset, Arabella Diana, last duchess of, 
owner of Duddleswell manor, 20, 139. 
Proprietor of East Grinstead borough, 155. 
Reduces number of SackviUe college in- 
mates, 165. 

Dorset, Henry Grey, marquis of (beheaded 
1554) juror on lord Dacre's trial, 19, 177. 

Dorset, Marie or Mary, countess of, ** Dog " 
Smith's legacy to, 22, 45. Governess to 
Charles the first's children, her portrait, 
unique funeral honours paid to her, &c, 
25, 15. 

Dorset, Michael, curacy held by, 18, 84. 
The benefice augmented by his instru- 
mentality, 84 note. 

Dorset, Richard, justice of peace, 20, 100. 

Dorset, Thomas (Beaufort) earl of, his locum 
tenens at Agincourt, 15, 125. 

Dorset, SackviUes, earls and dukes of, com- 
plaint of Wilmington parish against, 4, 
57, 58. Family monuments at Withyham, 
9, 199. Some of the monunr^ents destroyed 
by lightning, 14, 153. Patrons of Wal- 
dron, 13, 86. Their official and possessory 
connection with Ashdown forest, 14, 51. 
51 note. 52. 56. Litigation thereanent with 
Lord Bristol, 54. Progenitor of the family, 
215. Patron of Chiddingly, 248. Their 
possessions at Seaford, 17, 152 .157. See 
SackviUe. 

Dorset, Edward SackviUe earl of {oh, 1652) 
on "a young outlaw," 5, 81. His devo- 
tion to Charles I, 11, 28. His fondness 
for wheatears and letter asking for some, 32 
note, ^^. His memorable duel vdth lord 
Bruce, 34. Extravagance and character 
of his predecessor, ibid. His honorable 
conduct in an East Grinstead election, 20, 
154. His portrait, 156. 163. Dealings of 
the Commonwealth parliamentary com- 
missioners with his Ashdown forest posses- 
sions, &C, 23, 234. 235. 251. 275. 299. 
302-304. High steward of Ripe court, his 
deputy, &c, 24, 222. Joint crown tenant 
of land in East Grinstead, 224. Land in 
Hailsham granted to him by Chas. I, 227. 
Lands for which he ought to be *' aocompt- 
able," 243, 244. Steward of all the manors 
in Pevenscy rape, 267. See 268. 276. 283. 
287. Lands claimed by him, 25, 28, 29. 



DORSET. 



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DOWNS. 



Dorset, George John Frederick Sackville (not, 
as in text, John Frederick, who died in 1799) 
fourth duke of (ob, 18 15, not, as in text, 
1825) descent of his property to his sister 
(not, as in text, his daughter) 6, 162. 

Dorset, John Frederick Sackville, third duke 
of (pb, 1799) his courtesy to Dr. E. D. 
Clarke, 12, 22. 

Dorset, Lionel Sackville, first duke of {ob, 
1763) lord warden, cinque ports, &c, 7, 
108. 15, 204. 25, 87. 

Dorset, Richard Sackville, third earl of (ob» 
1624) his famous wife and widow, 4, 225. 
Lewes priory repaired and dwelt in by, 6, 
263. 9, 325 notes, 0?7ner of Buxted ad- 
vowson, 9> 217. Also of Lindfield, 329. 
Effects of his dealings with the family pro- 
perty on Sackville college, 20, 163. An 
associate of "Dog" Smith, 22, 33. One 
of Smith's Sussex trustees, 37. 42. Smith's 
loans to and losses by htm, 38. 42. 

Dorset, Richard Sackville, fifth eari of (pb, 
1677) patron of Rye, 13, 274. Bell 
donation, 16, 182. 

Dorset, Robert Sackville, second earl of (ob. 
1609) founder of Sackville college. East 
Grinstead, 4, 59. 13, 306. 20, 155, 
156. His testamentary directions for its 
government, 157, 158. His death, 159. 
His bequest to the poor of Lewes, 24, 93. 

Dorset (Sir) Thomas Sackville, first earl of 
(ob, 1608) 7, 173- 9, 217. 325 note, 13, 
274. 15» 71 note, 

Dorsetshire and Sussex wages (17th cent, and 
19th cent.) 1, 75 note, Dorset defences, 11, 
146. 149. i6(S. 174. 

DottereU trees^ 7, 212. Derivation of the 
term, ibid note, 

D*Ou, Ward, see Wardeux. 

Double, W, tenement alienated to, 13f 33. 

Douedale, Johis.de, 14, 214. 

Douglas's "Nenia Britannica," on ancient 
barrows, 1, 156, 157. 5, 207*210. On 
Roman roads in Sussex, 2, 75i 76. 11, 
139. On early bronze relics, 2, 261. 269. 
Curious compound implement figured in, 
5, 201. Earthen vessel also figured, 23,83. 

Douglas, Davy, an esq. at Agincourt, 1 5, 1 29. 

Douglas, earl, wounded and captured, 20, 
126. Joins in Hotspur's revolt, 127. Beats 
down the king, 1 28. 

Douglas, Rev. Jas. curate, Pteston, 15, 237. 

Douglas, Rev. J as. rector, Middleton, 24, 176. 

Douglas, Rev. S, F.S.A, 1, 3. 

Douglas on the efficacy of the royal touch, 
25,211. 

Doumeneye, W. de, presentation, 17, 105. 

Doune, John, deed witnessed by, 15, 100. 

Doune, John atte, M.P. for Scaford, 17y 145. 

Doune, John at, and Ralph atte, deed wit- 
nessed by, 25, 139. 



Doure chanell, etymon of, 15, 153 note. 

Dove-cotes, former universality of, 6« 333. 
View of Berwick dove-cote, 233. See Col- 
umbaria. 

Dover (Roman station of Dubris) one of the 
cinque ports, 1, 15. Dealh of St. Richard 
there, 166, 176 notes. King John's orders 
for defence of, 3, 4. 7. 11. Successfully 
defended against Prince Louis, 7. Ships, 
&C, supplied to the king, 4, 115. Viated 
by Queen Elizabeth, 5, 191. Its rank 
among the cinque ports, 7, 79« Its fortifi- 
cation suggested, 11, 163. Rumouicd 
landing of the French (1759) 203. Its 
bailifTs Yarmouth diary, 12, 159- Cus- 
tumal, 14, 80. Collection at ^austboume 
for the town, 132. One of the three cinque 
ports mentioned in Domesday, 19, 3* Ships 
ordered to be sent to, 23, 20. 3i. a6. Win- 
chebea port men ordered to meet the king 
at, 22. See A, 69. 105. 106. 107. no. 12, 
160 note. 14,93. 177. 15, 180. 183. 185. 

Dover castle, Eleanor de Montfort's defcDoe 
of, 4, 135. Constables, 136. 209. Inquest 
and report on wine found in the ceilars, 6, 
221, 222. Use made of casks at, 9, 355. 
Sussex timber used in early works at, 17» 
116. See 14, 29 note, 

Dover, Gervase of, chronicle ascribed to, 5» 

245- 
Dover, Alexander de, lands in Nottinghann, 

claimed by, 24, 37, 38. 
Dovor, W. de, presentation, 17» io6. 
Dower, custom of, in some Sussex manocSy 

6, 172. 
Dowle or dooi, term explained, 23, 246 note* 

" Cross dowles," 247- note, 
Dowle, John, release witnessed by, 22, 1 18. 
Dowle, Stephen, Seaford, his memorandum 

of an inquest, 7, 93. 
Dowlton, Rev. W, vicar. South Bersted, 24, 

171. 1 78. Entries relative to his family, 173. 
Downall, Robert, burial direction, and cow- 
bequest of, 12, 71. 
Downe, lord, killed at Campen, familiar letter 

to Sir T. Wilson from, 10, 52. 
Downe, viscount, and Charlton hunt, 15, 79. 
Downeash and Bowley manor, 19, no. 
Downeham, Rev. John, religious writings of, 

13, 58. His parentage, death, &c, 58 note. 
Downer, Mary and Moses, commonwealth 

fugitives harboured by, 17, 151* 
Downer, the miller, 25, 169. 
Downes, John, regicide, result of his appeal 

for mercy, 5, loi. 
Downes, John, Sussex sequestrator, 19, 93. 
Downey park, 19, 102. 
Downing, Mr, 24, 119 note. 
Downley, a Fitzalan hunting seat, 15, 75. 
Downs, Saxon dwellers on the, 14, 178. The 

South downs, 308. 16, 18. Condition of 



DOWNTON. 



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DUBEL. 



the poor, 17th cent, and returns relating 
thereto, 16, 21. 31, 33. See South downs. 

Downton, auditor, 25« 37. 

Downton, Richard, vicar of Sutton, 17, 161. 

Dowse, Robert, rector of Streat, 25, 134. 

D'Oylcjr, Matthias and George, incumbents 
of Uckfield, 12, 8 noie. 

D'Oyley, Sir Hooper, bart, 18, 131. 

D'Oyley heiress, wife of John Lewkenor, 23, 
181. 

Drabell, Nicholas, 14, 50. 

Dragon, Welsh signification of, 18, 183. 

Dragon-slayer, see Lyminster. 

Drainage, effect on ancient fishponds of, 5, 
165. 

Drake, John, rector of Coldwaltham, false 
report relative to, 11, 1 16. 

Drake^ Ralph, gent. 14, 59. 

Draper, Cresheld, cinque ports baron, 15, 193. 

Draper, Garden, dnque ports baron, 15, 193. 

Draper, John, Lewes, trade token of, 11, 177. 
24, 130. 

Draper, Matilda, wife of John, release of land 
to^ 17, 47 note. 

Draper, William, vicar, Seaford, 17, 160. 

Draper, William, bailiff, Lewes rape (1388) 
24, 393. Draper, William, of Addis- 
combe, arms of, 25, 95. 

Dratton manse, license to krenellate, 13, iii. 

Drawbridge gate, Hastings, 14, 81. 

Drawings, see Catalogue of drawings. 

Drax, John Samuel Wanley Sawbridge Erie, 
Montague relics possessed by, 20, 3 11. 

Drax priory, benefactors to, 7, 53, 54. 

Drayton, part of Boxgrove possesssions, 
valuations, 15, 118-120. 

Dra3rton, Berks, church bell, 16, 145 note. 
See West Drayton. 

Drajrton, Great, collection at Westboume for, 
22, 93. Drayton in Aldwick, 25, 117. 

Drayton, Michael, his poetic lament on the 
destruction of the Sussex woods, 2, 197. 
Couplet on Colepeper and his armorial 
bearings, 10, 153. On Sussex and ad- 
jacent rivers : Adur, 19, 165 note. Arun, 
16, 255. Asten and its blood legend, 6, 
38. 15,156. Lavant, 16, 361. Medway, 

19, 166 note. Mole,. 16, 370. Ouse, 15, 
164. 19, 164 note. 

Dreams, 9, 186, 187. Weather superstition 
connected with, 189. " A bowke of dremes," 
12,199. Story of a dream connected with 
the building of Battel abbey, 17« 5, 6. 
Faith of the Anglo-Saxons in, 5 note, 

" Drelincouit on Death," Defoe's stratagem 
for forcing the sale of, 11, 309 Tiote. 

Dress, satiric allusions to extravagances of, 
12, 51 Tiote. Costume temp. Richard II, 

20, 300. 303. See Female apparel. 
Dreux, John de, son-in-law of Hen. Ill, 6, 49. 
Drew, Robert, knighthood composition, 16,48, 



Drew, Roger, and Joane his wife, testamen- 
tary direction regarding, 14, 33 1. 

Drew, Sidney, John Rowe's mother, 24, 86. 

Drew, Thomas, of Eastg^rinstead, 24, 86. 

Drew, Thomas, token of, 16, 310. 

Drewett, Thomas, token of, 24, 124. Same 
place and device, and doubtless same indi- 
vidual as the above Thomas Drew. 

Drewetts, father and son, hanged in chains, 
23, 314. Exculpatory story relative to the 
son, 315. Their ** last dying speech," 316. 

Drewry (Drury) family, Westboume, 22, 
88. 89. 

Drewrye, Mr, his conduct towards the cinque 
ports bailiffs, 12, 175. 185. 

Drink and drunkards : Timothy Burrell's 
drunken coachman, 3* 135. 136. 148. 149. 
150. 155. 161. His end, 165 note. Deaths of 
two of Tho. Turner's acquaintances through 
drink, 11, 311. 312. Bequests for " drynke 
and bred," 12, 106. Burial of an excom- 
municated drunkard, 25, 157. 

Drinker acres, see Tenantry Customs. 

Drinker, Nicholas, Salehurst, ** dark heare," 
burial entry, 25, 156. 

Drinkheil, a Saxon term, 6, 17. 

Drinkwater, H, sermon on death of, 18, 89. 

Drogo's account of the stealing of the bones 
of St. Lewinna, 1, 47-54. 7, 75, 76. 21, 
37-39. 

Droselan castle, destroyer of, 6, 116. 

Druids, the, 1, 3. Supposed figure of a druid 
in the Bignor mosaics, 4. Their 'high 
places' of worship, 151- 153. 156. Earth- 
works occupied by them, druidic names, 
&c, 3, 183, 184. At Cissbury, 24, 154. 

Drummond, Mr, his account of the Ashbum- 
hams, 6, 85* 

Drung^wicke, meeting of streams at, 16, 356. 
Buildings erected by John de Clymping on 
the manor, 17> 348. 

Drunkenness, see Drink. 

Drury lane theatre burnt down, church collec- 
tion for, 6, 343. 

Drury, "Mr. Doctor," arms quota of, 11, 337. 

Drury, John, Fletching, 24, 205. 

Drury, Wm, knighthood composition, 16, 50. 

Drases, silver horn worn by females of note 
among the, 8, 282. 

Dry, Benjamin, of Levoirs, arms of, 25, 95. 

Dryden's reference to hanging up "the achieve- 
ments of the foe," 4, 284. His lines on 
British wool, 10, 69. 

Dry rents, feudal interpretation of, 25, 55 note. 

" Dryvyng of the stcpyll," 6, 250. The modus 
operandif ibid note. 

Drywood, Mr, lands assigned to and released 
by, 25, 25. 

Dubbins, Mary, register entry of the sickness 
and death of, 17t 62. 

Dubel, Dubbell, Dubyll (afterwards Dobell) 



DU BOIS. 



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DUMBRELL. 



early mention of the family of, 9, 73. 73 

note. 75 7iote, See Dobell. 
Du Bois, Louis, on the Criol chateau, 24, 2. 
Dubris, see Dover. 
Ducange on a family custom in Suabia, 6, 

174. Definitions by: Tarantula, 9, 12 

note. '* Dejwercatenae,'' 157 no^e. "Bahu- 

dum," 255. 
Ducarel, Dr, abstract of registers compiled by, 

6, 125 note. His catalogue of Lambeth 
MSS. relating to Sussex, 23, 319. Certi- 
ficate for the royal touch copied by, 25, 208. 

Ducatt, Jno, prebendary of Peasmarsh, 13,143. 

Duces, See Dux. 

Du Chesne, Battel abbey roll printed by, 6, 

7. 8. On the Turpin arms, 9, 365. 
Duchy of Lancaster records, inaccessibility of 

the, 14, 46. Reference to pleadings in the 
duchy court, 43. 50. 51. 52. 56. 59. 234. 
Duckley, Thos. rector of Hurstpierpoint (1513) 

11, 76. 

Duckworth, T, incumbent, Ninfield,17, 60. 

Duddles Field, leaden coffin found in, 23, 328. 

Duddleswell: coins found, 14, 36. Duddles- 
well walk, 48. " Kingstanding *' hill, 49. 
Duddleswell lodge, 50, 51. Duddleswell 
manor, 52. 157. Duddleswell and Great 
Park of Lancaster, Duddleswell manor, 
lodge, &c, 14, 52. 157. 20, 139, 140. 
23, 222. 247 note. Parliamentary surveys 
of same, 294-313. Extent, rentsd, &c, of 
commons, wastes, cottages, trees, &c, 24, 
190-194. Privileges of quarrying, digging, 
&c, granted to the occupiers, 195. Allot- 
ments of forest lands to various parishes, 
and lists of claimants, 196-209. Forest 
highways set out, 209-211. Rental of free- 
holds and copyholds, 2 1 1 -2 16. Jurisdiction 
of the court baron, 216. Customs and 
heriots, claims disallowed, &c, 217. Ab- 
stract of rents and profits, 218. 

Dudelesfold, John de, poaching complaints 
against, 17, 120. 

Dudeney, John, hereditary South down shep- 
herd, 2, 252. His autobiography, struggles 
after knowledge, advent as a schoolmaster, 
&c, 253-256. Dudeney, John, son of the 
above, gifts to Lewes castle museum by, 
17, 64. 69. On a leaden coffin found at 
Wellingham, 23, 327. 

DuDBNEV CHAPEL,Rev. Edward Turner on, and 
on Hogg's view and description of the site ; 
later circumstances corroborating Hogg, 9, 
43. 44. Verification of Mr. Turner's con- 
jecture as to the site, 20, 230. See 23, 
209. 328. 25, 214. 

Dudeneyswell, Duddleswell a probable cor- 
ruption of, 9f 44* 

Dudilande, Angelus, gift to Battel abbey by, 

17, 22. 
Dudley cognizance at Alfriston, 4, 311. 



Dudley family, Hamsey manor possessed hy 
the, 17, 78. 

Dudley, Edmund, minister to Hen. VII, 4t, 
312. Story of his early life and suggestion 
pertinent thereto, 314. His g^ft to South- 
over free school, 1 7, 79. 

Dudley, lord Guildford, needlework memento 
of the marriage of, 14, 13. See 4, 313. 

Dudley, Howard, juvenile author, 18, 104. 

Dudley, John, duke of Northumberland, and 
his son John : carving in the Tower by the 
latter, 4, 312. The duke's wife, 313. 

Dudley, Robert, bequest to Poynings church 
by, 15, 29. 

Dudley, lord Robert (earl of Leicester) wooU 
exporting license granted by Q. Eliz. to, 
10, 72. Scandal relative to both, 23, 5 » 
6. Convenient death of his wife, suspidoa 
attaching to him, &c, 6, 7, notes, 

Dudlow, John, old house in Mayfield possessed 
by, 21, 15. 

Dudwcll stream, 21, iii. 113. 

Duffild, ironmaster, 3, 242. John Duffold, 
or Duffield, East Grinstead, 3, 244. 20, 
152. 

Duffold, Thomas, implicated in lord Dacre's 
deer-stealing frolic, 19, 175. 

Dufford, Dennis, Hastings freeman, 19, 34. 

Dugald Dalgetty, a parallel to, 11, 21. 

Dugard, Samuel, vicar of Westboume, South 
Bersted, &c, 22, iii. 24, 178. 

Dugdale, Sir William, citations from or refer- 
ence to his monasticon, &c : Lewes priory, 
2, 5. His Hastings family MSS, 163. 
Error concerning Stafford, earl of Devon, 
164. Q. Mary and Lord Huntingdon, 165 
note. His ofiicial vigilance relative to hatch- 
ments in churches, 4, 284. On Sir R. de 
Tumeham, 9, 147. Heron's hospital, Bux- 
ted, 218. Robert de Echingham, 345. 
Sewers commissions, 10, 95. 98 note, Sele 
priory, 100. On the Culpepers, 152. 153. 
On Edgehill fight, 11, 25. P>'nham or 
Calceto priory, 91. 108. 113. 118. Battel 
abbey, 17, 47. Beddingham monastery, 
21, 26. Denton, 28. The Burghershcs, 
128. Brecon priory, 23,124. Tortington 
priory, 205. 206. His history of imbank- 
ing and draining, 18, 42, 43. 52. 19, 10. 
15. See 14, 182. 

Duglesse, Thomas, Cowden, 20, 103. 

Duhalde, Father, on a custom of descent 
among the Tartars, 6, 166. 

Duke, John, proof of age by, 12, 44. 

Duke, Mr, convent formerly on the site of the 
house c^, 11. 118. Mrs. Duke, 25, 174. 

Dumbrell, Master, *' catched in Ditcher's wife's 
chamber," 9, 190. 

Dumbrell, one, cottage held by, 13, 46. 

Dumbrell, Richard, rood loft timber sold to, 
19, 40. 



DUMBRILL. 



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DURFORD. 



Dumbrill, William, rector of Hurstpierpoint 
(1408) 11, 75. 

Dumbrill, or Damcriir? 25, 201. 

Dumer, Mr, of the Admiralty, 25, 64. 

Dumfries, prelacy denounced at, 10, 18. 

Duncombe, George, the elder, bequest of Jno, 
Howe to, 24, 96. 

Duncton, Roman remains at, 2, 313. 315. 
Dedication of church, 12, 70. Foreign 
church bell at, 16, 140. 143. 207. Stream, 
259. See 18, 90. 

Dundas, Henry, report on South coast de- 
fences, temp, Eliz, resuscitated by, 11, 148. 

Dune, Hamo de, his agreement with Battel 
abbey, 17, 43. 

Dungate, Thomas, East Grinstead martyr, 
20, 152. See 25, 172. 

Dung-chair, offences punishable by the, 2, 
148. 

Dunham, Suffolk, Anglo-Saxon church at, 8, 
248. 

Dunk, Alice, monumental brass, 23, 189. 

Dunketon, annuity to the king's son charged 
on, 10, 136. 

Dunkirk man of war aground, 9, 53. Trade 
of, mostly carried on by smugglers, 10, 91. 

Dun moll, Mr, lands held by, 14, 88 note. 

Dunmow flitch adjudged by spinsters only, 
10, I note. 

Dunois, count de, treaty arrangements con- 
fided by Chas. VII. to, 8, 117. 

Dunsfold, crown presentation, 12, 257. Fur- 
nace, 18, 16. 

DuNSTALL, John, Dr. Wellesley, and Rev. 
Philip Freeman on two engravings oi a 
Tbmplb by Chichester by, 5, 277-280. 
7, 56-60. Notice of the family in an early 
chartulary, 8, 270. 

Dunstall, or Donstall, T, token of, 11, 177. 

24, 130. 

Dunstall, Walter, joint custodian of Cowfold 

church goods, 12, 105. See 2, 322. 323. 

Dunstanvill, Walter de, patron of Parham, 

25, 21. 

Dunster, Charles, rector, Petworth, 14, 24. 

Dunston, Queen Elizabeth at, 5, 192. 

Dunstone, hail-damaged, collection at Mares- 
field for, 21, 217. 

Dunton, John, armada contribution, 1, 35. 

Dunvan, Brighton and Lewes historian, on 
marks made by people who could not 
wtitCf 2, 51. John Dudeney befriended by 
him, 253. An error of his, 5, 275. See 
13, 9. 44. 

Dunwich, brother Clement of, 20, 27. Win- 
chelsea men's wool seized at, 23, 26. 

Duplake, Gilbert, Seaford, manifold offences 
of, 7, loi. 

Duport, Dr, Master of Magdalen, famous 
pupils of, 10, 28 note. 

Duppa, Bryan, tutor of Charles II, vice-chan- 



cellor of Oxford, afterwards bishop of Chi- 
chester, 12, 207. Rectory and bishoprics 
successively held by, 14, 23. 

Durance^ scarlet, 3, 155. The dye still cele- 
brated, 160 Jiote. 

Durand, Paal, a commonwealth solenmizer 
of marriages, 24, 102. 

Durand, or Durant, William, nonconformist 
minister, 12, 207 note. 

Durant, Sir Wm, "bayliffe** of Lancaster 
great park, 9, 126. Possessions held by 
his family, ibid. See Durrant, Sir W. 

Dureford abbey or priory, canons and abbot 
of, 5, 230. 233. 236. Edward II. at, 6, 
50. Proceedings relative to concealment 
and appropriation of the abbey goods, 7, 
223-226. Richard Layton's report, 12, 199. 
" Might better be called Dyrt-forde," 200. 
See 9, 163. 164. 169. 

DuRBFORD Abbey, its fortunes and mis- 
fortunes; with some particulars of the 
Prbmonstratensian Order in England, 
by W. H. Blaauw, M.A, F.S.A, 8, 41-96. 
Comparative unimportance of the abbey, 
political, historical or architectural, 41. 
Founder, period of foundation, advantages 
of the site, 42. Its position in the Premon- 
stratensian pedigree, and errors of same 
regarding it, 44. Genealogic sketch of the 
founder and his family, 44-99. Organized 
by Berengar, abbot of Welbeck, 49. His 
probable intention, 50. Wise foresight of 
abbot Robert, 50. Succession of donors, 
varying character and conditions of the 
gifts, &c, 51-53. S5-6o. 63-67. Architec- 
tural fragments, 54, 55. Advantage taken 
of the distresses of neighbours, 55. Heraldic 
and ornamental tiles found, 60, 61. En- 
croachments turned to account, 62. A lead- 
stealing canon, 67. Relaxations of the 
mortmain statute, 68. Valuation of the 
convent's possessions (1292)69, 70. Money 
raised by '* Corrodies" and other devices, 
74-76. Visit of Edward II, 76, 77. Dis- 
asters by fire and thieves, 77. Feudal dues 
remitted, successful maintenance of rights, 
78. Damage by lightning, recasting dt 
the bells, &c, 80. Formality observed in 
electing an abbot, 82-86. Questions put 
on the occasion of a visitation, 87. Form 
of the Diocesan's benediction, 88, 89. Last 
recorded visitation, 91. Value at the disso- 
lution, grantees of the site, fraudulent ab- 
straction of property, &c, 92, 93. Destruc- 
tion of the principal buildings, views of 
remains taken in 1782, &c, 93-95. List of 
abbots, sole monumental stone remaining, 
95, 96. See Hoese. Premonstre. 

Durer, Albert, painting by, 8, 319. Medal 
by, 18, 195. 

Duriford bridge, 16, 259. 



DURHAM, 



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DYX. 



Durham, ''Egyptians" hanged at, 4, 376. 

Durham, ceremony observed with the obitu- 
ary roll of priors of, 9, 13. Illustrative 
citation from the priory inventory, 255. 

Durham, Hugh, prior of, R. Whitield's Eng- 
lish birth certified by, 19, 84, 85. 

Durham, William, bishop of, 17, 11. Hugh, 
bishop of, 20, 2. See Beck. Trevor. 

Dumfoid, Thomas, M.A, curate of Westboume, 
vicar of South Bersted, 22, 113. System of 
mortuaries introduced by, 24, 176. A 
pluralist, 176 note. His ihtimacy and sub- 
sequent fall out with Sir R. Hotham, 177. 
Period of his incumbency, 178. Project 
opposed by him, 25, 121. 

Durrant, Miss Ann, set. 89, information 
relative to smugglers furnished by, 10, 
80 note. 

Durrant, Dame, pacified with " her beloved 
Nantzy,** 11, 193. Not sober, 205. 

Durrant, or Durand, Edward, mayor of Has- 
tings, 14, 83, 83. 

Durrant, John, of Hastings, 14, 98. Knight- 
hood composition, 16, 48. 

Durrant, Thomas, diarist Turner's outings, 
drinkings, &c, with, 11, 193. 206. 308. 
209. 214. 215. 

Durrai)t (D — t) Samvell^ trade token, 11, 
176. 24, 134. 

Durrant, Samuel, of Lewes, 14, 122. 

Durrant, Dr. Williani, on an affray with 
smugglers, 10, 84 liote, 

Durrant, Wm. rector of Rotherfield, 13» 306. 

Durrant, Sir W. bailiff, Ashdown forest, 

14, 47- 

Durrant family, of Great Streele, and Fram- 
field church, 4, 297. The last representa- 
tive, 303. See 14, 88 note, 

Durrington manor, question as to the where- 
abouts of, 8, 35. Its probable loaUf 35 
note. Remains of the church, 10, 115 
note. Dispute relative to housing the tithes, 
121. Rents in, given to Calceto priory, 11, 
100. Remains of Durrington chapel in 
Tarring, 12, 110. See 18, loi. 

Dursley, Roman remains at, 2, 314. 

Dursley, lord, at Charlton hunt, 15, 79. 

Dusart, Mr, Sussex sheep-shearers' songs 
harmonized by, 2, 250. 

Dutch, alleged offer for Cuckmere haven by 
the, 15» 159. Parson Darby's device for 
rescuing some Dutch seamen, 14, 136. 

Dutelor, John le, lands, &c, eiven to Calceto 
priory by, 11, 103. 22, 90. 

Dutton, Mr, pupil of Andrew Marvell, 12, 208. 

Durton, Sir T. accomplice in a murder, 15, 18. 

Duvra (or Dovor) John de, abbot of Battel, 

17, 45- 
Dux, duces f meaning of, 8, 178, 180. 



DtifTf meaning of, 15, 153 note. 

Dwyang^ (or Tyenges) Sir John de, prior of 
I^es, 2, 31. His journeys to Rome, &c, 
33. 34. 35. Further particulars, 3, 198. 

Dychening, John de, keeper of the prince's 
colts, 16, 136. See Ditchling. 

Dyer, Adam, subsidy collector, Chichester 
(1380) 24, 67. 

Dyer, John, poet, on "Rye's silent port," 15, 
154 note. 

Dyer, William, estate sold to, 12, 90 note. 

Dyers Hall, London, collection at Maresfidd 
for, 21, 215. 

Dyges, John, Rye baron, 17, 125. 

Dyke, the, Poynings, 15, 2. Derivation, 3. 
Dyke camp, 24, 147. See Devil's dyke. 

Dyke, family, former possessors of Berwick, 
6, 227. Monumental brasses, 23, 188. 
See 16, 292. 20, 154. 

Dyke, Sir John, 13, loi. 14, 238. 

Dyke, Martin, commonwealth justice, mar- 
riages performed by, 20, 93. 

Dyke, Mrs, on the Burwash quit-rents, 21, 
130. 

Dyke, Philadelphia lady, gift to Waldron 
church by, 13, 102. 

Dyke, Thomas, Joan Walsh married to, 13, 
10 1. Horeham mansion probably built 
by him, ibid. Deaths of them and thcfa: 
son in same yeai, 102. Arms, 25, 95. 

Dyke, Sir Thomas, 7, 109. 13, 102. 14, 
59. 19, 31. 25, 95. Sir Thomas, first 
baronet, constituencies represented in par- 
liament by, 13, 102. Sir Thomas, second 
baronet, removes to Lullingstone castle, 
13, 103. 

Dyke, Wm. de, g^ deed witnessed by, 11, 99. 

Dyker, see Dicker. 

Dykes, Capt. commended by Sir W. Campion 
to the notice of Charles 1, 10, 9. 

Dykesteme, John, vicar of Rye, confirmed in 
his vicarage, 13, 270. 

Dymchurch, signet ring found in a ditch at, 
22, 194. 

Dymond, Eliz. (1664) carried to London to 
be healed of the king's evil, 20, 11 1. 

Dyne, Edward, cinque ports baron, 15, 201. 
202. 207. 

Dynesley or Dineslee, Herts, chapter of tem- 
plars at, 9, 259. 269. 270. 

Dyng, meaning of, 9, 318 note, 

Dynot (or Denot) Peter, in Cade's rising, 18, 

25 • 39* SceDenoL 
" Dyrt-forde" a pun on Durcford, 12, 200. 
Dytton, John de, prior of Tortington, 11, 

III. 
Dyve, Hugh, daim of hay at Pcvensey castle 

by, 6, 282. 
Dyx, Wm. de, gift deed wimessed by, 11, 97. 



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EASEBOURNB. 



E. 



Eaba, wife of Edilwalch, 4, 73. 

£achcr, Mr, " learned counsell " to the Yar- 
moath bailiffs, 12, 175. 190. 191. 

Eadbald, Pagan .^successor to a Christian 
father, 4, 71. 

Eadbald, Saxon heretog^, 8, 182. 

Eadbert, or Eadbehrt, first bishop of the South 
Saxons, 4, 71. Charters, &c, witnessed 
and confinned by, 81 178. 181. 182. 

Eades land at Whitesmith, 14, 238. 

Eades, Thomas, incumbent, Chiddingly, 14, 
248. A non-juror, 249. Limitation set by 
him on his legacy to the parish clerk, 250. 
His epitaph on himself, 251. Litigation 
caused by his legacy, ilnd. 

Eadgar, brother of the king, 8, 181. 

Eadgar, coins of, minted in Sussex, 9, 370. 
Tax of wolves' heads paid to, 4, 83. 

Eadgitha (or £adgyth) wife of Edward the 
Confessor, shorn of her queenly honours, 
4, 84. See 25, 204. 205. 

Eadgiva, benefactress to Christ's Church, Can- 
terbury, 4, 81. 

Eadgiva, abbess of Leominster, abduction of, 
4,86. 

Eadgyfee and Goda, suit between t 17, 71. 

Eadmer, wonderful stories of St. Dunstan re- 
lated by, 2, 223. 21, I. 

Eadmund, king and martyr, 4, 91. 

Eadred and E(Sva, king and queen, 4, 72. 

Eadric, King of Kent, killed in battle, 8, 178. 

Eadward the martyr, 4, 82. 91. 

Eadwig, ** Basileus oi all Albion," his devo- 
tion to the church, 4, 72. 91. 

Eager, Stephen and Jane, quakers, fined and 
imprisoned, 16, 71. 78. 79. 81. 8a. 83. 86. 
90. 118. 

Eagle, the *' honour" of the, 6, 27. 130. 12, 
25, 31 ttoies. 14, 41. so. ^SSf a34t 23$. 
24, 247 note. See Aquila. 

Eagles family, source of the, 6, 88. See Egles. 

Ealdfrid, king, grant confirmed by, 8, 183. 

Ealdwulf, heretoga of the South Saxons, gprant 
of part of a wood in Cealtborgsteal by, 8, 
177. 183. Translation and Latin text of 
same, 184. 185. 

Eales, George, rector of Westboume, 22, 104. 
Vicar presented by him, 1 10. 

Ealhere, occasion of King Ethelwulph's gift 
to, 4, 75. 

Eappa, monastery governed by, 18, 5. 

Earle, bishop, his " Microcosmography," 19, 
141. His description of a tavern, 142. 

Earle, Dorothy, " woman of great age," 14, 
247. 

Earle, Rev. John, Anglo-Saxon professor, 



Oxford, on certain terms used in Saxon 
deeds, 8, 179, 180. 

Earl's Colne, Essex, an instance of an unusual 
grant, 7, 218. 

Early English work, remains of, 14, 69. 117. 

Early presentations to Sussex Incum- 
bencies, by Rev. Mackenzie E. Walcott, 
M.A, F.S.A, 17, 104-107. See Crown 
presentations. 

Earneley, R, armada contribution, 1, 35. 

Earnley rectory held by Cartwright, Sussex 
historian, 11, 127. Church beU, 16, 207. 
Streams from Earnley marshes, 260. See 
Rrnele. Ernie. Ernley. 

Eartham, or Ertham, nona return, 1, 60. 
Rents held by Tortingcon priory, 11, 140. 
Dedication of church, 12, 70. Priory, 13, 
46. Church bell, 16, ;o8. Topography, 
18, 93. Supposed site of ancient Saxon 
earthworks, 187, 188. The manor, 19» 
119. ** Squint " in the church, 130. Crown 
presentation, 21, 48. Chief freeholder (i 734) 
and his present representative, 23, 76. Sea- 
beech, 25, 39. See Ertham. 

Earthquake shocks, 1749 and 1756, 11, ^7. 
188. 

Earthworks, military, see Military Earthworks. 

Earthworks, Roman, British, &c. : Newhaven, 
9, 99. Wiggenholt, 112. Hardham, 116. 
Singleton, 225. 

Earthworks, Roman, $ee Densworth. 

Earthworms powdered recommended as a me- 
dicine, 23, 72. 

Earwig, Sarah, marriage entry, 18, 84. 

Ease, or Ise, in Sussex place names, 7, 5. 

Easeboume (Easebome. Esebom) ironworks 
formerly ait, 2, 209. Subsidy, 5, 236. 
Yearly value of lands, &c (141 1) 10, 137. 
Inn sign, 187. Rents held by Tortington 
priory, 11, no. Easeboume and £ist- 
boume, consequence of a confusion of 
names, 14, 128. Guild, 15, 176. Chief 
freeholder (1734) and his present represen- 
tative, 23, 76. 

Easeboume church, Owen mounment in, 5, 
178, 186. Dedication, 32. 70. Bells, 16, 
144. 145. 194. 208. Society's visit, 20, 
203. See Owen. 

Easeboume hundred, parishes comprised in, 
6, 2 20. Inquest concerning l^ussex rebels, ib, 

Easebourne Benedictine Nunnery, Epis- 
copal Visitations op, by W. H. Blaauw, 
M.A, F.S.A, 9, 1-32. First and subsequent 
founder; Leland's brief notice ; probable 
primary object of the foundation, 2, 3. First 
admission on record, 3. Valoation and re- 



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venues at successive periods; Sir John de 
Bohun's gifts, 3, 4. Other benefactions, 5-7. 
Marked reference, in a license of Hen. IV, 
to the charges on the Nunnery, 6. Course 
of proceeding in visitations, 7. Bishop 
Praty's visitation (1441) and censure of the 
extravagances of a prioress, 7-9. Route 
of the bishop in his visitations, 9. Inventory 
of goods, chattels, live stock, revenues, &c. 
(1450) 10-13. Results of bishop Story's visi- 
tation (1478) sad goings on of the prioress 
and nuns, and injunction consequent thereon, 
14-19. Exemptions allowed on account of 
poverty, 20. Results of bishop Sherbum's 
visitations (1511. 1524) examinations of 
inmates, injunctions laid on prioress and 
sub-prioress, &c, 31-27. Object of gallery 
built in the church by Sir D. Owen, 28. 
Occasion of the suppression of the nunnery, 
grantee of its site, &c, 28, 29. Income at 
this date, 30. Q.. Elizabeth's visit, 31. Old 
nunnery bells and seal, legends and figures 
thereon, 31, 32. List of prioresses, 32. 

Easeboume priory or nunnery, Grimm's view, 
3, 237. Visited by Q. Eliz, 5, 186. Manu- 
script by lord Montague preserved at, 7* 
173. Bohun benefactions, 20, 11. 13, 14. 
Land in Midhurst, 25. 28. &ee 15, 85. 16, 
259. 20, 24. 

Easeboume tithing, number of hearths in 
(1670) 20, 19. 

East, E. watchmaker to Chas. I, 3, 104. 105. 

East Angmering, see Angmering. 

East (Est) Armsted vicar's arms quota, 11, 
227. 

East Ashling township, common fine payable 
by, 23, 227. 

East Blachington (or Blatchington) monu- 
mental inscriptions communicated by rev. 
R. N. Dennis, rector, 13, 302. Note by 
him on urns found in the church, 309. 

Eastbourne, nonse return, 1, 60. Poor law 
abuses, 4, 267. Visited by Edw. II, 6, 46. 
One of the suggested sites of Anderida, 92 
note. Traditional site of quarry for Peven- 
scy castle, 270 7wte. Originally a Roman 
station, 9, 156. Murderous affrays between 
customs officers and smugglers, 10, 83. 91. 
93. The Lamb inn and its crypt, 183. 184. 
Trader's tokens, 10, 207. 11, 175. 24, 
1 28. Rejoicings at the restoration of Chas. 
II, 11, 31. Modern growth of the town, 
182. Land held by Matilda de Brom, 12, 
35 note. Sunday jollities : ** Sops and ale," 
13, 228. Notice of Chiddingly in an old 
Eastbourne guide book, 14, 208. Great 
tithe feast, 229. Streams, &c, 15, 158. 
159. Topography, 16» 284. Formerly a 
port, 19, 32. Yearly value of lands, quit 
rents, tithes, &c (1649) 208. Guild writ 
(1388) 24, 292. 



Eastbourne, Contributions towards a 
History of, by George F. Chambers, 
F.R.G.S, 14, 1 19-137. Etymology of the 
name, 119 note. Grant of the hundred to 
the Earl of Morton, 1 20. Sojourn of Henry 
L here, 120, 121. Successive owners of the 
manors, 121- 123. Custom of Borough- 
English, 123. Principal inhabitants, temp. 
Hen. VIII. and Chas. I, 123, 124. Roman 
and other remains, 125-127. Value of the 
benefice, 127. The old parsonage, ibid. 
Vault under the Lamb inn, 1 28. The parish 
church and its restorations, 1 28, 1 29. List 
of incumbents, 129, 130. Extracts from an 
old parish book, 130-134. Donations to the 
parish, 134, 135. Tithe feast to the farmers ; 
Sops and Ale, 135. Beachy Head, 135, 
136. The " Charleses," " Person Darby's 
Hole," alleged origin, 136. Papers on 
Eastbourne in previous volumes of this col- 
lection, 137. 

Eastbourne church, 2, 274. The register, 4, 
264. Vicar's answer to queries, 265. " An 
aged Atheist," 266, 267. A vicar's 26th 
child, 267. Collection on a brief, 272. 
Value of the vicarage (1603) 274. Com- 
monwealth charges against a vicar, 11, 30, 
31. Vicar's arms quota, 227. Church in- 
scriptions, 229. Crown presentation, 12» 
257. Bells, 16, 141. 145. 194. 208. 

Eastbourne hundred, 11, 228. Non-resident 
baron,. 17f 166. Eastbourne manors. 
Borough English customs in, 6, 180, 182. 
Possessions, rights, &c, of the lord, 11, 27, 
28. Payment for the two halves, 14, 263. 
24, 220. Free suit rent, 222. 

Eastbourne place, see Bourne place. 

Eastbourne, Roman remains, antiquities, 
found, &c, 2, 257-259. Saracenic coins, 
6, 278 nofe. Gold armlet, 8, 286. Remains 
of a Roman navale, 9, 156. Further as to 
the find of gold bracelets, celts, and sword- 
head, 15, 240-242. 

Eastbrooke manor rents dedicated by " Dog " 
Smith to charitable purposes, 22, 41. 

East Chagbom, Berks, collection at Lmdfield 
for, 19, 47- 

East Dean (Eastden. Estden) nonae return, I, 
63. Royal visits, 2, 140. 153. Borough 
English customs in the manor, 6, 182. Est- 
den park, 9, 224. Yearly value (141 1) ID, 
131. The like in 1649, ^^» ^^* '^^ 
sign, 10, 187. Discovery of skeletons, 
urns, &c, 14, 126. Manorial payment, 
264. Collection for a fire, 14, 154. 21, 
211. 214. 

East Dean church, 2, 275. Foundress of the 
prebend, 11, 91. Vicar's arms quota, 227. 
Church inscriptions, where printed, 229. 
Bells, one with a saucy inscription, 16, 142. 
15T. 207. Crown presentations, 21, 52. 



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East Dean, near Chichester, church bells, 16, 
142. 147. 151. 207. 

East Dereham, Norfolk, body of St. With- 
burga stolen from, 1, 50. 

Easter: "Pigs* Easter,'* 14, 210 note. See 
Eoster. 

Easterfields, Chiddingly, 14, 209. Easter- 
field farm, ^38. 

Eastergate church bell, 16* 180. 208. Crown 
presentations, 21, 52. 

Easter Monday liberties with a king, 14, 215. 

Easter sepulchre (?) in Berwick church, 6, 
230. llie like at Chiddingly, 14, 240. 

Eastern counties, " tip tongue ** pronuncia- 
tion in the, 14, 190. 

East Gate without, Chichester, crown presen- 
tations to, 21, 50. 

East Gilford, see East Guildford. 

East Grinstead, Hammerwood in, 2, 209. 
Furnace, 3, 240. Charter exhibited before 
the judges {temp. Eliz.) 7, 87. Branch of 
the KiUders at, 9, 129. Bishop Kidder*s 
birth place, 130, 131. Lewknor charities, 
140. Smuggler murderer hanged at, 10, 88. 
Yearly value of lands (141 1) 137. 142. 
(1649) 19, 208. Wych cross and inn signs, 
182. 186. 187. Traders* tokens, 208. 11, 
175. 24,128. Assizes formerly held at, 
10, 213. 11, 82. 12, 27 note. Why, 
11,175. A heavy calendar, 186. Cock- 
fighting gentlemen, 212. Shelvestrode 
a manor, 12, 29 note. Election (17 10) 53. 
Gales land, ^. Theatricals (1758) 2b6. 
Hospital fonded by the earl of Dorset, 

13, 306. Legge*s heath, 14, 45. Road 
act, 15, 147. Ancient guild, 176. Knight- 
hood compositions, 16, 48, 49. Quakers 
fined, 98. Stream, 271. Topography, 284, 
285. Archbishop Bancroft at, 17, 99. A 
participant in " Dog ** Smith's charities, 
22, 43, 44. Arms granted to the borough, 
224. Text of the grant, and figure of the 
seal, 225. Formerly the night's resting 
place between London and Lewes, 24, 192 
note. Rights of common in Ashdown 
forest, 196. List of claimants of common- 

• age, 197, 198. Parliamentary survey of 
the manor, 223-226. Guild writ (1388) 
292. Grant of land in, 25, 144. See 

14, 35. 45. 48. 49. 55. s6. 62. 114 note. 
138. 157. 223. 23, 222. 25, 178. 
186. 

East Grinstead, Notbs on, by J. C. Sten- 
ning, 20, 132-172. Position, aspect, and 
former importance of the town, 132. Fall 
of the sessions-house floor during a trial, 
ibid, Andent character of the locality as 
deduced from its name, 183. Dangers of 
travelling (1777-8) 133, 134. Manorial 
History : manors comprised in the parish, 
134. Brambletye manor, 134-139. Lav- 



ortye and Duddleswell manors, 139, 140. 
Imberhome, Shovelstrode, and Stan don 
manors, 140, 141. Brookhurst and Kid- 
brook manors, 142. Present owner of 
Kidbrooke park, 143. The toum : note- 
worthy examples of Tudor architecture, 
143, 144. Adjacent hamlets and estates; 
Forest Row, Ashurst Wood, Gulledge, 
Tablehurst, 144, 145. Ecclesiastical HiS' 
tory : early patrons and incumbents, 145, 
146. List of vicars, 147. Dedication of the 
church, 148. Destruction of its tower by 
fire (1683) and fall of its successor (1785) 
ilnd. The present church and monuments 
therein. Bell's vicarage, &c, 149, 150. 
Miscellajiea : ** Old Payne," puritans, qua- 
kers, and smugglers, 150. Sited of St. 
Catharine's brotherhood, and of ancient 
ironworks, 151, 152. Martyrs burnt in the 
town, 152. Their charred ashes, 153. Por- 
liamentary history : Borough disfranchised ; 
earliest record of a contested election, 153. 
Occasional recalcitrancy of the inhabitants, | 
1 54. How the elections were managed, 155. 
Sackville College^ 155-166. [See Sackville 
College.] Subsidy Lists^ 1296 to 1628, 
166-172. Knighthood compositions, 172. 
East Grinstead church : Lewknor monument 
in, 9, 140. Chantry founded by W. Hellin- 
dale, 140 note. Vicar's arms quota, 11, 

225. Bells, 16, 195. 210. Crown presen- 
tation (Grenestede) 21, 54. Monumental 
brass, 23, 160. 

East Guildford (Gilford, Guldeford) valuation 
(1649) 6, 58. Parson's arms quota, 11, 

226. Crown presentation, 12, 257. Fa- 
mily name derived from, 15i 138. Church 
bell, 16, 210. Chief freeholder (1734) and 
his present representative, 23, 76. Lands 
held by Gilford hospital, 289, 291. 

East Haddon, Northamptonshire, claim of 
the lord of, at Pevensey castle, 6, 282. 

Easthampnett manor, Borough English 
custom in, 6, 182. m 

East Hamptonett manor, yearly rent (141 1) 
10, 136. East Hartyng, seeHarting. 

East Hill, Hastings, excavations on, 9, 366. 
14, 65. 

East Hoathly (Hoadly. Hothly) comprised in a 
grant to a Pelham, 3, 22 1. Atmospheric phe- 
nomenon seen at, 4, 270. Diarist Turner 
a resident at, 11, 183. How the parish 
shifted a poor couple on to another parish, 
193. Thanksgiving for a victory, 204. 
Cock-fights, 207, 212. Brewer Tipper's 
visits, 214. Owners (15 14) of Gensing and 
Halland in, 14, 81. Its Domesday name, 
211. Yearly value of lands, &c. (1649) 
19, 208. Chief freeholder (i 734) and his 
present representative, 23, 76. Parish 
squabble with Laughton, 24 6. See 14, 



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loi. 207. 208L 21a. 213. Hxfkgh. Hjdi- 
l^h. HDCfalr. West Hoothlj. 
East Haachlr dmnJi. I^dham co^aixaacc <m 
tbCf 3> 222. 24y 7. Lonsford o^Tanoe^ 
3, 222. A Looslorl bulkt, 5, 82 mIc 
RirmcDt to ICcbeiham bv the vicar for a 
He's victuals 6v 14& Pillar ptsdna foond 
and re c j ojtcd , 8, 27^ Bmrfarfion for 
proridiiig^ the vicar with bceecfaes, 11, 187. 
The parsoo*s arms quota, 227. Crown 
|*RsnV l afinns, 12, 257. 21, 52. BcUs, 

16, 183. 188. 194. 212. 

East Hunt, fonner name for Horst MoocnUt 

or HerstmoQcniz, 11, 51. 
East Ichcnor, former patrao of, 11, no. 1 

Cfoim pcrsfnratiooT 21, 52. Ste Itcfacnor. ■ 
East India oompanj, result o£ intiigaes o£ 

the, 5, 23. 
East Knowie, meaning o^ 14, 210. East 

Knofwk wood, 230. 
EasTlandc, John, Cowdcn, 20, 109. 
East Lavant manor, Boroagfa Engl^ costoms 

in, 6, 182. Admission of a Lewknor des- 

ccndoit, 12, 86 nair. Church bell, 16, 

194. 216. Early and cxxywn presentations, 

17, 107. 21, 52. 
East Marden, crown presentations to, 12, 257. 

21, 48. Chief freeholder (1734) and his 

present representative, 23, 76. 
EaJst Mascall^ and the Newtons, 9, 312. 

Family papers there, 315. Purchaser cf 

the estate, and his successor, 323. View of 

the house, 324. Claim by a MascaU, and 

chancery proceedings thereon, 326. 5ee 

Newton Family. Set aim 11, 1. 5. 
Easton farm and chapel in Sidlcshara, 12, 77. 
Easton, W. gift to Ninfield church by, 17, 61. 
East Preston, bene£au:tion to poor of, 16, 37. 

Church bells, 149-221. Chief fineeholdcr 

(1734) and present representative, 23, 76. 
Eastridge, 16, 251. 
East Smithfield, Middlesex, collection at 

Marcsfield for, 21, 215. 
East Wittering church, dedication of, 12, 80. 

Crown presentation, 257. 
Eastworth (East Easewrith) hundred, 23, 

220. Parliamentary survey, 236. Site of 

the hundred court, 239. 
Eating, drinking, &c, hard work, 25, 196. 
Eaton, H, Hastings, property held by, 14, 68. 
Eaton, Robert, mayor of Chichester, royalist 

composition paid by, 5, 37. 19, 94. 
Ebbs, Jn, cottage encroachment of, 23, 301. 
Ebbs, Joseph, copyholder, Maresfield, 24, 214. 
Ebemoe, traces of iron works at, 2, 212. 
Ebora, and the Eborenses, boundary stone, 

16, 10. 
Ebome, Sam. incumbent, Amberley, 17, 234. 
Ecclesbounne, coin washed up near, 14, 66. 
Ecclesden, part of Fescamp abbey possessions, 

its later owners, &c, 23, 132. 



Kfrir^bi a i cal eonu nvMimit 1 s manor in 

ling bdi by, 13, 248. Cfanich repairs 
ffffftfd by, 14, 1 29. 

Eodesiastics abandoamenft of their family 
names by, 9, 170L 

EcJKnmn (Domcsdav) Osboncfs holding in, 
10, 65. 

Edhmgbam (Ecfayngfaam, Ktrhingham, Itch- 
ingbam) fnmaoes at, 3, 241. 243. 345. 
2^. 16, 16. Old mansion c£ Haremare, 
299. Sob-manor, 21, 121. P iopcity of 
tbe Tyrwfaitts, 21, 23 naie. Topography, 
17, 1*73. Set 14, 209. 

Ecfaingfaam cfaorcfa, tiles in, peculiar fea- 
tures of, &c 2, 241 note, 273. 275. 
Valoatioa of the parish (1649) 6, 58. 
Fahmpsest brass, lO, 210. Parson's arras 
quota, 11, 226. Patron of the church, 
13, 145. Legend of the bell in the church 
moat, 227. Church bdls, 16, 166. 194. 
208. Sir G. Strode's hdmct, &c, 19, 1 10. 
Crown pirsni atio ns 21, 53. Monumen- 
tal brasses, 23, IS3-"5S- See 15, 159- 

EcHivGHAM Chukch, by William Slater, 9, 
343-360. Beauty of the site, notices of the 
founder, his predecessors and suocesscvs, 
343-347. Relics of a previous church. 
Foreign charactmstics of the existing 
edifice, 347. Ground plan, longitudinal 
section, dimensions, &c, 348. Remains of 
sacristy, and chantry found, Uid noie. 
Heraldic vane of the 14th cent, 349. The 
windows, 350. Noteworthy features of the 
interior : chanod stalls, encaustic tHes, font, 
351. Brasses to the founder, and others of 
his famfly, 352-355. Arms originally in 
the winctows, evidence of date thereby 
afforded, &c, 356-359. Society's visit; 
need for, and character of restoration re- 
solved cm, 360. 

Echingham, Echyngham, Etchingfaam family, 
visit of Edw. III. and his queen at the man- 
sion of, 2, 168 noie. Arms borne by them, 
4, 311. 6, 82. 83. 13, 25. Same in 
church windows, &c, 8, 28. 173. Spencer 
Hall's *' Echyngham of Echyngham," 6, 
87. Similarity between the Echingham 
and Wybame brasses, 8, 20. 21. Eching- 
ham and Hoo marriages, 8, no. 119. See 
Westkeckenham. 

Echingham, Ela de, temp, John, ¥rrit respect- 
ing sea walls issued against, 9, 344- 

Echingham, Elizabeth, married to Sir G. 
Ozenbridge, 8, 219. Property thereby ac- 
quired by him, ibid, 

Echingeham, Falco de,3, 51. 

Echingham, Joan, daughter of Sir Roger, 

3, 95- 
Echingham, John de, living given by Edw. I. 

to, 6, 144. 
Echingham (Echyngham) Robert de, two of 



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the name, commissions granted to, &c, 6, 
52. 9, 296. 

Echingham (Echingeham, Etchyinham) Si- 
mon, Symon, Simeon de, caution of the Lewes 
monks in dealing with, 2, 1 7. Documents wit- 
nessed by, 6, 132. 9,235. Watercourse, &C, 
granted to Robertsbridge abbey by, 8, 161 
note. Stewardship claimed by, 9, 3431 344. 
Lands held by, 17, 257. See 3, 51. 91. 

Echingham, Thomas de, joined in a com- 
mission to retake Bodiam castle, 9, 293. 
See\3i 117. 

Echingham (Echynghame) Walter lord de, 
Joan de, and Robert, yearly value, in 
141 1 -1 2, of manors, lands, &c, held by, 
10, 143. 145. 

Echingham, Sir William de, 3, 91. 

Echingham, Echyngham, William de, multi- 
farious claims surrendered to Lewes priory 
^Xi 2, 15, 16. Charter granted to him, 168 
note. Present to Edw. IIL by, 6, 45. War- 
denship conferred on him, 46. Churches 
and church property given to Robertsbridge 
abbey by, 8, 161. 13, 146. Deeds wit- 
nessed by, 9, 241. 278. 343. Battel abbey 
suit against, 17» 42. 

Echingham, William and John de, 14, 112. 

Echinghams and Earls of Eu, lO, 63. 

Eckington ( Achintone) ancient name for Rype, 
6, 137 7iote. 5etf 14, 211 ntUe, 15, 163. 
See also Eighington. 

Eclyshame (Icklesham) manor, yearly value 
(141 1) 10, 144- 

Edburton, Edburghton, chantry founded by 
W. de Northo in, 10, no. Antiquities, 
found, 210. Parson's arms quota, 11, 227. 
Dedication of church, 12, 105. Crown pre- 
sentations, 257. 21, 53. Church bells, 
16, 151. 194. 208. Common fine payable 
by the township, 23, 237. See 18, 103. 

Eddlewarth, gift to the templars of lands in, 
9, 257. 

Eddystone lighthouse, blown down, 2, 127 
?iote, 12, 55 note. 

Ede, Mr, sent on an electioneering mission by 
the duke of Somerset, 23, 81. 

Ede, Mr, Mrs, Kitt, and Molly, in the Mar- 
chant diary, 25, 168. 171. 176. 178. 180. 
181. 183. 193. 

Ede, Stephen, subsidy juror, 20, 7. 

Ede, Thomas, church bequest by, 12, no. 

Ede, William, proof of age by, 12, 31. 

Eden, William, parliamentary surveyor, 25, 

56. 57- 
Eden, tradition of the holy mountain in, 22, 

75. See Paradise. 

Ederuhe, John, proof of age by, 12, 44. 

Edes, Dr, precentor of Chichester, reception 
given to the d. of Monmouth by, 7, 169, 
170. His clandestine transaction relative 
to Bosham lease, 8, 196. His suit as custos 



of St Mary's hospital with his predecessor's 

representatives, 24, 57, 58. 
Edes, Mr, 25, 196. 
Edgar, King, and Sir Bevis of Hampton, 4, 

34» 35- Southease granted by, 13, 6. 

Lanck restored to Wulfric by, 15, 4. See 

Eadgar. Eadger. 
Edgar, Mary, and her two husbands, monu- 
mental slabs to, 8, 30. 
Edgcumbe, hon. Richard, arms of, 25, 95. 
Edgehill battle, 11, 25. 
Edgwina, abbess, seduction and abduction of, 

11, 118. 
Edicts: Amboise, 13, 192. Nantes, 3, 121, 

151 notes, 13, 180. 202. 
Edilwalch, or Edelwalch, Saxon king, faith 

and (^te of, 4, 73. By whom converted, 

74. Scene of his battle with Caedwalla, 

16, 264. 267. 17, 189. 

Edinburgh (circa 166 1) a ghastly sight at, 

10, 18, 19. 

Edith, Harold's mistress or queen, improba- 
bility of the popular story relative to, 6, 35. 
Norman calumnies against her refuted, 19, 
79, 80. 

Edlueston hundred, 13, 81. 14, 210, 211. 

Edmead, Mr, fishmonger, 25, 168. 169. 

Edmere, yearly value of lands in (141 1) 10, 

143. 
Edmondes, Sir Thomas, 16, 30. 

Edmondes, W. armada contribution, 1, 33. 

Edmonds family, founder of the, their arms, 

&C, 12, 92, 93, notes, 
Edmonds, Geo. subsidy commr, 15, 71. 
Edmonds, parson, water benefits oonfo'red on 

Petworth by, 14, 23. 19, 137. 
Edmonds, Thomas, knighthood comp, 16, 50. 
Edmondsbury abb^, precedence assigned to, 

17, 21. 

Edmonson on heralds' visitations, 19, 193. 
On the Love and St. John families, 23, 

35 «<>'<?• 
Edmund, abp. of Canterbury, indulgence for 

raising funds granted to Bayhamby, 9, 152. 

Edmund Ironside defeats the Danes, 23, 208. 
Their subsequent victory, 209. 

Edmund de Laiigele, son of Edw. Ill, estates 
granted to, 6, 1 28. 

Edmunds's derivation of Racton, 23, 2. 

Edolphe, Thomas, 14, 228. 

Edridge, John, cinque ports baron, 15, 182. 

Edsall, John, Withyham, 24, 203. 

Edshaw, John, Chailey, royalist composition 
levied on, 19, 94. 

Education, places of, before the reformation, 
6, 149 note. Dialogue between master and 
pupil, 150, 151. Custom with young men 
of family denounced by Milton, 10, 1,2. A 
gentleman's son taught for threepence, and 
a squire's daughter for sixpence a week, 

11, 186. 23, 47. 



EDWARD. 



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EDWARD. 



Edward the Confessor, find of silver pennies, 
&c, of, particulars relative to his mints, &c, 
1, 38-42. 11, 171. 19, 189. 20, 215- 
217. 219. 221. 21, 92. Deprives his 
wife of queenly honours, 4, 84. No match 
for the violence of his times, ilid. His re- 
buke to Godwine, 85. His promise to 
Sweyne, 88. Last of his race, 89. His 
grants to Fecamp abbey, 5, 1 16. 6, 66, 
07. 20, 214. Manors and hundred held 
by him, 8, 193. 14, 120. 16, 135. 
Hamsey in his reign, 17, 71. His grant 
to the Cinque ports, 12, 162. Visits Nor- 
mandy with Harold, 19, 75. Cure effected 
by his ghost on Harold, 79. Lewes bur- 
gesses belonging to him, 21, 91 note. 
Touching for the evil practised by him, 25, 
204, 205. See 6, 3. 14, 66. 18, 9. 

Edward the elder, 4, 76. 80. 

Edward the martyr, 4, 82. 91. Coins of, min- 
ted in Sussex, 9, 370. 

Edward, duke of York (1405) a prisoner at 
Pevensey, 3, 219 note, 6, 273. 

Edvrard, prince (temp. Hen. III.) 13, 5. 

Edward 1, 1, 166, 173, 181, 188 notes. His 
offerings to the shrines of four saints, 189 
note. His grants to St. Mary's hospital, 
Chichester, 2, 2, 3. His dealings with 
Lewes priory, 19. Delivered (when prince) 
to Simon de Montfort as a hostage, 28. 
Ascends the throne, 30. His visits to 
Lewes, 32, 33. Banishes his son from his 
presence, 81. 84. Rhyme on his forced 
journey from Lewes, 137. His journeys 
and sojourns in Sussex, 137, 138. 140- 
143* 153* 155-160. Gifts to St. Richard's 
shrine, 139. 140. 151. His expenditure, 
oblations, &c, at various places, 143-152, 
154-159. Large purchases of candles to 
bum before shrines on his account, 157. 
At Herstmonceux, 4, 135. Expedition 
(when prince) to the Holy Land, 146. 
Family claiming lineal descent from him, 
306. Papal grant to him in aid of a 
crusade, 5» 229. Remarkable escape from 
death at Winchelsea, 275, 276. Local 
privileges granted to Walter de Lisle, 6, 
49. His dispute with the abbot of Fecamp, 
67. Results of his inquiries into the ex- 
cesses of his nobles, 115. His mass-offer- 
ings on the death of a young de Warenne, 
117. Sends another de Warenne to a tour- 
nament, 119. His alliances, &c, with the 
de Bars, and consequences of their siding 
with him, 1 19-122. His statute of mort- 
main, its occasion and object, 135. 8, 68. 
24, 48. At Michelham, 6, 144. Upshot 
of a wine inquest ordered by him, 221, 222. 
His custom of ordering masses for deceased 
kinsfolks, 8, 69. Visits at Robertsbridge, 
173. At Bayham, 9, 178. Statute re- 



stricting abuse of their privilege by the 
templars, 232. Grant evidencing his grati- 
tude to Sir Adam de Gurdon, 11, 97. 
Grants of free warren, 13, iii. His <tis- 
putes relative to Hastings priory, 147-150. 
An occasional dweller in Chichester, 15, 
168. His Sussex heronry, 17» 122. His 
episcopal supporter in his Scottish wars, 

20, 6. His progresses through Midhurst 
and East Grinstead, 8. 150. At Mayfield, 

21, I. Subsidy levied by him, 2. See 4, 
113. 115. 11, 122. 14, 42. 47. 

Edward I, III, and VI, legislation by, relative 
to contraband trade in wool, 10, 69. 70. 
71. 72 note, 73. 

Edward II, when Prince 'of Walks, Let- 
ters written in Sussex by: by W. H. 
Blaauw, M.A, F.S.A, 2, 80-98. Discovery 
of the letters, 80. His dissolute conduct, 

81. Why banished from the court, 81. 84. 
86. Horse purchases he wished to make, 

82. Result of his intimacy with Abp. 
Winchelsea, 83. His letter seeking aid 
for himself and church preferment, &c, for 
his friends, 86-89. 91. 93, 94. 96. Letters 
to judges on behalf of incriminated parties, 
88. 90. 91. His rebuke to the prior of 
Coventry, 92. A gleam of favour from 
his father, 98. Groceries supplied to him, 
95. His ^orts to obtain the society of his 
friends, 96. His pastime while in disgrace, 
restoration to favour, &c, 97. Vindictive 
conduct towards the bishop of Chester ; 
favours heaped on Gavaston, 98. 

Edward II, his visits to Battle and other 
parts of Sussex, in 1324, by W. H. Blaauw, 
M.A, F.S.A, 6, 41-52. Summoned to do 
homage to the French king, 42. Pur- 
chases of spices, &c : his fondness for fruit, 
43. At Begeham (Bayham). Arrival at 
Battle, &c, 44. Presents received and given, 
44-50. At Pevensey, Eastbourne, Bishop- 
stone, Horsham, Petworth, &c, 46-49. His 
love of music, 50. At Dureford and Mares- 
field, 51. His ultimate fate, 52. 

Edward II, plea rolls of, relating to Bay- 
ham abbey, by Rev. George Miles Cooper, 
11, 121-126. 

Edward U, 4, 107. 113. 114. His revenge 
on John de Fienes, 143. His settlement of 
a matrimonial scandal, 6, 125, 126. His 
suit against Michelham priory, 143. Re- 
laxes tihe statute of mortmain, 7, 167. Pro- 
hibits foreign jurisdiction in England, 8, 72. 
Visits at Dureford, Chesworth, and Roberts- 
bridge, 76. 77. 97 note. 173. His demands 
on Robertsbridge, &c, 160, 161. Instigated 
to persecute the templars, 264-266, Kept 
his stud at Ditchling, 13) 241 note, 261. 
His hunting seat, 14, 45. King-standing 
hill, 49. Letter from him, 16, 136. His 



EDWARD. 



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EGGLESTONE. 



dealing with the Ashburnam oaks, 17, ii6. 
Why a petition of his to the corporation of 
London was not complied with, 22, 198, 

199. See 9, 178. 14, 42. 47. 120. 17, 33. 
Edward II. and III, and Pevensey castle, 18, 

H3- 
Edward III, foreign monks expelled from 

Lewes by, 2, 19. Occasion of his sojourn 
at Echingham, 168 note. Care-takers of 
the kingdom in his absence, 3, 89 note. 
His institution of the order of the garter, 
4, 3-5. Why he interdicted communica- 
tion between Yarmouth and the cinque 
ports, 113. His naval expedition against 
the French and preparations for same, 1 18, 
119. His tailorings and upholsterings, 
amnesties to murderers, &c, on the occasion, 
1 19-122. His dealing with one who ''ren- 
dered help to his enemies," 143. Sent, while 
prince of Wales, to France, 6, 42. 51. A 
proposed bride for him, 45. Detained in 
France, 52. His visits to Sussex, 53. His 
dealings with the property of the de War- 
ennes, 127. Rh3rmed grant of land by him, 
7, 213. Petition of the ** povres chaipelyns 
de Dureford," 8, 78. His dealings with, 
and visits to Robotsbridge, 161. 171, 172. 
Rights confirmed to the parson and chap- 
lain of Maresfield, 9, 42. A lineal descen- 
dant, 135. Revenues of alien priories 
seized by him 10, 104. Ships and men con- 
tributed by Shoreham, 16, 233. Special 
grace and peculiar rights granted and con- 
firmed to Battel abbey, 17, 6. 42. Sub- 
sidies levied, 21, 2. 4. Epithet bestowed 
on his "vadlet" by, 22, 199. Pension 
granted to Chaucer as one of his valets, 

200. Bailiwick granted to John of Gaunt, 
24, 219. Heraldry in his time, 25, 89. 
See 14, 42. 44. 47. 71. 75. 79. 214. 20, 3. 

Edward IV, at Chichester, 6, 53. Bequest of 
tapestry, &c, by, 7t 38 note. Manor, &c, 
granted to his queen, 85. 17, 151. 20, 
135. Brave end of an adherent of, 17, 

7«>» 77- 
Edward IV, and VI, barons of cinque ports 

at coronations of, 15, 180. 183, 184. 

Edward V, a Lewknor summoned to the coro- 
nation of, 17, 80. 

Edward VI, progress in Sussex of, by J. 
G. Nichols, F.S.A, 10, 195-204. Difficulty 
of provisioning the royal train ; the king's 
own confession on the point, 195. 198, 199. 
Effect on royal progresses of the dissolution 
of religious houses, 196. Errors of previous 
writers relative to this king's sojourn in 
Sussex, 197. Calendar of his progress, 197, 
198. At Petworth, 198, 199. 201. His 
reception at Cowdray, Halnaker, &c, and 
own description thereof, 201-203. 

Edward VI, fate of a groom porter of, 3* 89. 



17, 80. 97. His orders relative to altars, 
the prayer book, &c 4, 252 note. 6, 244 
note. " Excessively bankettcd ** at Cowdray, 
5, 185. At Petworth, 6, 53. 14, 7. A 
jeu d'esprit of his time, 9, 363. Land 
sold or exchanged by, 16, 241. 25, 42. 
Paintings relating to him, 18, 92. ** Our 
only jewel,*' &c, 21, 79 note. Chantry 
sold by, 22, 157. See 13, 312, 313. 22, 

23. 82. 

Edwards, Plantagenet kings, distingubhing 
reference to the, 25, 137 note. 

Edwards, Abr. manor bought by, 9, 314. 

Edwards, J. tragical end of a son of, 9, 438. 

Edwards, John, sherilT of Sussex, costume of 
javelin men of, 13, 230. Knighthood com- 
positions paid by three Johns, 16, 47, 48. 

Edwards, John, certificate " fetched out of 
Durham" by, 19, 85. His wife and de- 
scendants, 88. 

Edwards, Richard, parson, arms quota of, 11, 
225. Edwards, Richard, 14, 134. 22, 118. 

Edwards, W. incumbent, Denton (1687) 9, 97. 

Edwin (or Eadwine) and Moroere defeated by 
Harold, 19, 78. 

Edying, John, baptism mentioned by, 12| 40. 

Eede, John, trade token, 24, 134. 

Eedle, Rev. Edward, vicar, South Bersted, 

24, 134. 25, 121. 

Eels, rent paid in, 5, 270. 272. 
Eflkird, John, vicar, Sutton, 17, 161. 
Effigies, diminutive, Mr. W. S. Walford, F.S.A, 

on, 1, 128-130. 
Effingham, earl of, his ancestry, 9, 1 29. 
Effingham, William Howard, baron of, manor 

given by Ql. Eliz. to, 18, 80. 
Efiington (Offington) township, common 

fine charged on, 23, 238. 
Effiicksfeld, 14, 97. 
Egbert, ** first monarch of all England," 4, 

72. 74. 89. 5, 128. Proof of a river's 

name from a charter of, 15, 153. His 

bell-ringing command, 16, 139. 
Egdean, dedication of church, 12, 89. Grant 

to Tipper and Dawe, 13, 46. Church bell, 

16, 208. 259. 

Egeline, John de, poaching complaint ag^ainst, 

17, 120. 

Egendon, Wm. de, preceptor of the templars at 
Shipley, arrested, 9, 266. 267. Confronted 
with his aorusers, his examination, sub- 
mission, abjuration, &c, 268-274. 

Egerley, David Llewellyn, rector of West- 
bourne (1530- 1 5 52) value of the rectory, 
&C, 22, 94. 101. Vicar presented by him, 
109. 

Egerton, rev. J. C, rector of Burwash, 21, 135. 

Eggele manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 13a. 

Egglestone, Wm, mayor of and M.P. for 
Winchelsea, certificate of town records made 
by, 8, 201. 234« 



EGGLISFELD. 



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ELIZABETH. 



Eg-glisfdd, John, monk of Bayham, 9^ 165. 
His offence and punishment, 166. 

Eggs, large quantity ordered from Sussex for 
queen Eleanor, 17, 118, 119. 

Eghynton, see Eighington. 

Egilden, John, " benevolence " contributed by, 
14, 82. 

Egles of Copwood, Uckfield, family of, their 
arms, &c, 9, 216. 12, 19. 25, 95. 

Eglesden manor, origin of the name of, 6, 88. 

Eglesham (Icklesham) derivation of, 6, 88. 
See Ecly shame.' 

Egmont, George James Percival, 6th earl of, 
20, 26. Cowdray opened (1867) to the 
Sussex Archaeological Society by his courtesy, 
22, 188. 

Egremont arms, iim sign, 10, 187. 

Egremont, earl of, 3, 238. Ancient canoe 
given to the British museum by, 10, 148. 
Church clock, &c, given to Petworth, 12, 96. 
Racing stables, 15, 77. River improve- 
ment, 16, 259. New market house at Pet- 
worth, 19, 137. Advowson bought by, 
22, 13. Creation of the earldom, 25, 189. 

Egyleston, Egelston, William and Thomas, 
mayors of Winchclsea, 23, 34, 35. 

Egyptian mythology, Christian parallel to a 
custom in, 2, 130, 131. Antiquities from 
Egypt, 8, 281. 

''Egyptians'* hanged at Durham, 4, 276. 

Eighington, Eghynton, Ecking^n, advowson 
given to Michelham, 6, 173. Borough 
English custom in the manor, 182. Yearly 
value (141 1) 10> 143. 

Eight Bells, inn sign, 10, 191. 

Eilme, Thomas, Winchelsea, custodian of the 
royal galleys, 23, 21. 

Ejectment of abbey tenants by pulling down 
their houses, 9, 177. 

Elbe passed by Charles V, 11, 165. 

Elberte, Jacobe, " cast a waye at Seaford," 

7, 117- 

Elbow Gate Gill, 24, 197. 

Elchester, William, prior of Durham, circula- 
tion of the obituary roll of, 9, 13. 

Eldbury, 12, 37 note. 

Elder, Mr, 25, 193. 196. 197. 

Eldeiton, E. monument of the wife of, 17, 96. 

El dorado, a possible English, 14, 208 note. 

Eldridge, Bryan, bellfounder, 16, 158 iiote. 
161. 168, 178, notes. Notices of the family 
and their bells, 168. 169. Five of the 
name, 196. Eldridge, Will. Bozgrove bell 
recast by, 15, no. 

Eldritune, see Aldrington. 

Eleanor, queen of Henry III, 4, 133. Act in- 
stigated by her, 142. Only female ever 
entrusted with the great seal, 8, 157 note. 
Supplies ordered from Sussex for, 17, 118. 
Gave Pevcnsey castle to Peter of Savoy, 19, 
31 note. 



Election correspondence. Rye, 9, 56-60. Treat- 
ing, 60 note. Election expenses, caHoos 
memoranda of, 10, 50 note. 

Electioner, duties of an, 11, 187. 

Electrical machine (1761) 11, 207. 

Elfric, Saxon chronicler, on the death ci God- 
wine, 4, 85. See 87. 

Elias, master, marshal of Seaford, deed ¥rit- 
nessed by, 25, 139. 

Eliet, William, Rye baron, 17, 125. 

Eliott. See Elliott. Elyot. 

*^ Elixer propietatus," 25, 185. 

Elizabeth, electress palatine, letters to and 
from, 4, 221-224. 

Elizabeth, empress of Russia, advantag-e to 
Frederick the great of the death of, lO, 
45 note. 

Elizabeth, Qubbn, Visits to Sussbx of, by 
W. D. Cooper, F.S.A, 5, 190-197. Places 
visited, 190-193. Her oak tree at Northiam, 
190. Her well at Rye, 191 note. A host 
unwilling to entertain her, 193-195* An- 
other anxious for the honour, 196, 197. 

Elizabeth, queen, delighted with a gift of silk 
stockings, 1, 84 note. Her progress thro* 
the Sussex roads, 104 note. A *' serpent's 
tongue" gift, 185 note. Anecdote of her 
and Bacon, 2, 131. Archbishop Parker's 
complaint to her, 187. Her present to 
him, 233. Her room at Mayfield, 
233. 243. Her act of grace towards 
the Lewknors, 3, 89. Iron works held by 
her, 242. 243. Sussex church property 
g^nted to the Sackvilles by, 4, 5^ 57. 
Record of her death in a Sussex register, 
256. Honour conferred on a Shirley at Rye, 
5, 14. Her rebuke to Anthony Sherley, iS. 
The like to lord Arundel, t^ note. Her 
suspicious temper, 20. Her magnificent 
feastings at Cowdray, 185-187. Her 
liking for lord Montague, 188. 7, 18 r. 
Her grants of Rusper priory, 5, 249 nnte. 
250. Grant of the decayed haven of Seaford 
by, 7, 80. Referred to as " the Prince," 
175. Lord Montague's devotion to her, 
180. Gold and enamelled bound book 
possessed by, 8, 224. Engraving of the 
cover, 225. Her ivory folding hat, 308. 
Model of her chamber at Mayfield, 324. 
Her portrait on Saxton's map, 324. At 
Easeboume priory, 9, 30. 31. Coins of 
found, 44. Fees of her crown odfioers in 
Sussex, 107, 108. Alleged sedition spoken 
against her, 139-144. Bayhara abbey 
granted by her, 181. Verses on her death, 
319 note. Complaint of the English wool- 
growers to, 10, 72. Ruinous consequences 
to her nobility of her visits to them, 196. 
Characteristic of the reign of, 11, i. Her 
faculty for selecting able men, 7. Her 
Gounol on the defence of Sussex, 147-170. 



ELIZABETH. 



[ ^33 ] 



ELLIS. 



[See Defence of Sussex.] Small coins issaed 
by her, 171. Her sense of the need for more 
such, 172. Feudal document of her reign, 
12» 140. Aid furnished by her to the French 
and Flemish Protestants, 13, i8a. 193. 
Purport of bull of Pius V. against her, 193 
note. Latin sentences ascribed to her, 314. 
Their date and occasion unknown, 315. 
Exhibition of forest stock to her, 14, 49. 
Her Scottish buck-killing exploit, 50. Her 
aid sought towards restoring Hastings pier, 
83. 91. Her warrant concerning same, 84. 
Chantry granted to Hastings by her, 98. 
Her grant to the bishops of Chichester, 123. 
Anthony Copley's mischievous goings-on 
reported to her, 264. Her proclamation 
against the removal of bells, 16, 156. At 
Stanstead house, 266. Bexlie or Bexhil 
granted to Lord Buckhurst by her, 19, 22. 
Her prophecy, 146. Her reason for giving 
Knole to the Sackville family, 162. Her 
visit to Mayfield, 21, 20, 21. Plotters 
against her, 85. 87. 87 note. Her injunc- 
tion relative to parish registers, 22, 23. 
Fable of a female parliament in her days, 
172. Her deer-shootings atCowdray, 187, 
188. Scandal as to her relations with Dud- 
ley, earl of Leicester, 23* 5-7. Her request 
to de Quadra, 6 Jiote, Solid breakfasts of 
her court, 38. Addition to the female adorn- 
ments of her time, 50. Store set on Lady 
Tirwhitt's *' Prayers and Meditations " by, 
24, 23. One of her doctors in physic, 35. 
Her letters patent to St Mary's hospital, 
Chichester, 53. Lands, ironworks, &c, 
granted to Sir John Carrill by her, 230, 
23 2 « 240. Marsh lands granted by her to 
various parsons, 274-276, 278. See 116 
note. Armorial reminiscence of her at Par- 
ham, 25, I. Her portraits there, 3. 15. 
16. Architectural compliment paid to her, 
81 note. Her touch-pieces, 206. Form used 
by her in touching for the evil, 207. 210. 
See 12, T92. 202. 256. 13, 180. 14, 44. 82. 

Elizabeth (Woodville) queen of Edward IV, 
Seaford and East Grinstead granted to, 7, 
85. 17, 15'. 20, 135. 

Elizabeth of York, marriage of, 7, 25. 

'* Elizabeth Reine de Bohesme," portrait and 
notice of, 8, 319. 

Elizabethan architecture, 25, i, 2. Actual 
period uf so-called Elizabethan houses, 3. 

Elkham, John, proof of age by, 12, 33. 

Ella and Cissa, 1, 5. 

Ella, king of Sussex, 3| 181. Anderida be- 
sieged and destroyed by, 6, 91. 92. 102. 
GLuery as to the destruction^ 271. Invited 
into England by Hengisjt, 15, 165. His 
march to Chichester, &c, 166. 

Ellacombe, Rev. H. J. his work on belfries 
and bells, 16, 138 note. 



Ellerton abbey, Yorkshire, exchange, 12, 265. 

Ellesham, Uncolnshire, probable derivation 
of the Halshams from, 9, 369. 24, 34. 
Founder of Ellesham priory, 35 note. 

Ellesmere, earl of, archseological guide by, 
2, 263. 

Ellestede, Ellistede, Elstead, Elsted, Elvestede, 
memorial of Sussex iron work ui the church 
of, 2, 205. Tithes given to Durcford abbey, 
8, 151. Yearly value of the manor (141 1) 
10, 133. Advowson given to Boxgrove 
priory, 15, 93. Its valuation, 119, 120. 
Church bells, 16, 144. 208. 

Ellestede, Bartholomew de, knt, land given 
to Boxgrove priory by, 15, 95. 

Ellingdene, Jo. arms quota of, 11, 226. 

Elliott, General (afterwards Lord Heathfield) 
letter to Sir Thos. Wilson from, 10, 51. 

Elliott, James, on the Romney marshes, 6, 
104 7iote, 

Elliott, Lawrence, of Yapton, arms of, 25, 9.^. 

Elliott, Mr, on the last remains of the castle 
of the de Says, 17, 74, 75. On the de Say 
tomb at Hamsey, 95, 96. 

Elliott, Mr, Lewes antiquary, 24, 92. Lega- 
tee of his MSS, 93. See Elyott. 

Elliott, or Eliott, Obadiah and Richard, hold- 
ings and rentals of, 23, 305. 24, 202. 
211. 

Elliott, Robert, F.S.A, Roman anti^ruities, 
ancient lock, &c, exhibited by, 8, 291. 
311* 330. Information furnished by, 16, 
260 note, 

Ellis land, and "little birdes*' lands, held by 
W. Ellis, 23, 289. 292. 

Ellis family, Amberley, 17, 223. Hamsey, 108. 

Ellis, the fuller, 25, 185. 186. 

Ellis, Charles, birth of a doubtful son to» 14 
204. 

Ellis, Charles Rose, afterwards Lord Seaford, 
7, 110, His mansion, 126. 

Ellis, Edmund, on cock-throwing at Shrove- 
tide, 1, 68 note. 

Ellis, Edmund, East Grinstead, his wife a 
martyr's granddaughter, 20, 152. 

Ellis, Edward, M.A, vicar of Westboume, 
preferments contemporaneously held by, 
22, III. 

Ellis, George, ancestors of, 20, 153. Por- 
trait given to Sackville college by, 156. 

Ellis, Henry, of Horsham, 24, 228. 

Ellis, STir Hbmry, K.H, F.R.S, F.S.A. 

Papers by : — 

On Justices of the Peace in Sussex 

(J587) 2, 58-60. 
On the Lease of the Free Chapel of Mid- 
hurst, 3, 23-25. 
Notices of Richard Curteys, bishop of 

Chichester, 1570-82, 10, 53-58. 
On the Commissioners of Sewers for the 
Lewes Levels, 10, 95-99* 



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On the ori.^ d the arms ol some Sas- 

scK farr-TT<s. 6, 71-89. 
Sobndr icti of Lcwcs rape (1621) 9a 

71-88. 
Ob aqiali opsonthecarisol Ea. and smne 
of their pcesoincd dcscendaoCs* 10» 

On the drscmt o£ the manor of Horst- 
pierpoint and of its lords, 11, 50-88. 

On the origin of some Sussex families 
24, 25-40. 

On Bodgcn's, nnoffidal beialdic Tiska- 
tion of Sussex, 25, 85-iooL 

Minor C^tmmunicationsi—On effigies in 
Ifidd chaicfa, 8, 26;, 268. On the 
Uncage of John Scldcn, 271. On 
names in Lewes rape sabsidj roU (i 296) 
^73f 274* ^^ Snsscx crasadGrs, 9, 
3^4 » 5^5* On nnappropriated arms 
at Rohortsbridge abbey, 9, 368, 369. 
Or. the Gak family, 13. 307. On the 
origin of the Coverts, 310. Notes on 
Mary Sergison's rtiymcd epistle, 14, 
266. On the emblems of St. James 
of Compostella, 22, 142, 143. His 
derivation of Saunzaver challenged, 
and his reply, 25, 236, 237. See 6, 
191 7U>U. 10, 166. 13, 80 noU. 15, 
13 no/e, 16, 301. 22, 220. 
Elliif, or Elless, Fras, diarist Tamer's com- 
panionship with and estimate of, 11, 188. 
194. 200. 204. 212. 216. 



■JKJL%. 



KzT. Eav&xd BoTS, 3LA, rector of 



1 




254. 255. On family names in 
r:a iM to 18 12, 22, 22-29. 
Kttc oc ifae mppuM c d monastcfy 
lenomrsam. is^. Scr 6, 223. 24, 

S« I&. i^j wfr. 
L.^. Eats::??, rasasarpts of Ifidd 



■>br. 22. 214-220. Sappk- 
L. i!St Jif Ssssexcradcsmcn*s tokens, 236. 
Or ScasKx t r>Vvma *s tokens, 24, 122. 

Cr^Vjsir "^ * »^»^"i*»- Muciiptiuos, 300-303 ■ 
EsTcr iKBcsKBCal insczipboos, 25, 220- 

FT'naT, >:C3&. Ikiwkk advowsan pmcliased 




ry. 6t 243. 

]|lr, snaaonal paymcot cfaarjgBd on 

^ 14v 263. 24,'220l 

EHr^as. Mr. B. H. 24^ 123 mute. 

EL-taa garr-Zy. monnanr insoriptioas, 20, 89. 

EUvcod. Thomas, bow he became a qiiakcr, 



5.^ 

EZt^ Ajcxai^der, 14^ 154. 

EZrs. Rk. cr-:c«ae ports baroo, 15, 189, 190. 

EI:=ker, or Elmar, Joseph, vicar of Ry^ 
crieatrczsg letter to S. Jeake from, 13, 62* 
6ju Dose of fats indnctioo, 275. 

Elnaeic. Niciv-^^Us. prior of Cakcto, 11, 108. 

Elcaecoa. John, waudcn of Sc Baidiolomcw'Sy 
Rye, 17. 13^ 

Elmcffc. Martin de. inqoisiKion juror, 20, 8. 

El^rckk ^Alphegus, JEIfecfa, Elfeck, Elfickc, El- 
fydke. Eiphecke. Elpbcge) ofienoes against 
fccal laws charged upon members of the 
£amihr, 7, 96. 98. 103. Mumdpal offices held 
by them, 98. loi. io6l Manor held by 
three of ifaem, 121. Dcriratioo of the name, 
descendants, mhTmarriagcs, &c, 128. 129. 
130b ftJigi c c, 131. Notable tesdmonial 
to a Thomas Elplucke, 150, 151. fCnigtit- 
hood compositions, 16, 47. 47 note, 49. 
Mr. Elhcke (Scaford) cinque ports com- 
mittee man, 17, 140. Thomas, E, jun, 
Offingtcn, E, and Thomas, E, suocessiTcIy 
portrcTCs of Seaford, 148. Richard E, a 
sharer in the proceeds of a wrtdk, 148. 149. 
Thomas E, bailiff of Seaford, &c, 152. 
Jurat, 155. Manor rented by Mm, 163. 
His subsidy assessment, itid. William E, 
captain of train band, 152. note 42. 
Quarrels of the Elphicks and Gratwi<^s, 
158. 159. Family inscriptions: Seaford, 
12, 244. Berwick, 254. See 14, 230. 
»55- 24, 15. 16. 

Elphick, Offington, tenant of the Gages, 19, 
114. Elphick, Richard, ** steepkhouse war- 
den,** Lewes, 16, 107. Elphick, Thomas, 
glebe land kased to, 12, 113. 'Elphkk, 
William, Roman remains found on the 
estate of, 5, 263-266. 

Elphicke, Edward, armada contribution , 1, 35. 



ELPHICKE. 



1^35 1 



BRIDGE. 



Elphicke, Hugh, Seaford, assistance refused 

to the bailiff by, 7, 98. 
Elphicke, John, trade token, 24, 128. 
Elrington, Edward, altar tomb of, erroneously 
. ascribed to a Shirley, 19, 63-65. Sir John 

and his wife Beatrix, 64. Richard, 63, 64. 
Elryngton, Sir John, licensed to krenellate, 

&c, 13, 116, 117. Elryngton, E. chief butler 

to Edward V, 13, 117. 
Elson, John, Knighthood comp, 16, 50. 
Elsted, see Ellestede de. 
Elston, Joseph, trade token, 24, 125. 
Elton, Yorkshire, original seat of the Wilsons, 

11, 7- 4^- 

Eltysle, R, prebendary of Bulverh}rthe, 13, 

Elvestede, see Ellestede. 

Elvey, E. and T, alias assumed by, 25, 191. 

Elvey, J, and T, message entrusted to, 25, 

194. 197. 
Elwes, Dodlby George Carey, F.S^A, on 

South Bersted, 24, 166-182. 25, 112- 

125. 
Ely, Edward, bishop of, man claimed from the 

bailiffs of Winchelsea by, 23, 33. 
Ely, stealing of a saint's body by the abbot 

of, 1, 51. The cathedral, 145. 147. Wil- 
liam, bishop of, 20, 2. Collection for 

suSerers by a fire at, 21, 211. 
Eiyot, Thomas, bailiff of Andrew Peverd, 12, 

39. Thomas, chaplain of Ernley, 4^ 
Elyott, or Elliott, Robert, of Hanckham, rents 

paid and land held by, 24, 252, 261, 281. 
Elys, Philip, incumbent, Midhurst, 20, 26. 
Elyzeus, "one good religious canon" at 

Michelham, 6, 148. 
Embrey, James, Lewes, 16, 81. 
Emerie, Robert, *' very poore man," his title 

deed mutilated by mice, 24* 243. 
Emery, Thomas and John, 13, 47. 
Emly castle, collection at Westboume for, 

22, 92. 

Emmerton, William, justice, 20, 100. 
Emmilsworth (Emsworth) ' church used by 

the inhabitants of, 22, 87. See Ems. 
Empshot, 16, 259. 
Ems the, Emille, Emilsworth, Emmes- 

worth, Emsworth, 16, 263-268. 18, 185. 

23, I. 9. 17. See Emmilsworth. 
Enbome, Berks, manorial custom relative to 

widows in, 25, 118 note. 

Encroachments by the nobles, complaints of 
the hundreds against, 6, 115, 116. 

Endelenewick, or Endleweek bailiwick, Ash- 
down forest, 14, 42, 43. Rents, 263. See 
Endlewick. 

Endlenewicke, in Wilmington, particulars 
relating to, 4, 64. 

Endlenewyke, Philip de, benefactor to Michel- 
ham priory, 6, 136. 

Endlewick manor. Parliamentary survey of. 



23, 222. Granted by James I. to Sir 
George Rivers, knt, and Thomas Bridges, 

24, 218. Alienation of same to Mr. 
Juxon; value of the fee farm rents, 219. 
Ignorance formerly prevailing relative to 
the site of this manor : researches of 
Rev. G. M. Cooper, ibid. Rev. E. Turner 
on the'* Endleweek rents," 219, 220. Hun- 
dreds comprised in the jurbdiction of the 
manor, 220. Particulars of the survey: 
Manorial courts, rents, fines, &c, 221, 222. 
Abstract of rents, &c, 223. 

Endor, witch of, 14, 32. 

Enefer, Henry, Hastings property held by, 
14, 68. 

Engfield family, descent of the, various spel- 
lings of the name, arms borne, &c, 9, 88 n. 

England, "a character of," by a French 
protestant, 1, 115. 

England, George, preventive man, convicted 
of murder, 10, 91. 

Englefield, Isabella, 12, 236. 

Engles, Robert, complaint on behalf of the 
templars by, 9, 259. 

Englescheville, Theobald de, litigation relative 
to a grant to the templars by, 9, 241, 242. 

Engleys, William per, release of the ship of, 
23, 25. 

Englis, Elizabeth, burial registry of, 25, 161. 

English channel, passage of Henry I. across 
the, 14, 121. 

English manuscript at Parham, 25, 11. 

English, Mr. parson, arms quota of, 11, 225. 

English, Mrs, land held by, 25, 54. 

English, Richard, holdings of, and rent paid 
by, 23, 288. 291. 

Englychs, John, at Agincourt, 15, 137. 

Enlewyk, Thomas, 6, 137. 

Enniskillen, earl of, 2, 265. 

Ensyng, Thos. mayor of Winchelsea, 23, 34. 

Enticknap, difference between the pronuncia- 
tion and spelling of the name, 24, 16. 

Eoster, anglo-Saxon goddess, 14, 209. 

Episcopal palaces, remains of, 2, 222. 

Epitaph, a quaint one, 20, 160 note, 

** Epithalamie *' on a Sussex marriage, 4, 97. 

Epiton, Epitoneum, Mr. Lower on Parry's in- 
terpretation of, 17, 8. 

Epsle, Stephen, William, and Simon, proof of 
age by, 12, 40. 

Erasmus on a dirty habit of his time and its 
evil consequences, 9, 175, 176. On bishop 
Fitz James, 16, 273 jude. His paraphrase, 
20, 226. 

Eresby, John, priest, his proceedings against 
the quakers, 16, 102. 104. 105. 109. iii. 
114. 116. 117. 119. 120. 122. His hat- 
stealing adventure, 116, 117. His effort 
to excommunicate John Farley, no, iii. 

Erfurt cathedral, sepulchral brass in, 8, 342. 

Eridge, queen Elizabeth at, 5, 191. Evidence 



BRIDGE. 



[ 136 ] ESTOTHINGHAM. 



of former times in the inn sign at, 10, 190. 
Furnace, 18, 16. 

Bridge gfreen, use lately made of an old 
banded cannon at, 2, 182. Engraving of 
same, 217. Church bell, 16, 231. See 
16, 285. 

Bridge rucks, Grimm's view of, 3, 236. 

Brie, John, 14, 51. 

Erie, T. W, tokens lent by, 11, 178. 

Eries, Thomas, bequest to, 25, 147. 

Erlington, crown presentation to, 21, 53. 

Ermyn street, route of the, 14, 177. 

Emele, John, dismissed from office for ineffi- 
ciency, 17, 248. 

Emele, William, yearly value of manors^ 
lands, &c, held by (r4ii) 10, 1315. 

Emele, Wm. (1541) grain enquiry com- 
missioner, 23, 4 note, 

Emeley, Master John, payment out of Box- 
grove rents to, 15, 120. 

Emeley, and Emly, arms quartered with those 
of the Culpepers, 10, 156. 

Emle, Joan and John, 12, 44. 

Bmley, Emle, derivation of the name, notices 
of the place and family, 9,314 note. Manor 
house, 327. Crown presentations, 12, 257. 
21, 53. Disgraceful doings of a parson 
of, 21, 53. See 18, 93. 

Emley, Richard, petition joined in by, 17, 81. 
Royalist composition paid by, 19, 95. 

Emulf, abbot, bishopric forced on, 14, 1 20. 

Emulf, prior (1076) portion of Canterbury 
cathedral rebuilt by, 16, 15 note. 

Erpyngham, Thomas, constable of Dover 
castle, 18, 43. 53. 

Errol, James Steward, earl of, 11, 158. An- 
cient stock of the family, 15, 84. 

Ersfeild, Sir Thomas, lands held, rentals paid 
by, &c, 23, 282. 283. 290. 292. 

Erskine, Lord, temp, Chas. I, 18, 172. Rye 
passage-book entry, 1 75. 

Erskine, Thomas lord, lord chancellor, inscrip- 
tion to the eldest daughter of, 15, 231. 

Ertham Rowdons, yearly value (141 1) 10, 

Ertham, crown presentation to, 21, 48. 
Ertham, Sir Adam, monumental brass, 23, 

Ertham, W. de, M.P. for Chichester, 24, 66. 
Ervysdale, W, Hollington prebendary, 13, 

143* 
Erytham (Hardham) priory, subsidy, 5, 286. 

Esbomham, Esbumeham, Eshburaham : Bar- 
tholomew de, arms borne by, 9, 365. 
Richard, 10, 66. Reginald, his gift to 
Battel abbey, 17, 30. See Ashbumham. 

Escbavannes, Jouffroy d', sur Thistoirc du 
Blazon, 24, 7. 

Escheats, meaning and effect of, 12, 154. 
21, 117 note. The cscheator's office, 
12, 154- 



Eschepeld, one way of spelling Shipley, 9, 246. 

Escutcheons found at Lewes, 9, 373* 

Esebome, see Easeboume. 

Esher, 16, 269. 

Esirwyth lands, yearly value (141 1) 10, 131. 

Eskricke, s e Howard of Eskricke. 

Esnetka, meaning of, 4, 106. 

Esop, Edward, bequest to Chidham church 
and Nutboume chapel by, 12, 69. 22,98. 

Espinettes, French refugee family, 13, 207. 

Esquimaux, similarity of flint tools used by 
the, to some found at Cissbury, 24, 1 58. 

Esquire, Selden on the title of, 11, 11 note. Sec 
15, 71 note. 

Essex, kingdom and kings of, 4, 75. 80. 8r. 
84. Borough English manors in the 
county 6, 174. "Dog" Smith a bene- 
factor to it, 22, 32. 

Essex, Geoffrey Fitzpiers, earl of, deed of gift 
witnessed by, 9, 250. 

Essex, Cromwell, earl of, land held in fealty of, 
13, 100. See Cromwell, Thomas, lord. 

Essex, Robert Devereux, s^nd earl of, con- 
nection of Anthony Sherley vrith, 5, 18. 20. 
On the south coast defences, 11. 154. 155- 
157. 162. A captain under him "at y£ 
sacking of Cales," 14, loi. His portrait 
at Parham, 25, 16. 

Essex, Robert Devereux, third earl of, par- 
liamentary general, 5, 60. 61. 68. 71. His 
law for repressing blasphemy, 78. Refuses 
a pass to Sir W. Forde, 19, 92. 105. An 
associate and tmstee of " Dog " Smith, 22, 
33.37. See 14, 151. 

Essington, John, cinque ports baron, 15, 
202. 207. 

Est, Robert, Cade's complaint against, 18, 
20 note. 

Estampcs, Sussex descendants from the Nor- 
man family of, 9, 225. 

Est Armsted vicar's arms quota, 11, 227. 

Estden park, character of the soil of, 9, 224. 
See East Dean. 

Estenovere, Chiddingly, 14, 215- 

Estfield, near Aldrington, 12, 121. 

Estocke, John, bequests for church lights, &c, 
12, 68. 

Eston, Henry de, lends fourscore pounds to 
Dureford abbey, 8, 76. 

Eston, John of, land given to St. Mary's Hos- 
pitail, Chichester, by, 24, 44. See 52. 

Eston, Stephen, pedigree and will of, 17, 130. 

Eston, Walter, canon of Chichester, sentence 
issued by, 10, 106. 

Eston, William, proof of age by, 12, 38. 

Estone, Thomas de, grant to Lewes priory by, 
25, 136. 

Estorin, Hugh and John, benefactors to Box- 
grove priory, 15, 95. 

Estothingham, Domesday name for East 
Hothly? 14, 211. 



ESTOVBR. 



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EVELYN. 



Estover fcny, 16, 257. 

Estratenton, now Stratington, why so called , 
15, 91. 

Estrick^ see Howard of Eskrickc. 

Estrop, grant to Paulin of Winchelsea of land 
in, 23, 29. 

Esturmy, Henry, message confided by Henry 
V. to, 7, 66. 

Etchingham, see Echingham. 

Etchingly wood, 14, 209. 

Ethel : for Saxon names with this prefix, see 
also iEthel. 

Ethelbald, bishop of Winchester, relic-stealing 
venture plotted by, 1, 51. 

Ethelbald, son of Ethelwulf, 5, 115. 

Ethelberty Saxon king, 4, 71. His church 
laws, 76. His conversion, 78. 

Ethelburga, queen, last days of, 4, 76. 

Etheldred II, church of the time of, 8, 349. 

Etheldreda, popular form of, 5, 221. 

Ethelred, king, church grant joined in by, 4, 
71. His church laws, 76. His burial place, 
77. See 5, 219. 

Ethelred II. (the "unready") 4, 79. His in- 
ability to cope with, and bribes to, the 
Danes, 80. 82. 102, 103. His Norwegian 
help-mate, 5, 221. Coins struck at Chi- 
chester, 9, 370. 

Ethdwald's victory over the Danes ; site of the 
battle, 19, 158. 

Ethelwold, son of Ethelbert, 5, 115. 116. 

Ethelwolf* son of Egbert, 5, 128. 

Ethelwulf, or Ethelwolf, king of Wessex, 
burial place of, 8, 185. 16, 237. 20, 
214. 22, 5. Alleged originator of Rome 
scot, or Peter pence, 13, 174 note. Sussex 
hundred name derived from, 23, 239 note. 

Ethiopian eunuch, painting of the baptism of 
the, 14, 143. 

Eton college, ancient custom of ram-baiting 
at, 9, 185. Architectural superfluities for- 
bidden in building the school, 186 note, 
Jacob Bryant's bequest to superannuated col- 
legians, 10, 39. Oxenbridge monument 
with inscription by And. Marvell, 12, 210. 
Petworth rectory originally belonging to, 
14, 16. 

Ettrick forest, parallel to Scott's "Lonely 
thorn" in, 14, 61. 

Eu, or Ewe, earls of, families related to the, 
6, 82. . Recent royal occupant of their Nor- 
man chateau, 9, 275. Bodiam part of 
their possessions, 275-277. 279. Eching- 
ham also, 343. Lords of Byvylham manor, 
21, 14. Also of Hastings rape, 117, 118. 
Charter of earl Henry in favour of St. Mary 
of Hastings, 122. Point established by same, 
123. 5ee2,i66. 3, 312. 14, 117. 17,9* 

39- 57- 59- 18» Hi* 
Eu, earls and countesses of, benefactors to 

Robeitsbridge abbey, 8, 147-150. 156. 161. 



Unjust seizure of lands by them, 13, 135. 
Liberal benefactors to Hastings priory, 155. 

Eu, Earls of. Observations on the, and on 
some of their presumed descendants, by 
W. Smith Ellis, 10, 63-68. Probable re- 
lationship between them and their chief 
feudal tenants, 63. Ralph De Dene probably 
one of their descendants, 64. Osbom or 
Osbem's holdings, from Domesday, 64, 65. 
Presumed marriage of his co-heiresses 
with a Ralph De Dene and a lord of 
Bodiham, 65, 66. Corroborative heraldic 
evidence, 66. Pedigrees, 67, 68. 

Eu, Alicia or Alice, countess of, 6, no, in. 
7,49* 51* 13, 140. 144. 

Eu, Henry, earl of, " prebenda" granted by, 
7, 51. Confirmation charters to Hastings 
from, 13, 134. 170. See 16, 299. 

Eu, Osbem and John earls of, unjust act of 
the latter, 19, 22. 

Eu, Robert, earl of, general at Hastings, ex- 
tensive grants by W. Conq. to, 4, 129. 
7, 49. His services at the battle, 6, 22. 
Manors held and claimed by him, 57. 66. 
College founded by him, 13, 133. 21, 135. 
See Hastings college, 13, 135. 146. 

Eu, William (or Ralph) earl .of, cause of the 
forfeiture of the estates of, 7, 49, 50. 

Eulalia, Spanish martyr, 16, 10 note. 

Euridge, Thomas, knighthood composition, 

16, 46. 

Euridge, see Eweregge. Ewridg^ 

Europa, quaint rendering of the myth of, on 

a Sussex chimney back, 119-121. 
Eustace, son of king Stephen, Pevensey castle 

granted to, 2, 132. 
Eustace of Boulogne, at Hastings, 6, 26. In 

a panic, 29. 
Eustace, prebend of, 13, 136. 
Evans, Hugh, of London, 14, 221 note, 
Evans, John, local guide book by, 18, 108. 
Evans, John, F.R.S, F.S.A, Chancton farm 

corns purchased by, 20, 215. Exploration 

of Beachy Head barrows, 22, 191, 192. 

24, 165. On flint implements found in 

Sussex, 24, 151, 152. On the pits at Ciss- 

bury, 155. 
Evans, Richard, barrow diggings aided by, 

22, 66. 
Evans, Robert, vicar of South Bersted, 24, 

171. 178. 
Evans, Thomas, incumbent, Seaford, 7, 117. 

Heads a mob : pugilistic encounter with a 

magistrate, 17, 160. Date of his induc- 
tion, 161. 
Evarard, Thomas, certificate of relative to 

chantry lands Winchelsea, 23, 32. 
Evel3m family, genealogical remarks on the, 

4, 229 note. 
Evelyn, John, on Sussex-made glass, 1, 1 1. 

Funeral habiliments sent to, 3, 145 note. 



EVELYN. 



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EWHURST. 



On the wonderful ponds and fish at Swal- 
lowfieldi 3y I $2 note. His hospitalities at 
Christmas, 169 note. Story of his youthful 
days, A, a 38, 229. An old schoolfellow, 
5, 92. His efforts to win him over to the 
king, 98, 99. The tables turned, 100. On the 
decadence and desolate condition of Win- 
chelsea, 8, 211. His grandmother, 9, 335. 
On an ancient churchyard custom, 16, 306 
note. His residence, 17, 72 note. Mythical 
account of ** Dog " Smith set afloat by 
him, 22, 31. Another mistake of his on 
the same subject, 32. On Cold harbour, 
197. On Charles II. touching for the evil, 
25, 210- See 15, 237. 

Evelyn, Mr, new name assumed by, 25f 186. 

Evelyn, Richard, characterised by his son, 4, 
228. Letters to his stepfather, 229, 230. 

Evenus III. of Scotland, alleged institution of 
the custom of Mercheta by, 6, 166. Com- 
ments thereon, 168, 169. 

Ever, Thomas, of Scaford, will of, 17, 158. 

Everard, Sir Richard, governor of North 
Carolina, descendants in Virginia of, 9, 133. 
Arms, 13, 25. William and his daughter 
Maria, 25. See Evarard. 

EvERBNDEN FAMILY ACCOUNTS, extracts from 
the, by W. D. Cooper, Esq, F.S.A, 4, 22- 
24. John Evenden's accounts, 22. A great 
stock keeper, 23. Farming and cropping 
items, wages and labour, 23, 24. See 6, 58. 

Everenden, Walter, guardian of John Gage, 
19, 116. Eucharistic poll tax agreed to 

by, 25, 154. 

Evemden, parliamentary captain, at the siege 
of Arundel, 9, 52. 

Eversedd, John, of Ockley, 24, 288, 289. 

Eversett, Thomas, tenement held by, and rent 
charged on, 23, 290. 292. 

Eversfidd, of Hastings, arms of, 6, 86. 

Eversfield family and their alliances, 22, 
162. Letter from Miss E. to Mrs. lintott, 
164. Mr. Eversfield, 25, 171. 

Eversfield, Charles, Sussex roads commis- 
sioner, 15, 146. 

Eversfield, Charles, of Denn, arms of, 25, 99. 

Eversfield, Edward and John, honour intended 
by Charles II. for, 5, 104. 23, 210, 211. 

Eversfield, John, armada contribution, 1, 32. 
Ironmaster, 3, 243. Rent paid for lands 
at Bulverhyde, 14, 118. Subsidy com- 
missioner for Sussex, 15, 71. 

Eversfield, Nicholas, commission assigned by 
Hastings corporation to, 14, 89. 90. Elec- 
tioneering, 1 01 note. Lord of Gensing 
manor, iii. M.P. for Bramber, 123. 

Eversfield, Olive and Sophia, 25, 192. 193. 

Eversfield, Thomas, father of lady Cioring, 5, 
63 note. Possessor of Gensing and Yielding, 

14, III. 
Eversfield, Sir Thomas, parliamentary seques- 



trator, 5, 54. Sequestrated himself, ihid 
note. Disabled, 104. 
Eversfield, Sir Thomas, of Grove, Hollington, 
legacy *'in good gould" to, 21, 140. His 
burial place, 145. Register entry, ihid note. 
The family mansion, description and view, 
148, 149. Wills of a predecessor and of 
himself, 149, 150. See 24, 229. 
Evershed arms, source of the family, &c, 6, 

86. 17, 246, 247. 
Evershed, Samuel, Papers by : — 

Route of king Charles II. through Sussex 

during his flight in 165 1. 18, 114-123. 

Legend of the dragon-slayer of Lyminster, 

18, 180-183. 
On a chimney back of Sussex iron with 
the rape of Europa on it, 23, 11 9-1 2 2. 
On the Naldretts of Naldrett, Rudgwick, 

24, 288-291. 
Minor communications : On Eartham as 
the site of ancient Saxon earth worship, 
18, 187, 188. Cinque ports law (1742) 
188, 189. On Sussex ironworks, 19, 
206, 207. Surname query, 208. On 
a " Bitome's dee :" story of one in his 
own possession, 20, 226. On forest 
chapels, 230. Early position of altars, 
231. Interpretation ctf a bell -founder's 
monogpram, 22, 234. On the manu- 
facture of saltpetre in Sussex, 23, 321. 
24, 297. On Roman roads and re- 
mains iix Sussex, 23, 322. 24, 298. 
See 20, 86. 193. 
Etchifigs and Foe similes executed and 
presented by Mr, Evershed : The 
Knucker hole, 18, 18b. Funereal 
emblems, 192. 193. Old houses. Pet- 
worth, 19, 134. 140. Iron Imives 
found near Glynde, 20, 54. East 
Grinstead old church, 145. "Bitornc's 
dee,'* 226. Rape of Europa, 23, 119. 
Eversheds and Millers, 20, 232. 233. 
Everton, capt. Sussex sequestrator, 19, 93. 
Evesham, battle of, 2, 29. 4, 63. iii. 133. 

135- 14a- 
Evie, William lord, brass to a daughter of, 

23, 158. 

Evil, see King's evil. Royal touch. 

Evreux arms quartered with Culpeper, 10, 1 56. 

Eweregg^, Robert de, 12, 2$. See Ewridgc. 

Ewes cried at church, 25, 186. 

Ewhurst (Yewerste) church, iron memorial slab 
in, 5, 203. Parson's arms quota, 11, 226. 
Crown presentations, 12* 257. 21, 53. 
58. Prebend suppressed, 13, 141. Bells, 
16, 193. 194. 20JB. Ruins, 251. Monu- 
mental brass, 23, 155. 

Ewhurst furnace, 18, 15. Ewhurst gateway 
an archaeological notability, 22, loi. 

Ewhurst hundred, see Windham. 

Ewhurst, Ewherst, Werste, parish and manor, 



EWHURST. 



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PAGG. 



valuation at diverse dates (1649) 6, 58. 
(1411) 10, 139. 144. Temp, Hen. VIII, 

11, 63. 13, 176. See 10, 65. 14, 112 
note, 115. 116 note, 140. 

Ewhurst wood, bronze celts from, 18, 66. 

E worth, Thomas, proof of age by, 12, 34. 

Ewridge, William, Cowdcn, payment for the 
keep of, 20, loi. 5feEweregge. 

Ewrye, duties of the yeoman of the, 7, 203. 

Ex river, source of its name, 15, 159. 

Examinations at Easeboume nunnery, and 
discreditable disclosures then made, 9, 17- 
19. 23-27. Of templars, see Knights 
templars. 

Exaquio, see De Ezaquio. 

Exbrigge, Thomas, and Eylriggc, N, allow- 
ance by Michelham priory to, 6, 147. 

Exceat, Exceit, Excete, Exsett, 4, 41. Ves- 
tiges of chapel, 45. United with West 
Dean, 46. Early disappearance of the 
church, ibid. Traces of the foundation walls, 

12, 112 note. Manor, 14, 263. Bridge, 
15, 159. Yearly value of lands ( 1 649) 1 9, 
208. Crown presentations, temp. Edw. Ill, 
21, 53. S«e 5, 157 note. 

Exchequer, right of the king to knighthood 
compositions declared by the, 16, 45. 

Exciseman, caught and half -hanged by smug- 
glers, 16, 260. 

Excommunication, cases of, 14, 202, 203. 
Stubborn resistance to, 16, no. in. 

Exden, or Hexden, 15, 152. 

Executions in Sussex (18th cent.) 23, 214- 
216. 24, 142, 143. 

Exeter bishopric, subsidy levied on the Sussex 
possessions of, 5, 237. 

Exeter, John, bishop of, conscience-relieving 
note written in a book by, 8, 160. Bishops, 
see Osbom. Stapylton. Warlewaste. 



Exeter, earl of, 11, 166. 

Exeter, Henry, marquis of, treasonable words 

alleged against, 21, 78. His fate, 79. 
Exeter, John Holland, duke of, Lewes priory 

granted to, 2, 22. Forfeited goods given 

to, 18, 148. 
Exeter, Thomas Beaufort, duke of, lord Hoo's 

bequest to, 8, no. Lady married by him, 

16, 136 Jiote, 
Exeter, St. Nicholas priory, cell of Battle 

abbey, 17, 53. 54. 23, 123. 125-128. 
** Exhibition ** at colleges, 7, 42 Tiote, 
Exmew, W, executed for treason, 13, 206. 
Exmoor deer-hunting season, 17, 21, 
Exning (Yxnyngs) Suffolk, 10, 137. 
Exonia, Heraldus de, 23, 126. 
Exton, Henry, proof of age by, 12, S3- 
Exton, R. subsidy commissioner, Chichester, 

24, 70. 
Extons, mayors of Chichester, 24, 75. 76. 

83. 84. 
Eybrisshe, Robert, lease of Midhurst free chapel 

to, 3, 23-25. Farm let to, 20, 28. Con- 
ditions of his lease, 29. 
Eyey Ey, or Ig, island, or morass, a terminal 

in Saxon place-names, 6, 266. Examples, 

19, 3. 4. The Eye of Hydneye, 29, 30. 
Eyles or Ayles family, 12, 89 note, 
Eyles, John, rector of Hurstpierpoint (1397) 

11» 75- 
Ejrre, or Eayre, Joseph, bdlfounder, 16, 178 

note. 180. 196. 

Eyton, Fulke, lord Arundel's bones brought 
from France by, 10, 206. Further parti- 
culars relative to him and his family, 12, 
aaa* ^33' His will, 235. 

E3rton, Rev. R. W, particulars from his ** An- 
tiquities of Shropshire " relative to the Pier- 
points, 11, 52 note. 53. 54. See 12, 235. 



F. 



Faber, Mr, idea of Eden broached by, 22, 

74- 
Faber, Roger, 15, 98. 

Faber, William, privilege obtained from W. 

Conqr. by, 6, 20. Builder of Battel abbey, 

37 note. 17, 4. Became a monk, 5. 
Fabyan, John, proof -of -age juror, 12, 26. 
Fabyan's Chronicle, earliest notice of Lewes in, 

21, 92. 
Fagg, Col. John, commonwealth officer, 5, 

97. 12, 260. 
Fagg, East Grinstead M.P, 20, 154. 
Fagg, Sir John, Wiston bought by, 5, 25. 

Origin and sketch of the family, 26. Joins 



the Lancastrians, 9, 293. Charged with 

conspiracy, 17, 80. 
Fagg, Mr, magistrate, question referred to the 

arbitrament of, 11, 215. His mansion, 

215 note. 
Fagge, John, M.P, distrusted by Thurloe, 5, 

84. His excuse for absence from parliament, 

94. His loan to parliament, ibid note, Con- 

stituemcies represented by him, 95. 102. 103. 
Fagge (or Fagg) Sir Robert, and his two 

voices, 16, 245. Note of his death, 23, 

69. Arms, 25, 95. See 25, 174. 187. 

188. 189. 
Fagg, Thomas, cinque ports baron, 15, a 10. 



PAGGE. 



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PARLEY. 



Fagge, Thomas, ancestor of the Fagges, 

baronets, 24, 252 note. 
Faggs of Mystole and Glynley, B, 26-28. 
Arms of Fagg of Glynley, 25, 95. 

Faintnot, the only puritanical Christian name 
in Maresfield registers, 14, 151. 

Fair Crouch, wayside cross, 10, 182. 

Fairfax, dean of Norwich, MSS. presented to 
Oxford University by, 6, 54. 

Fairfax, Sir Thomas, lord general, fortunate 
escape of, 1, 112 note. Letter from the Rye 
republicans to, 9» 54*56. Counter petition - 
to parliament, 56. His correspondence 
with Sir W. Campion, 10, 4. 5. 6. 8. 10. 
His courtesies to Lord Lumley, 19, 10 1, 
102. The like to Sir G. Kempe, 120. See 
9, 45. 19, 96. 114. 115 note. 

Fairford, Gloucestershire, serpent brooch found 
at, 8, 296. 

Fairhall, notorious smuggler, remarkable for 
brutal courage, 10, 85. 85 note. His con- 
duct on the eve of his execution, 88. Hung 
and gibbeted, 89. 

Fairlight, nonae return, 1, 59. A£fray between 
smugglers and blockade men at, 10, 92. 
Fecamp abbey lands in, 14, 67 note. Eas- 
tern limit of the Hue and Cry, no. See 
Farlegh. 

Fairlight church, report on condition of, 4| 
280. Parish valuation (1649) 6, 58. Pen- 
sion charged on the vicarage, 13> 141. 
Bells, 16, 146. 166. 208. See 17, 174. 

Fairlight down, late use of the pillory on, 9,* 
362. 

Fairlight streamlet, former name of, 15, 155. 

Fairs: Wadhurst, 9, 198. Frantfidd, 202. 
Boxgrove, 225. 

Fadry haunts, Sussex place-names derived 
from, 3, 124 note. Decline of the fairies, 
13, 209. 219. 

Fakenham, collection at Westboume for re- 
lief of inhabitants of, 22, 92. 

Falboume hall, John Ray's residence, 10, 32. 

Falconar, Philippa, legatee under Hugh Hal- 
sham's will, 22, 9. 

Falconbridgej Neville lord, 8, 1 14. 

Falconer family, ancient possessors of Michel- 
grove, 14, 145. 

Falconer, Robert Hoffman, estate inherited 
by, 22, 175 note. 

Falconers, occasion of a change of name by 
the, 6, 86. See Faukener. Faulconer. 
Faulkner. Fawkener. 

Falcons and girfalcons, 6, 120. 

Faldagiumf See Fould-tare. 

Falese, Emma de, gift to Boxgrove priory by, 
15, 94. Her two husbands, ibid. 

Falham, John de, Pevensey baron, 17, 66. 

Falkland, lord, 5, 63. 16, 30. 

Fallowes, Wath, parliamentary commissioner, 
24, 282. 



Falmer, nonae return, 1, 61. Borough 
English custom in the manor, 6, 182. 
Subsidy list, 9, 77. Cavern under the 
pound, 195. Bondmen of the manor, 224. 
Yearly value of the vicarage (1650) 10, 
23 fiote. Inn sign, 186. Church bell, 16, 
208. Manor bought by Sir John Shelly, 
19, III note. A previous purchaser, 112. 
Yearly value of lands, &c. (1649) 19, 207. 
Crown presentations, 21, 53. Site of 
Jonsmere hundred court, 23, 235. Trader's 
token, 24, 128. Name of Celtic origin, 
146. Camp near, 147. 

Falmer hill stream, 15, 163. 

Falmouth, lord, ancient deed possessed by, 
23, 204. 

Falseley, see Falvesle. 

Falstaf!*s death malady, 5, 69 note. His 
favourite beverage, 23, 40. 

Falvesle, Falseley, Falsley, Falvesley, Faws- 
ley, Sir John, 8, 99. Captured by the 
French at Rottingdean, 12, 42 note. 13, 
*33' 17, 74. 25, 147 note. 

Falyham, crown presentation to, 21, 53. 

Family names derived from localities, 4, 207. 

Family names, abandonment by ecclesiastics 
of their, 9, 170. 

Fane, Anthony and George, Rye passage 
book entry, 18, 175. 

Fane, Francis, peerages conferred on (1624) 
21, 128. 

Fane, hon. John, and hon. Mildmay, Sussex 
roads commissioners, 15, 146. 

Fane, Robert, justice of the peace, 20, 100. 

Fane, T. prisoner in the Tower, 10, 153. 

Fanyng, T, an esquire at Agincourt, 15, 130. 

Far^eld, 13, 109. 

Fareham, Hants, remarkable bell inscription, 
16, 188 note. 

Farendon, James, trade token, 24, 126. 

Farendon, William de, gifts to St. Richard's 
shrine by, 2, 139. 

Farey, "a fellow of the name of," 2, 212 
note. 

Farfield, Richard, 14, 44. 

Farington, Richard, and Habin the informer, 
18, 88. Mr. Farington and his intended 
"elegant speech," 19, 147. 

Farlce, now Parleys, Chiddingly, 14, 233. 
Farley's farm, 238. 

Farlegh, William de, joint custodian of Hast- 
ings castle, 18, 141. 

Farlegh (Farelygh, Farlega, Farleghe, Far- 
Ida, Farligh, Fairlight) given or confirmed 
to Robertsbridge abbey, 8, 149. 150. 151. 
167. Parson's arms quota, 11, 226. Battel 
abbey lands in, 17, 20. Non-resident 
cinque ports barons, 68. See Fairlight. 

Farley, cell to Lewes, 12, 199. The vicarage, 
13, no. Grant of freewarren in, in. 
Value of rents, temp. H. VIU, 1 76. 



FARLEY. 



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FAWKES. 



Farley, John, Lewes, 16, 109. His excom- 
munication squabble with a priest, 1 10, 1 1 1. 

Farmer, Richard, Henry, and William, their 
holdings in Hartfield, rents payable, &c, 
23,305. 24,202.211.214. 

Farmer on the nine men's morris, 25i 234. 

Farmer's genealogical register of New Eng- 
land, 14, 221 note, 

Farmhill wood, 16, 258. 

Farming in the 1 7th century, stock-keeping, 
value of stock, &c, 4, 23. The Anglo- 
Saxon farm, 88. Walter Burreirs im- 
proved husbandry operations, 268. 

Farming live stock, crops and implements 
(1697) inventory and valuation of, 6, 195. 

Farm place, Clymping, Seez abbey property, 
11, 119. 

Famaby, C, Sussex roads commr, IS* 146. 

Farnaby, F. and C. justices, 20, 100. 

Famcombe, land held by the templars in, 9, 
237* 245. Valuation, 239. 

Famcombe, George, memorial window, 19| 
186. Monumental inscription, 187. 

Famcombe, Henry (nde Lintott) Sherman- 
bury place acquired by, 22» 161. 

FamcoRibe, Mr, 25, 171. 193. Old Thomas, 
167. 

Famdon, Rev. John, vicar of South Bersted, 
24, 178. 

Fames, Thomas, Seaford, testimonial to a 
fellow townsman joined in by, 7, 149. 

Famey, co. Monaghan, bronze celts from, 
18, 66. 

Farnfold (Farnefolde, Famfould, Famfidd) 
family: Richard (of Steyning) armada con- 
tribution, 1, 36. Steyning church lands 
held by Peter and Richard, 8, 132. 135. 
Appropriation' and forced restoration of 
church property by a later member of the 
family, 132 note, Richard custodian of the 
** Brydc Paist," 137. 140. Parliamentary 
members of the family, their arms, matches, 
&c, 24, 32. See Fernfold. 

Farnfold, John, proof of ag^ by, 12, 35. 

Famfolde, Lady Johanna, nun of Easeboume, 
9, 22. Her deposition at a visitation, 23. 

Famfoulde, Thomas, Sussex student, matricu- 
lation entry of, 9, 364. 

Famham, Edward VI. at, 10, 197. The 
castle taken possession of by Lewis king of 
France, 22, 18. "Dog" Smith's gift to 
the town 32. 47. 

Famham, or Famam, John, fracas arising 
out of the sale of Brambletye chapel by, 9, 
141. 143. 

Famherst (or Famhurst) chapel, property of 
Easeboume nunnery, valuation temp, H. VI, 
9, 12. Alienation of the proceeds, 25. 
Dedication of, bequests to, &c, 12, 71. 
Bequest to the curate, 20, 13. See 12. 14. 

Farquhar, W. in a famous fox chase, 15, 80. 



Farrer, Henry, pricket candlesticks, baldrick, 
&c, exhibited at Chichester by, 8, 302. 

Farrant (should be Tarrant) 14, 86. 

Farringdon vnthout, " Dog " Smith elected 
alderman of the ward of, 22, 36. 

Farrington family, connection of Westboume 
with the, 22, 88. 

Farrington, John (alderman of Chichester) ar- 
mada contribution, 1, ^^. 

Farrington, Thomas, monumental brass, sta- 
tus of the family, &c, 23, 146. 

Farrington, Thomas, mayor of Chichester, 
24, 76. Honours and offices held by 
members of the family, 80 7iote. 

Farthing land, custom of the descent of, 6, 176. 

Farthings, halfpence, &c, royal proclamation 
relative to, 11, 173, 174. 

Fashion, see Dress. Female apparel. 

Fasts ordered by the parliament, 5, 32. Pub- 
lic fast, 1 76 1, 11, 202. Fast on account 
of the plague, 25, 187. 

Fastolfe, Nicholas, office conferred by Edw. IL 
on, 6, 44. 

Fauconer, Gregory and Robert, proofs of age 
by, 12, 28. S3' William, Gregory's son, a 
monk, murdered, 28. 

Faucre, Geoffrey de, a bidder for the wife of, 

12, 152. 

Faufharches, Wm. de, 11, loi. 

Faukes, Henry, prebendary of Wartling, 13, 
144. Faukes, John, warden of St. Bar- 
tholomew's, Rye, 17, 136. 

Faukinham, Norfolk, collection at Lindfield 
for, 19, 47. 

Faulconar, Nanny, 25, 168. Thomas Faulk- 
ner, 124. Mr. Faulkoner, 186. 

Faulconer, Benjamin, assistant warden, Sack- 
ville college, 20, 166. 

Faulconers, acquisition of Gravetye by the, 
10, 167. 

Faulkner arms on the Shelley brass, 23, 148. 

Faulkner (Faukener) John, ironmaster, 3, 243. 
His forge, 245. Faulkner, W. knighthood 
composition, 16, 46. 

Faulknor family, of Westboume, 22, 88. 

Faunt, J. an esquire, at Agincourt, 15, 130. 

Faussille, Major Gen. la (fought at Fontenoy 
and Minden) on the capabilities of the fire 
arms of his day, 10, 45, 46. His delicate 
reproof to Sir T. S. Wilson, 52. 

Faustina, coin of, 16, 60. 

Fauteleys, old Hastings name of, 14, 86. 

Fautrill, John, mayor of Rye, 22, 128. 

Faversham church, plagiarized inscription in, 
IO4 206. 

Faversham fishermen, collection at Maresfield 
for the, 21, 217. See Feversham. 

Fawkenere, Fawkener, John, 14, 217. 221. 

Fawkenor, John, Herindales manor sold to, 

13, 91. 

Fawkes, John, presentation, 17, 106. 



PAWSLEY. 



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PERN. 



Fawslcy, see Falvesle. 

Fawteley, Walter, surveyor of repairs of Hast- 
ings pier, 14, 89. 

Fawtley, J. and W. Hasting^, 14, 90. 96. 

Fawton, or Fawdon, Thomas, rector of Boxted, 
9, 219. 

Fayrehall, or Fayrehall, Richard, Thomas, 
and John, 19, 48, 49. Transmutation of 
the name into Ferroll and Verrall, 50. 

Faygate and its fairies, 13, 210. Its dragon, 
225. Its widow woman, 224. 225. 

Fayrbanke, George, apostate persecutor of 
Richard Woodman, 3* 1 14. 

Fealty ^ its character and object, 12, 146. 

Fearon, Frank, documentary information fur- 
nished by, 12» 52. 

Fearon, John, engraving presented by, 3, 120. 
Maresfield record preserved by, 14, 153. 
21, 207. Cameo possessed by, 25, 230. 

Fearon, John Pbter, on Nyland and Hil- 
land in Balcombe, with notes on the old 
military tenure of land by knight service, 
12, 140-158. 

Featherstone, see Fetherstone. 

Featherstonehaugh, Sir Harry, South Harting 
bought by, 22, 162. 

Featherstonhaugh, Sir M. race lost by, 11, 203. 

Fecamp, escape of Charles II. to, 10, 190. 
16, 265. 

Fe'camp, F^scamp, or Fiscamp abbey, churches 
and other possessions in Hastings of, 2, 
166. 13, 151. 14, 66. 67. 67 no^e. Its 
Ste3ming possessions, monk's cell there, &c, 

5, 1 16-118. 122, 123. 125. 126. 10, 122, 

123. 16, 236. 22, 4. 5. Site and 
vicissitudes of the abbey, 5, 1 16 note. Sub- 
sidy, 231. 232. 238. Sussex lands, &c, 
given by Edw. Confessor, 6, 57. 66. Grant 
by Hen. Ill : the abbot's dispute with Edw. 
I, 67. Extent taken of its possessions in 
Bivde, 68. Charter, 69. Manors given by 
the Aquilas, 88. Claims resigned, 9, 258. 
Payment by the templars, 261. Its annual 
gift to Battel abbey, 17, 29. Its posses- 
sions in Angmering, 23, 132. See 9, 247. 

Fees in a nobleman's establishment, Lord 
Montague's edict relative to,T, 211. 

Fees of crown ofHoers in Sussex, temp, Eliz, 
9, 107, 108. 

Feild, William, Horsted Keynes, 24, 201. 

Feinestragd, 12, 190. Its meaning, 190 note, 

Feld, Simon attc, proof of age by, 12, 32. 
Marriage of Amicia atte Feld, 33. 

Fdde family name, whence derived, 11, 100 
note, Feld, see Field. 

Feldc manor (141 1) yearly value, 10, 132. 

Feldreslonde, Battel abbey, conduit, 17, 6. 

Feldwic, W. shooting on the Lord's day, fatal 

~ accident to, 14, 151. 

Feldwicke, W. knighthood comp. 16, 49* 

Fddwike, Walter, Imberhome manor, 20, 140. 



Felgeres (or Feugeres) Ralph de, and family, 
13,310, 311. 

Felix, W. bailiff. Chichester (1388) 24, 292. 

Fell, J. grants in trust to, 14, 55, 56. 

Fellow, Edw. cinque ports baron, 15, 193. 

Fellowes's " Historical Sketches," 19, 93. 

Felpham, nons return, 1, 59. 63. Dedication 
of church, church light bequests, &c, 12, 89, 
90. Hales farm, 89 note. Crown presentation, 
257. French contrabandists captured at, 
10, 78. Church bells, 16, 145. 160. 194. 
209. Chief freeholders (1734) and their pre- 
sent representative, 23, 76. See 18, 93. 
25, 113. 

Felton, Richard, vicar of Lindfield, 9, 331. 

Female apparel and adornments : ribbon and 
** slouch," 25, 1 73. " Jumps " instead of 
stays, 1 76. See Dress. 

Fenne, Adam de la, homage due by, 11, 98. 

Fenne, T. de la, preceptor of Shipley, 10, 1 10. 

Fenne, Wm. dela, templar, deposition of, 9, 270. 

Fennel, James, sequestrated lands leased to, 
24, 270, 271, 278. 

Fennell, Robert, bequest to Eastbourne widows 
by, 14, 134. 

Fenner, derivation of, 11, 80 note, 

Fenner family, bequests of plate, jewels, &c, 
by Joan Culpeper to the, 10, 155. 

Fenner, Sir J. Lordington bought by, 21, 87. 

Fennis, Thomas, Ashdown Forest, 14, 44. 

Fenny Compton, R. de, presentation, 17, 106. 

Fenton, Lavinia, hunting attractions eclipsed 

by, 15, 78. 
Fenyng, yearly value (141 1) of lands, &c, in, 

10, 133- 

Fenys, Sir Roger, licensed to krenellate, 13, 115. 
Patron of Streat, 25, 134. 

Fenys, William, 18, 53. See Fienes. Fienles. 
Fiennes. Fynes. Fynnes. 

Ferdinand, Prince, orders of, after the battle of 
Minden, 10, 41. 43. Rejoicings for a vic- 
tory of, 11, 198. 19Q. 

Ferdyng (query Farthing) "brede," 8,. 206. 
Suggested meaning, 206 note, 

Ferers, John and Thomas at Agincourt, 15, 
129. 137. 

Feretrum (or portable altar) of W. Conq. 17, 
12. Mr. Lower's suggestion, 12 note, 

Ferett, Richard, mayor of Winchelsea, 23,34. 

Fergant, Alan, duke of Brittany, supposed 
grant by W. Conq. to, 7, 49. 

Ferguson, Thomas, letters of manumission 
to, 7, 150: 

Ferkband, Nich. de, dean of Hastings, 13, 154. 

Ferles (? Firle) gift to the templars of land in, 
9, 242. 

Fermer, Alexander, ironmaster, 3, 244. 

Fermor, William, jurat, Hastings, 19, 32, 33. 

Fermor, Sir Henry, bart arms of, 25, 95. 

Fern, Dr. master of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, John Ray on the doings of, 10, 15, 16. 



FERNECOMBE. 



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FIENLES. 



Femecombe, Symon, mayor of Wlnchdsea, 

23, 33. See Farncombe. 

Femet, ancient name for Frant, 4, 392. 

Femethe, local and personal name probable 
origin of, 9> 154 note.' 

Femfold, Sir Thos. M.P, 5, 102. Arms im- 
paled with Culpeper, 10, 157. See Famfold. 

Femherst, 15, i3o. See Famherst. 

Femhurst, ancient ironworks at, 2, 209. 
Church bells, 16, 208. Stream, 260. 

Feroll, Richard, of Sunt, and Richard Fferoll 
of Finches, 19, 40. 

Feroz, or Feres, John, vicar of Westdean, 
burial direction of, &c, 12> 81. 

Ferrall, Richard, lands held by, 25, 45. 

Ferrall, Tobias, arms quota of, 11, 226. 

Ferre, Henry, canon of Dureford, a lead stealer, 
8,67. 

Ferreis, Roger, Hastings pier repairs com- 
mitted to, 14, 88. Jurat, 100. 

Ferrers, earl de, manor given to the templars 
by, 9, 257. 

Ferrers, or Ferrars, Edward, alleged grants of 
land by queen Elizabeth and James I. to, 

24, 274-276, 278, 286, 287. 25, 24. 25. 
26. 30. 

Ferrers, Elizabeth, first wife of Sir Hugh 
Poynings, 15, 57. 

Ferrers, John, knt trust joined in by, 17, 77. 

Ferrers, Joseph, MaresBeld, 14, 150. 

Ferrers, progenitors of the Shirleys, earls of, 
5,9. 

Ferrey, Benjamin, F.S.A. (not Feney, as in 
22, p. 83) on Gundrada*s tomb, 2, 1 1 note, 
Westboume church restored by him, 22, 83. 

Ferring, nonae return, 1, 60. Lauid granted by 
Ealdwulf to the church, 8, 184. Site of 
same, 185. 187. Afiray between smugglers 
and customhouse men at, 10, 81. Bequest 
to the high altar, 12, 83. 90. Dedication 
of the church, 92. Bequest to the poor, 
16, 37. Crown presentations, 21,48. See 
18, 99. 

Ferring or Fferyng, Amfrid de, deed witnessed 
by, 6, 141;. 25, 144. 

Ferring, Henry and Simon de, and their wives, 
encroachments of Dureford Abbey, how con- 
doned by, 8, 62. 

Ferringes, G. de, cantator, Chichester, 19, 26. 

Ferris, John, incumbent of Ditchling, 13, 259. 

FerroU. See Fayerhall. 

Fernir, Alan de, Arundel, subsidy-assessor, 7y 
166. 

Ferte, Goodman, of Horsham, 19, 43. 

Fescamp, Fiscamp, ste Fecamp. 

Fest, John, deed witnessed by, 25, 137. 

Fetherstone, Sir Matthew, 15, 79. 

Fetherstone, W. incumbent, Midhurst, 20, 26. 

Feudal system, origin of the, 12, 141. Its 
intent, 154. * 'Some excellent points about" 
the feudal law, 25, 118 note. 



Feudal tenures, militia established on the abo- 
lition of, 1, 82 note. See Military tenure. 

Feversham, 12, 161 note. The church 
bestowed by King John on Simon de Wells, 
22, 179. Successful opposition of the 
monks thereto, 180. 182. See Faversham. 

Feversham, Thomas de, duty assigned by 
Edward II. to, 6, 50. 

Fevre, N. le, Bayham Abbey versttSt 11, 124. 

Fewlar, S. incumbent, Chiddingly, 14, 248. 

Feyrher, Richard, incumbent of Ditchling, 
13, 259. 

Fez, Christian captives at, 3, 165 note. 

Fezensaguet, Gaston d'Armagnac, vicomte de, 
6, 51 note. 

Fictile vessel found in Buxted church, 25y 
215. See B uxted church. 

Fictilia, British, observations on, 17, 113. 

Fidge, William, Hartfield, holding of, and 
rent paid by, 23, 308. 24, 202. 215. 

Field in Sussex place-names, 7, 8. 15. Its 
Anglo-Saxon meaning, 14, 140. 

Field-names in Sussex, request for, 20, 230. 

Field place. Goring, 11, 100 note. 

Field, bishop of Oxford, Sussex church con- 
secrated by, 4, 228. 

Field, George, relic of queen Elizabeth possessed 
by, 8, 224. 24, 23. 

Field, John, book dedicated to princess Eliza- 
beth's governess by, 8, 224. 

.Field, J. escaped Frenchmen retaken by, 10, 78. 

Field, Thomas, 13, 46. 25, 169. 191. 

Fielder, Edward, lands leased to, 11, 114. 

Fielding's Parson Adams a type, as to income, 
of the parsons of his day, 3, 172 note, 

Henes, Fcnys, Fienles, Flennes, Fyncs, Fynnes, 
origin of the family of, 4, 136. Why de- 
prived of an hereditary office, T37. Domains 
vested by marriage in Ingelram I, t^'t^. 
Occasion of his death, 138. Relations of 
his son William with king John, 139, 140. 
William's later career and death, 140, 141. 
Part taken by Ingelram IL in the Barons' 
war, 141, 142. William (son of the last) 
and his unjust steward, 142. John (son of 
William) a rebel against two kings, 143. 
Giles, and his curious abduction suit, 144- 
145. Further relating to him, 146. Herst- 
monceux, how acquired by his grandson 
John, il-id. Distinction achieved by later 
members of the family, 149. Sir Roger, 
builder of the castle, 150-152. William 
made a peer in right of his wife, 152. The 
Fienes monument, 187. 194. See Dacre. 
Fenys. Fienles. Fyncs. Say and Sele. Tingric. 

Fienes, Sir Richard, lord Dacre jure uaoris, 
11, 63. 

Fienes, Robert de, sumamed ** le Moreau," 4, 
144. Sketch of his career, ibid note, 

Fienles, Fenys, Fiennes, Fynes, Roger de, 
heirship adjudged to, 8, 100. 17» 75. 



FIENLES. 



[ 144] 



FINDON, 



Custodian of his portion, 75 note* Lands 
at Wartling bought by, 8, 108. Proof of 
age, 12, 4 J. At Agincourt, 41 note. 15, 
123. His retinue, &c, 124. 125. Prisoners 
taken by his band, 126. His connexion 
with Cade's rising, 18, 18. 
Flenles, William de, siege joined in by, 18, 144. 
Fienlez, or Fienes, Sir William, monumental 

brass, 23, 166. See 8, 21. 
Fiennes, Anna, wife of Sir Goddard Oxen- 
bridge, 12, 211 note, 
Fiennes, Elizabeth, wife of William, heiress of 

W. de Batsford, 12, 41 note. 
Fiennes, Sir James, title granted to, 17, 77. 
Fiennes, Sir John de, manorial question 

mooted relative to, 21, 126. 
Fiennes, William, proof of age of, 12, 38. 
Fifhide, W. .de, proof of age of, 12, 31. 

Notices of the family, 3 1 jwte, 
Fifhide, Sir William, 16, 244. 
Fifteenths, levy of (1340) 1, 58. 63. 
"Fig for Fortune," by Anthony Copley, 14, 

264. 
FiOG, Willi AH, F.S.A. Papers by : 

On two relics found at Liewes, 1, 43-45. 
On Bishopston church and some other 

East Sussex churches, 2, 272-284. 
On the Remains of a Roman building, 

discovered at Wiston, 2,313-315. 
On Sussex decorative tiles, with illustra- 
tions, 3, 239. 
On the Manorial customs of Southese- 

with-Heighton, &c, 3, 249-252. 
On Tenantry customs in Sussex — the 

Drinker Acres, 4, 305-308. 
On the opening of a Barrow at Crow- 
link, in Friston, 5, 207-212. 
Survey of Pevensey castle, with a plan, 

6, 266-274. 
On "the LaLntcm'* in the Cluniac priory 

of St. Pancras, Lewes, 7, 151 -157. 
On Medieval pottery found at Seaford, 

10, 193, 194. 
On Sussex Traders* Tokens in the seven- 
teenth century, 11, 171-178. 13,309. 
14, 265. 15, 246. 17, 257. 18, 163, 
164. 
Some Memorials of old Lewes, 13, 1-48. 
Extracts from documents illustrative of 
the sufferings of the Quakers in Lewes, 
16,65-125. 
Minor communicalionSf &c. : — On the 
site of Lewes priory mill, 2, 28. 5, 
275. Drawing of an andiron, 2, 190. 
Seal found in his garden, 5, 201. 
Ancient interments at Southese, 204. 
On lord Burlington's land in Westham, 
6, 162 note. On bronze objects found 
at Hanglcton and Piecombe, 8, 268, 
269. OnRoman coins found at Storring- 
ton, 277, 278. On antiquities found 



Fioo, William, F.S.A, Continued: — 

at Lewes and Ringmer, 9, 373. On 

the "Spital land," Seaford, 12, 116. 

Objects lent to Lewes castle museum, 

18, 61. 62. 63. 66. On the Romao 

cemetery at Bormer, 65. On the 

Hamper family, 19, 190. See 4, 127. 

7,84. 231. 14, 181. 16, 248 note, 

18, 60. 61. 19, 100 noU. 186. 22, 

226. 24, 267 note. 

PilbertSf legendary derivation of the word, 6, 46. 

Filching, pretty rivulet rising near, 15, 157. 

Filder, John, parliamentary commr. 24, 284. 

Filerye, Roger, Undfield, " stones soulde out 

of the churche '' to, 19, 42. 
Filiol, origrin of the name, 4, 144. Corrobora- 
tive device on a seal, ibid note. 
Filliol, John, 14, 112. 
Filiol, Margery, Essex estate inherited by Sir 

John Bohun from, 7, 42 note. * 

Filiol, Sibyl, curious abduction suit brought by, 
4, 144, 145. Grounds of a royal warrant 
granted to her, 146. 
FilioU, Cecilia, daughter and heir of Sir John, 

12, 32 note. 
Flliols, Essex, estate and hall of, the property 

of the Bohuns, 20, 12. 13. 14. 
Filiol, John, duty assigned by Edw. II. to, 

6,51. 
Filsham manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 145. 

Filsham, 14, no. Earliest notice, 112. In 
Judith Sherley*s marriage settlement, 114. 
Granted by the crown, 115. 

Finall, John, land held and rent paid by, 
23, 307. 

Finch, col. Heneage, cinque ports baron, 15, 
192, 193. 

Fmch, Henry, altar tomb, Icklesbam, ascribed 
by Horsfield to, 14, 259. 

Finch, lord keeper, robe-maker's bill, 4, 28. 

Finch, Sir John, M.P. for Winchelsea, 5, 103. 

Finch, Walter, testamentary direction relative 
to, 14, 221. 

Finchale priory inventory, illustrative citation 
from, 9, 255. 

Finches cottage, a warning, 12, 50. 

Finches, Chiddingly, 14, 2x4 note. 

Findon (Fyndon) nonae return, 1,60.62. Edw. 
I. at, 2, 155. 158. Grimm*s view, 3, 236. 
Tithes and lands given to Sele priory, lO, 
114. 115. 1x9. Compromise of a dispute 
as to boundaries, 121. Offence relative to 
forest and house at, 125. Annexation of 
the church to Magdalen college (1502) 127. 
Yearly value of lands, &c, in (141 1) 139. 
140. Dedicationofchurch, 12, 106. Church 
bells, 16, 141. 150 note. 152. 157. 159. 
194. 209. Peculiarity of inscription on 
second bell, 144. 145 note. Early and 
crown presentations to, 17, 107. 21, 53. 
Part of the parish called " Knep gate," 22, 



PIXDOX. 



[145] 



FITZ- ALANS. 



14. Chief freeholders (1734) and present 
representatives, 23, 76. Monumental 
brass/ 156. Common fine or rent of the 
township, 238. Guild writ, 24, 292. 
Flndon manor house, curious cavity at, 25, 

Fines for alienaticnty origin of, 12, 154. 

Fington (or Frington) Richard, lands held 
by. 25, 36. 37. 

Finkley, near Andover, flint and other imple- 
ments found at, 24, 163. 

Fiord, meaning of, 17, 142. 

Fire arms, early, at Parham, 25) 10. 

Flrebacks, cost of, and devices on, 1, 74 note, 
77. See Chimney back. 

Fire money and the cinque ports men, 12, 
188. 189 note. 

Fires in London, legislation relative to, 3, 146 
note. At Lisbum, 155 note, Tlie great fire 
of 1666, 14, 153. 154. 

Firle, Simon de, deed witnessed by, 25, 136. 

Firle, non« return, 1, 60. An early lord of 
the township, 5, 202. Osbom's holding in, 
temp, Domesday, 10, 65. Remains of way- 
side cross, 182. Inn sign, 187. Head of 
water rising at, 15, 163. Estate, how ac- 
quired by the Gages, 18, 18 iwte. Their 
long connection with the locality, &c, 24, 
II, 12. See West Firle. 

Firle church : Inscriptions, where printed, 11, 
229. The church and its bells, 16, 194. 
209. 285. Gage monument, brasses, &c, 
17, 48 note, 23, 156-158. 24, 13. 

Firle downs, Firle beacon, barrow-opening 
operations in the vicinity of, 22, 66. 73. 76. 

Firmity, ingredients of, and seasons for eating 
it. 3, 153 note. 

Fische, Harry, mayor of Winchelsea, 23, 34. 
See Fysshe. 

Fisdier, J, an esquire at Agincourt, 15, 130. 

Fish and fish ponds, 3, 152 note. Statute and 
homily on fish-eating, 4, 273, 274. Fish 
ponds in pre-reformation days, 5, 165. 
Battel abbey rights relative to fish, 17, 10. 
Quantities and kinds sent from Sussex (circa 
1250) to the royal table, 118. 23, 27. Re- 
mission of customs dues in scarcity times, 
17, 119. Quaint extract from an Amberley 
water bailiffs book, 187 note. A great 
trader in fireshwater fish, 25, 165. 

Kshbome, Fishbourne, Fisshebome, Roman 
remains found at, 10, 169. Abbey lands 
in, 11, 119. Dedication of church, 12, 71. 
Crown and early presentations, 12, 257. 
17. 104. 21, 53. Manorial rent of the 
township, 23, 227. See 18, 93. 

Fishbourne, New, church bells, 16, 181 209. 
Its stream and fish, 262. 

Fisher, Alex, incumbent, Poynings, 15, 31. 

Fisher, Mr. A. metal and earthen vesseb etched 
l^, 23, 12.82,83. 



Fisher, Edward and Thomas, "two strangers," 
25, 191. Their real names, ibi(L 

Fisher, John, and wife, son, and daughter, 
land leased to, 11, 104. 

Fisher, Philip, vicar of Eastbourne, 14, 130* 

Fisher, the Jesuit, 5, 52. 

Fisher, old Hastings name, 14, 86. 

Fisherland wood, 16, 256. 

Fisher street, Hastings, 14, 69. 

Fishersgate, Fishergate, Fisshgate, Fysscr- 
gate, hundreds or half hundreds, subsidy 
lists, 2, 301, 302. 9, 79. Parishes in the 
same, 6, 218. 23, 232, 237, notes. In- 
quest concerning rebels, 6, 219. Yearly 
value (141 1) 10, 39. Parliamentary sur« 
vey, 23, 220. 232. 236. 237. Site of court 
leet, 239. See 11, 229. 

Fisher's gate, Ashdown forest, 14, 49. 

Fisher's library, Eastbourne, token, 10, 207. 

Fishmongers' company, gift and loan pro* 
mised to Hastings by, 14t 94. Their arms 
on the Burre tomb, Sompting, 19, i83. 
Privilege of their banner-bearer, 183. 

Fishpond farm. All Saints, Hastings, 14, 88. 

Flssenden, Capt. Thos, cbmmonwealth officer, 

5, 97. 12, 260. 

Fissenden, Thomas, apothecary, Lewes, 13, 13. 
Fissher, John, rector of Waldron, 13, 86. 
Fitch, Robert, bronze celt exhibited by, 8, 

295- 
Fitness, the miller, his cure for the ague, 

9, 189. 
Fittlewoith, Fytleworth, Fltelworth, dedication 

of church, 12, 90. Crovim presentations, 

257. 21, 48. Church bells, 16» 141. 145. 

146. 209, See 17, iao.-i85. 18, 100. 
Fitton, Sir Edward and lady (Maria Har« 

boale) 14, 113, 114. 
Fitz-Alan arms, 6, 76. In Echingham church, 

®» 353- 354- 357- 358. 
Fitz-Alan, Edm. and Edm. jun. 13, i68y 169. 

Fitz Alan, Eleanor, 13, 109. 

Fitz-Alan, John de, benefactor to Boxgrove 

priory, 15, 97. 
Fitz-Alan, John de, carl of Arundel (ob. 143 5^ 

not 1534) IO9 206. See Arundel, John, 

17 th earl of. 
Fitzalan, John, earl of Chichester and Arundel, 

25, 85. 
Fitz-Alan, Richard, in the Carlaverock roll, 

6,77. 
Fitz-Alan, Roger, presentation, 17, 106. 

Fitz-Alan, Thomas, fifth earl of Arundd and 
Surrey, a victim to the sickness before Har- 
fleur, 15, 127. 

Fitz-Alan, William, 11, 1 14. 

Fitz-Alans successors to the de Warenne title, 

6, 107. Possessors of Michelham, 159, 
160. Of Seaford, 7, 79* Commandery 
founded by one of the family, 11, 101. An 
ancient hunting seat, 15, 75. Lands in 



PITZ-ALARD. 



[ 146 ] FITZ-WILLIAM. 



Ditchling, 16, 134-136. Monuments, 
brasses, &c, 18, 98. 23, 134-136. Acqui- 
sition of Cuckfidd, 25, 80. See 16, 300. 
18, 148. Arundel, Fitz Alans earls of. 

Fitz-Alard, James, 13, 169. 

Fitz Alfred, William, land given to Wilming- 
ton priory by, 4, 42. 

Fitzallak, William, prebend of, 13, 135. 

Fitzansell, Peter, land, &c, given to Calceto 
priory by, 11, loa. 

Fitz-Aucher, grant by W. Conq. to, 18, 75. 

Fitz-Aucher, Henry, 13, 168. 

Fitz. Bernard, W. charter witnessed by, 20, 3. 

Fitz-Emeric, Ralph, 13, 174. 

Fitz Geffrey, Walter, gift to the templars by, 

9, 243- 
Fitz-Geofiirey, Osbem, holdings of, temp, 

Domesday, 10, 64. 65. Query as to his 

identity with two other Osbems, 65. 66. 

Fitz-Gerald, Lady Charlotte, 18, no. 

Fitzgerald, John, M.P. for Seaford, influence 
exercised and property possessed in the 
borough by, 7, no. 134. 125. 126. 

Fitzgerald, ParceU, his land once part of Sea- 
ford harbour, 20, 130. 

Fitz-Gilbert. Elias, deed of sale from to Hast- 
ings priory, 13, 168. 

Fitz-Gimber, Giletus, 13, 17k. 

Fitz Haming, Richard, benefactor to Wilming- 
ton priory, 4, 41* 

Fitz Hamon, Robert, Norman warrior, side 
espoused by after the Conqueror's death, 
monastery founded by him, &c 22, 128. 
See 14, 25. 

Fitz-Hamon, W. charter witnessed by, 20, 3. 

Fitz-Hardmothe, Hugh, land bought by 
Robert de Icklesham of, 13, 170. 

Fitz-Henry, William and Thomas, at Agin- 
court, 15, 126. 135. 

Fitzherberd, Edmund and Johanna, early 
owners of Sherrington manor, 15, 211. 

Fitzherbert, Henry, implicated in Lord Dacrc's 
fatal frolic, 19, 175. 176. His family, 
179. 

Fitz Herbert, Matthew, sheriff of Sussex, 3, 
7 note. Pevensey castle ordered to be sur- 
rendered to, 6, 272. 

Fitz-Heriz lands, 11, 114. 

Fitzhugh, George Lord, conveyance intrust 
to, 14, 112. 

Fitz-Hueh, Henry, yearly value of manor of 
(141 1) 10, 143. 

Fitz-Hugh, Miss, lithographs from drawings 
by, 4, 93. 94. 

FiTz-HuoH, Miss M. C, on Streat, 25, 126- 

Fitz-Hugh, or de Bodeham, Osbem, season- 
able grrant to Battel abbey by, 9, 276. 
Gift by his wife, 277. Pedigree, 277. 

Fitz-Hugh, Osbom, temp, Domesday, query 
as to identity of, 10, 66. 



Fitz-Hugh, rev. William Anthony, A.B, rector 

of Streat, 25, 127. 134. 
Fitz-James, bishop, characterized by Erasmus, 

16, 237 note, 
Fitz-James, duke, at Minden, 10, 42. 
Fitz-Lambert, Walter, sub-tenant, Crowhurst 

manor, 7, 49. Suggestion apropos of the 

name, 54. See 18, 136. 172. 
Fitz-Nichol, Richard, annuity granted (141 1) 

by the king to, 10, 138. 
Fitz-Norman, W. domesday owner of Combes, 

Sussex, 1 1, 83 note. Territorial name taken 

by his descendants, 24, 3 1 , 36. 5m Norman. 
Fitz-Osbome (Sewer to W. Conq.) omen drawn 

by, 6, 20. William Fitz-Osbom ancestor 

of the Cliffords, 75. 
Fitz-Osmund, Herbert, land, &c, given to 

Calceto priory by, 11, lOi. Gift deed wit- 
nessed by, 117. 
Fitz-Patrike or Fitz-Patrick, Bamaby, whip- 
ping-substitute for Edward VI, 5, 185. 

Letter to him from the king, 10, 201. 
Fitz-piers, John, and his substitute at Agin- 

court, 15, 129. 
Fitz-ray, Robert, deed witnessed by, 11, 99. 
Fitz-Rdnald, or Fitz-Rainald, William, early 

holder of Poynings, 11, 52. 15, 5. 
Fitz-Richard, Adyan, gift deed witnessed by, 

11, 101. 
Fitz-Richard, William, yearly value (141 1) of 

lands held by, 10, 142. 
Fitz-Robert, Adam, the tanner, gift of land 

by, 11, 103. 
Fitz-Robert Fitzwido, 17, 9. 
Fitz-Robert, Philip, money and cheeses given 

to king John by, for a wardship, 12, 153. 
Fitz-Robert, William, fate of an ally of, 4, 

43. Deed witnessed by, 13, 169. 
Fitz-Robert, actual surname of Simon de 

Wells, 22, 181. 
Fitz-Rou le Blanc, Toustains, gonCanon bearer 

at Hastings, 6, 21. 
Fitz-Roy, rt. hon. H, late M.P. for Lewes, 18,6o. 
Fitz-Sampson, Bertin, 13, 169. 
Fitz-Seward, Robert, consideration given for a 

man*s wife, &c, by, 12, 153. 
Fitz-Stephen, Richard, 11, 102. 
Fltz-Stephens, benefactors to St. Nicholas 

priory, Exeter, 23, 126. 
Fitz-Ursc, Richard, brotlier of fiecket*s mur^ 

derer, 2, 218. 
Fitzwalter, lord, mission shared by, 17, 73. 
Fitzwalter, Simon, name given by Dallaway 

to Simon de Wells, 22, 1 78. 
Fltz-Walwyn, Adam, prudent purchase by 

Bayham abbey of, 9, 160. 
Fitz-Wibert, William, singular grant to 

Battel abbey by, 17, 24. 
Fitz- William, Mabel, Lady, 7, 30 note. Sir D. 

Owen's legacy to her, 42. 
Fitz-William, Sir William, earl of South* 



FITZWILLYAMS. 



[ H7 ] 



FLETUS. 



amptoni Cowdray purchased by, 5* 178. 
180. Rebuilder of Cowdray: his bequest, 
of same, 1 79. Further particulars regard- 
ing him, 179 note, 180. 181. 182. Inscrip- 
tion on his portrait at Cambridge, 7, 29 
note. His burial directions, 30 note. Date 
of his creation as earl, 40 note. Sir D. 
Owen's legacy to him, 41 note. Dissolved 
priories granted to him, 220. 224. Dure- 
ford abbey and Easeboume nunnery sites 
granted to, 8, 92. 9, 29. Midhurst sold 
to, 20, 21. See 10, 202. 25, 19. South- 
ampton, Fitzwilliam, earl ol. 

Fitzwillyams, Mr. Hastings, 14, 98. 

Five Ashes, inn sign, and Five Ash Down, 10, 
191. Five Bells, Chailey, 10, 191. 

Flack, J. models of fonts by, 18, 62. 

Flagon, formerly used by the Protestant 
rdfugee congregation at Rye, 13, 208. 

Flamang, Richard le, founder of Welbeck 
abbey, 8, 43- 

Flambard, Robert, maoebearer of London, the 
*'dear vadlet'' of Edw. III. 22, 199. 

Flanders, count of. Sir E. Dalyngruge com- 
missioned to make conditions with, 9, 290. 

Flanders, custom of " madelstard " in, 6* 
174. Piracies, &c, of the Winchelsea men 
on the merchants of, 23, 26. 30. Flemish 
monumental slabs and stone brought into 
Sussex, 173. See Flemings. Margaret of 
Flanders. 

Flansham brooks, 16, 260. 

Flansham town light, bequest for, 12, 90. 

Flavia Helena, and Flavia Maxima Fausta, 
coins of, found, 11, 140. 

Flax, 3, 141 note. Flax spinning in return 
for parish relief, 19, 51, 52. See Hemp. 

Flaxlamd, John de, boiefaictor to Sele priory, 
10, 117. 

Flaxman, ancient bronze made perfect by, 8» 
283. Monument in Westgrinstead church 
by, 22, 1 1. 

Fleet ditch, London, 19» 23 note. 

Fleet prison, bailiff of Rypc committed to the, 
14, 234. 

Fleetwood, William, suits instituted by, 14, 

234» 235- 
Fleg, Henry de, prior of Farlegh, error of the 

Monasticon, relative to, 3i 195. 

Ftemene/ri*hf meaning of, 9) 229. 

Fleming, Alan le, place possessed by, 6, 49. 
Licensed to rebuild, 13, 106. 

Fleming, Sir James, 23| 179. 

Fleming, Nicholas, abp. of Armagh, 12, 139. 

Flemings, policy of Edward III. in encouraging 
settlement in England of, 13, 180. Eng- 
lish towns in which they settled under 
Elizabeth, 193. 

Flemyng, T. an esquire at Agincourt, 15, 180. 

Flesh-eating, statute for the limitation of, 4, 
273. Licenses for, 274, 275. 11, 34, 35. 



Flesmonger (or Fleshmonger) William, dean 
of Chichester, 2, 4. 24, 44. New ordi- 
nances for St. Mary's hospital put forth by 
him, 24, 50-52. 53. 57. 

Fleta's definition of ** Cherset," 15, 89 note, 

Fletcher, George, trade tokens, 17, 254. 24, 
130. 134. 

Fletcher, John, dramatist, place and date of 
birth of, 13, 273. 

Fletcher, Richard (father of the dramatist) 
vicar of Rye, bishop of Bristol, of Worcester 
and of London, 13, 273. See of Bristol, 
how impoverished by him, ibid. 

Fletcher, Robert, vicar of Westboume, 22, 
109. Register entry of his induction, ap- 
pointment of his successor, &c, 109, no. 

Fletcher, Mr. lord of Bognor manor, 25, 115. 
116. 121. 

Fletcher, Mr. Chichester, his son killed at 
Minden, 10, 42. 

Fletcher, William, tokens, 18, 164. 24, 126. 

Fletching (Fleechyng) traces of iron works at, 
2, 209. Lord Buckherst's forge, 3, 242. 
Limit of sewers commission (142 1) 10, 95. 
Inn signs, 187. 188. Former seat of the 
Wilsons, 11, 7. Land released to Roger 
Dalyng^egge, 12, 26 note, 230. Berkhame 
manor, 3 1 note, Fletching bridge and de 
Montfort's forces, 15, 160. 162. Topo- 
graphy, 16, 285. Yearly value of lands 
(1649) ^^* ^^* ^^^ ^ ^^ parishes bene- 
fited by "Dog" Smith's charity, 22, 43. 
Chief freeholder (1734) and his present re- 
presentative, 23, 76. Allotment of land in 
Ashdown forest and list of claimants, 24, 
203-206. See 14, 49. 56. 138. 146. 157. 
164. 166. 

Fletching church : architectural note, 2, 274. 
The Dalyngrugge and Denot (liot DevoO 
brasses, 309. 18, iS note. 23, 158, 159. 
Granted to Michelham priory, 6, 137. 139. 
Value, 141. Lache (Leach) monument, 
11, 10. Burials in the chancel, 11. 14. A 
slanderer's recantation in the porch, 12. 
Parson's arms quota, 225. Church bells, 
16, 194. 209. 

Fletching Parish and Church, by Rev. 
S. D. Wilde, vicar, 4, 231-236. Derivation 
of name, extent, condition at Domesday, 
&C, 231. Monuments and memorials in 
the church, the Leche bequest, &c, 232, 233. 
Panelling of the pulpit, 234. Particulars 
relating to the benefice, ilfitL Registry 
entries relative to the plague, burials in 
woollen, &C, 235. Early deeds, vicars re- 
ferred to in the Registers, 236. Archi- 
tectural Description, by Rev. Frederick 
Spurrell, 237-252. 

Flete, Simon atte, port collector, 17, 144. 

Fletterwyk, Walter, presentation, 17, 107, 

FUtuSf meaning of, 19, 23 note. 



PLEXBOROUGH. 



[ h8] 



FORD. 



Flezborough (or Flezbridge) hundred, 11, 229. 
24, 218. Parishes comprised in it, 220. 

Flexham, 17> 120. 

Flimwell church bell, 16, 231. 

Flint implements found at Hardham, 16, 63. 
Flintflake theory, 1 81 165. An illustrative 
anecdote, 168 note. Platform of flints dis- 
covered in Bow-hill barrow, 22, 59. Flint 
works at Cissbuiy, 24, 145-165. 5eeCiss- 
bury. Worked flints. 

Flint, Robert, M.A, vicar of Westboume, note 
of his preferments, death, &c, 22, 1 1 1 . 

Flintham, Hugh de, deed witnessed by, 25, 
136. 

Flooer, Hugh de, prebend of, 13, 136. 

Flodden field, contingent furnished by an 
English clothier at, 2, 249. The " foyler " 
of the Scots, 11, 16. 

Floid, David, captured and beheaded, 7, 42 n. 

Floods, baptisms interrupted by. 4, 256. 
Damage done by one in 1797, 12, 3. See 
Incmdations. Storms. 

Flogging monks, rules for, 7, 153. 

Flote. John, burial direction of, 12, 94. 

Flote, R. le, subsidy juror, Midhurst, 20, 7. ' 

Flothe de, bell founder, 16t 196. 

Flour, Willielmus, Pevensey baron, 17« 66. 

Flower, Mr. J. W. barrow -opening partici- 
pated in by, 22, 191. 

Flower, Peter, proof of age by, 12, 41. 

Floyd, Thomas, Dr. Cooper's quarrel with, 4, 
282, 283. 

Fludewith, pritilege of, 9» 228. Probable 
signification of, 229. 

Floiry, Wm. gift deed witnessed by, 11, loi. 

Flushing, regular agency for Sussex smug- 
glers at, IO9 91. Ship boarded off, 11, 21. 
See 158. / 

Flynty Hue, annuity bequeathed by Lord Hoo 
to, 8, 120. 

Fogden, E. information furnished by, 18, 79. 

Fogg, Sir William, of Repton, 17» 59. 

Fogge, Alice, married to Sir R. Oxenbridge, 
8, 226. 

Foghelcr, John, presentation, 17, 107. 

Fokyntone, Hugh de, his gift to Lewes priory, 
2, 14. See Folkington. 

Fold, in Sussex place-names, 7t 8. 

Foliot, Henry, abbot of Gloucester, iron sent 
into Sussex by, 3, 60. 

Foljambe, T. marriage contract of, 14, 182. 

Folkestone, and the landing of Anne of 
Cleves, 15» 183 note. Would not pay for 
▼entson whereof it partook not, 191. See 
12» 161 note. 

Folkestone fishermen, collection at Maresfield 
for the, 21, 217. 

Folkington, removal of the Dobelb to, 4, 96. 

Folkington (Fokyngton, Folkyngton, Fouking- 
ton) yearly value of manor, lands, &c, (1411 
and 1649) 10, 141. 19» 208. Incum- 



bent's arms qnota, 11, 226. Church in- 
scriptions where printed, 229. Heniy 
Marshall's legacy to the parish poor, 13, 52. 
Customary charge on the manor, 14, 263. 
Church bell, 16, 148. 209. Old view of 
seat at, 285. Chief freeholder in 1734, 23, 
76. 5ee 14, 209. 15, 158 no<e. 159. 

Pollers, John, Northiam, trade token, 10, 208. 

Fonnells, Simon, chantry rent paid by, 23, 31. 

Fontenoy, 10, 45.47. 

Fonts : rescue of that of Maresfield chapel, 9, 
43. Denton, 98. Buxted, 209. Eching- 
ham, 351. Nutley, 12, 17. 

Food, dearth of (1709) 3, 159 note. See Com. 

Fool, Edw. n. entertained by a, 6, 49. Cost 
of " hallowing and other fools" at an elec- 
tion, 10, 50 note. 

Football, event fixed by an accident at, 12, 
43. Played after baptisms, 15, 213 note. 

Footibleeding, 9, 202. Old reason for, 23.65. 

Footbridge bank, Ashdown forest, parliamen- 
tary survey, 23, 220. 242-245. Foot- 
bridge lands, 14, 49. 

Foote, John, suit against, 14, 235. 

Foray, Walter, permitted to give land, &c, to 
Eaiseboume nunnery, 9, 6. 

Forbe, John, priest, burial direction of, bequest 
to his church, to village maidens, Alc, by, 
12, 91. 

Forbes, Dr, stone implement deposited in 
Chichester museum by, 9, 116. 

Ford in Sussex place-names, 7, 9. 15. Its 
meaning, 17, 141, 142. 

Ford (or Fordes) church possessed by Leve- 
minster priory, 11, 118. Its hells, 16, 143. 
209. Arun river, 258, 259. Ford " clap- 
pers,*' 251. Crown presentation, 21, 53. 

Ford green, 15, 161.- 

Ford, Abraham, land held by and rent charged 
thereon, 23, 307. 

Ford, Alyce, *' hurt and damage" to Michel- 
ham priory by, 6, 148. 

Ford (Foord, Forde) Col. Sir Edward, of Up 
park, royalist, 5, 36. His boasting ofEer to 
the King, 37. In jeopardy, 39. His fame 
as a mechanist, &c 45. Plots a seizure of 
Arundel, 55. His success, 57. Again on 
the losing side, 61. Hopeless mission con- 
fided to him, 63. His offer to his soldiers, 
9, 52. A puritan chaplain's wish concern- 
ing him, 53. High sheriff of Sussex, 19, 
94 7iote. Held Chichester against the 
parliament, 118. See 9, 50. 14, 151. 
22, 167 note. 

Ford, George, token of, 11, 175. 24» 132. 

Ford, George and William, oopyhoklers, 
Maresfield, 24, 207, 208. 213. I^d held 
in Ashdown forest by, 14, 49. 

Ford, Henry, land held by the widow of; 
waste and spoliation charged against him, 
23| 262. 300. 



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Ford, John, imprisoned, 5, 45. 

Tord, John, smuggler, sentence on, 10, 93. 

Ford, John, atte, 16, 257. 

Ford, N. in the Eastbourne books, 14, 131. 

Ford, T. an esquire at Ag^ncourt, 15, 129. 

Ford (Foord, Forde) Sir William, royalist, of 
Harting, "the soape projector," 5, 45. 16, 
40, 41. Oliver Cromwell's courtesy to, 
19, 92. Royalist composition paid by him, 
94. His imprisonment, &c, 105. Lands 
demised to him and others, 23, 285. 

25, 45- 

Forde manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 136. 
Forde place, Brede, 8, 213. Bought by the 

Oxenbridges, 214. 
Forde, Hen. atte, fact fixed by death of, 12, 39. 
Forde, Robert, novice, Michelham, 6, 149. 
Forder, William, deponent to Sir Garrett 

Kempe's recusancy, 19, 116, 117. 
Fordham granted to F. de Bohun, 20, i. 
Fordingbridge, smugglers at, 10, 86. 
Fordred, James, auditor for Hythe (Hethe) 

15, 188. 
Fordwich, 12, 161 notf. 
Forcbench, John, vicar of Sutton, 17, 161. 
Foreign protestant refugees; French, 3, 121. 

123. Polish, 158. Palatinate, 159. See 

Rye passage book. 
Foreign sepulchral brasses, exhibition (and 

list) of rubbings from, 8, 340-342. 
Foreigners, parish entries relating to, 4, 247. 

See Aliens. Forraners, 
Foreman, Mr, manorial steward, 25, 176. 
Forest Gate, Ashdown forest, 14, 49. 
Forest laws of the Norman kings, extreme 

rigour of the, 12, 142. 
Forest lodge, Maresfield, 14, 146. 
Forest ridge, Wealden heights known as the, 

15, 148. 164. 16, 269. Forest side, 16, 

264. 
Forest row church bells, 16, 209. 
Forests in Sussex, their geologica) and 

botanical attractions, 14, 40. See 15, 

150. Anderida. Ashdown. Saint Lecmards. 
Forest or Forester, William and Guido de, 

grand masters of the knights templars, 9, 

269. 270. 10, no. 
Forest, John, charter witnessed by, 22, 118. 
Forestallf probable meaning of, 9, 229. 
" Forestalling,'* fines at Seaford for, 7, 107. 

Diarist Turner on, 11, 197. 
Forester, lord and lady, 15, 76, 77. 
Forestership of Rutland, restored to Sir E. 

Dalyng^uge, 9, 283. 289. 
Forey, Walter, presentation, 17, 104. 
"Forge'* and "old Forge," Maresfield, 14, 

158. 

Forge wood, Chiddingly, 14, 230. 

Forger, John, co-grantee of the goods and 

chattels of Philip Kobbe, 22, 118. 
Forks, when introduced into England: an- 



tique examples, Roman and Anglo-Saxon, 
7, 203 note. Evidence of their former 
rarity, 204 iiote, 
Forman, John, East Grinstead martyr, 20« 

Forraners f local meaning of, 6, 231. 

Forrep landj description of, 6, 176 note, 

Forster, Anne (not Foster) iron monumental 
slab to, 5, 202-204. I^ present resting 
place, 18, 72. 

Forster, Joan, cause of penance done in 
church by, 22, 91. 

Forster, or Foster, Sir Michael, trial of smug- 
glers presided at by, 9, 194. 

Forster, or Foster^ Sir Robert of Egham, 
Chid Justice, K.B, 14, 229. 244. 

Forster, Lord Leicester's servant, suspicious 
death of Lady Leicester in the house of, 
23, 7 note. Forster, see Foster. 

Fort, Robert le, castle built by, 9, 247. 

Fortescue, Anthony, Lordtngton house oc- 
cupied by, 21, 86. His animosity towards 
and plots against Q. Elizabeth, 87. 

Fortescue, John, chief justice, 18, 34. 

Forth, or Furtho, W. vicar, Ninfield, 17, 60. 

Fortification of towns and houses ; see Royal 
licenses. 

Fortrie, John, incumbent, Hamsey, 17, 100. 

Fort- William, Scotland (i 753)condiition, prices, 
&c, 10, 38. 

Foscarini, Venetian ambassador ; expenses of 
his visit to England, 24, 1 20. 

Foss, Edward, on the collar of SS, 12, 222 
note. Notice of chief baron Jdfray by, 
14, 223. On "Vice Canccllarius," 22, 
179. His notice of Simon de Wells, 181. 

Foss, Rocelin de, master of the temple, 9, 236. 

Foster, " the incomparable miss," 9, 202. 

Foster, Anthony, knighthood composition, 
16, 50. 

Foster, C. le Neve, flint implements found by, 
16, 63 note, 

Foster, or Forster, Henry, trade token, 11, 
177. 24, 132. 

Foster, John, knighthood comp. 16, 47. 

Foster, John, of Dover, married to a descen- 
dant of John Rowe, 24, 89. 

Foster, John, burial entry,' 25, 162. 

Foster, Justice, his robemaker's bill, 4, 28. 

Foster, Nicholas, companion in Lord Dacre's 
fatal frolic, 19, 175, 176. 

Foster, R. letter from serjt. Amherst to, 11, 12. 

Foster, Richard, burial direction of, 12, 68. 

Foster, Robert, of Battel, justice, 14, 29. 16, 
27. 28. 29. 43. Knighthooji composition, 
46. Bell donor, 188. 

Foster, Robert, gift to Battel abbey, 17» 20. 

Foster, Robert, jurat, Winchelsea, 23, 21. 
Distraint on his heirs, ibid, 

Foster, Sir Thomas, 16, 27 note, 

Foster, Thomas, trustee and executor to Sir 



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G. Oxenbridge, 8, 219. Legacy bequeathed 
to him, 220. Mayor of Winchelsea, 23, 34. 

Foster, see Forstcr. 

Foubert, Major, military riding master, 11, 
45. Local reminiscence of him, 45 note. 

Foakes, Jo. arms quota of, 11, 225. 

Fould-4are, FauUragCy FcUdagiwn, significa- 
tion of, 6, 232. Orig^ and rationale of 
the custom, 233, 234. 

Founder, or Ffoundor, William, bell founder 
16, 148. 152. 196. 

Fountaync, William, co-possessor of lands in 
Horsham, 22, 159. 

" Fountcn-bloo," medicinal waters, Waldron, 
a query relative to the, 7, 230. 

Fount Hill, its derivatives, &c, 2, 302 note. 

Fountington, see Funtington. 

Fourpartners manor, locale of, 11, no. 

Four throws, Hawkhurst, smugglers' depot 
at, 10, 80. 

Fovile, or Foville, William de, prior of Lewes, 
2i 27. His death, and liberal gifts to the 
priory, 29. Further particulars, 3, 19]^ 
208. 6, 145. 262. 

Fowel, John, subsidy comptroller, Chichester, 

24. 67. 

Fowell, W. knighthood oomp. 16, 51. 
Fowkes, John, dean of Hastings, 13, 154. 
Fowle family, wealthy iron workers, 2, 218. 

Decadence of the family: a prized relic, 

ibid. See 11, 12 note. 18, 15. 24, 198 n. 
Fowle, Anslow, or Annesley, burial entry, 25, 

161. 
Fowle, Anthony, justice, road commissioner, 

&c, 14, 228. 15, 146. 16, 30. 31. 
Fowle, Elizabeth, 13» 98. 
Fowle, Humphrey, of Rotherfield, arms of, 

25, 95. 

Fowle, John, praying bequest to, 17r 190. 

Fowle, Mr. his motion on behalf of William 
Gage's children, 19, 114. 

Fowle, Nicholas, of Riverhall, armada contri- 
bution, 1, 35. Two other Nicholas Fowles, 
3, 241. 243. 25, 95. 

Fowle, Robert, M.P. for Winchelsea, 5, 104. 

Fowle, Robert, "his gallerie in y* church," 
Salehurst, 25, 153. Parish matters in 
which he took part, 154. 155. Burial entry 
of two Roberts, 159. His litigation with 
the vicar, 161. 

Fowle and Middleton families, alliance 
between the, 22, 43. 44* 

Fowler, family, nodce of the, 12, 102 note. 

Fowler, Mr, one of the proud duke's bailiffs, 
his warning to Tho. Marchant, 25, 196. 

Fowler, Rev. J. T, M.A, F.S.A, on Jewell and 
Harding's book, 20, 225, 226. 

Fowler, Simon, prebendary of Ninfield, 13, 
144. Incumbent of Racton, 23, 15. 

Fowler, Sir T. Islington property of, 19, 108. 

Fox, and Fox and hounds, inn signs, 10i 190. 



Fox, bishop, Wolsey's first patron, 15, 62 n. 

Fox, Col. A. H. Lane, F.S.A, 24, 147 note. 
On the origin and purposes of the hill forts, 
1 50, 151. Remains found by him at High- 
down, 152. His speculations on and ex- 
plorations at Cissbury, 153. 154. 155. See 

i57» H^f "65- 22, 191. 
Fox, Geo. his visit to Sussex, 16, 71, 72,' 73. 
Foxe, John, martyrolog^st, and his book, 1, 

89 note. ** Fat headed priest" referred to 

by him, 12, 11. See 20, 226. 
Foxearle (or Foxherle) hundred, lord of, 6, 

57. Granted to Sir R. Fenys, 10, 212. 

Query, 11, 229. Knighthood composition 

return, 16, 47. Non-resident barons, 17, 

67. 

Foxes, complaints of the ravages of, 3, 46, 
47. Ancient parish payments for destruc- 
tion of, 6, 242. 14, 247. End of a 
domesticated fox, 23, 51. 

Foxhall, ancient glories of, 15, 76, 77. 

Foxhunt manor in Waldron, 13, 87. Infer- 
ence from its name, 28. Its early and 
later possessors, 88, 89. 

Foxhunt manor and farm, 14, 3ii. 239. 

Foxle, Adam de, parson of Echingham, 9, 347. 

Foxle, John, yearly value of manor held by 
(141 1) 10, 135. 

Foxlee, John de, inquisirion relative to Peven- 
sey castle taken by, 6, 273. Inquiry com- 
missioner on the templars' properties, 9* 
239. 251. 

Foxwist, W. de, 9, 317. Foxwist heath, 321. 

Foyce, Henry, offices held and emoluments 
received by, 13, 125. 126. See 1^9. 130. 

Foys, R. and wife, monumental brass, 23, 165. 

Fozell, John, incumbent, Amberley, 17, 234. 

Fraelvilla, Anselm de, his gift to Battel abbey, 
17, 30. 

Fraie, John, armada contribution, 1, 36. 

Framfield (Framelle, Franchfelde, Franck- 
feld) nonae return, 1, 63. Furnaces and 
consumption of wood at, 2, 209, 210. 3» 
243, 244. 19, 206. All archiepiscopal 
peculiar, 2, 222. Ecclesiastical misdeed 
of a minister, 4, 253. A parbh appren- 
tice bond, 268. Customs relative to assert 
land, &c, in the manor, 6, 175, 176. 183. 
High cross and inn sign, 10, 182. 188. 
Trader's token, 11, 175. 176. 24, 128. 
Thanksgiving service (1759) 11» 204. 
Vicar's arms quota, 227. Hundred and 
manor, 12, 5. R. Thunder, vicar (1377) 
36. Crown presentations, 257. Stream, 
15, 161. Church bells, 16, 177. 194. 
209. Yearly value of lands (1649) 19y 
ao8. Monumental brass, 23, 159. Fair 
g^nted 21, 16. Church burnt: petition 
of the parishioners to the king, 164. An 
energetic vicar, 213. Rebuilder of the 
vicarage, 214. 



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Framptxld, notes on the Church and 

ANCIENT PARISH GENTRY of, by RcV. H. 

R. Hoare, 4, 291-304. Early churchi 
derivation of place-name, &c, 292. Paro- 
chial and manorial history, early incum- 
bents, &c, 293, 294. Architecture of the 
church, rood screen, chantries, &c, 294- 
296. Fall of the tower, sale, and present 
loceUe of the bells, &c, 297. Modem monu- 
ments in the church, 303. Ancient parish 
gentry, see Durrant, of Great Streele. 
French, of Estones. Gage, of Bentley. 
Hempstead. Hodson of Poundsley. Isted. 
Peckham. Smith, of Highlands. Stapley. 
Stone, of New Place, Wamett, of Hemp** 
stead. 

France, presOration of historical monuments 
in, 1, 2. Treatment of English captives 
in, 4, 272. Eulogy on its protestant in- 
habitants, 273. Dispute of Edward II. 
with, 6, 42. 52. Its tongue long used by 
the descendants of the Normans, 114. 
Custom of mameU in, 1 74. French cooks 
at Halland, 11, 203. English expeditions 
to France, 12, 225. Position of the dnque 
ports in relation to wars with, 14, 71. 92, 
93. Levies of Edw. Ill, 214. Organic 
remains found in, 16, 60. Property-transfer 
custom, 133. Entry of a Frenchman's 
marriage, 19, 51. Order to the Winchel- 
sea bailiffs on the King's return firom his 
unsuccessful expedition to, 23, 14. Sad 
condition of the land in 1709, 25, 75. See 
Agincourt. French invasions. French 
protestant refugees. 

Franceys, or Frances, Robt. le, rent given and 
land occupied by, 11, 99. 15, 93. 

Franceys, Jn. offices conferred on, 18, 144. 

Franchame park, deerstealers in, 17f 120. 

Franchise in Burwash, 21, 8. 13. 

Francis I, of France, the occasion of a subsidy 
in England, 19, 149. 

Francis, Dr. physician to Card.Wolsey, 9, 175. 

Francis, Sir Edward, one of " Dog " Smith's 
trustees, 22, 37. Date of his death, 42. 
A debtor to Smith, 45. 

Francis, William, deponent as to Sir Gairet 
Kempe's recusancy, 19, 117. 

Franck, Abraham, arms quota of, 11, 226. 

Francke, Richard, jurat of Hastings, 14, 100. 
His origin, 10 1. 

Franckwell, Mr. arms quota, 11, 226. 
Thomas, incumbent of Racton, 23, 16. 

Francwelle, temp, Domesday, Osbem's hold<- 
ing in, 10, 64. 

Frankalmoign^ peculiarity of grants made in, 
&c, 5, 157 note. 15, 118 note, 

Frank, Elizabeth, 13» 98. 

Franke, John, keeper of Pippingford walk, 23| 
268. 

Frankland arms, inn sign, 10, 187. 



Frankland, John, Bosham estate acquired and 
alienated by, 8, 197. 

Frankland, Rev. John, questionable improve- 
ments in, and altar piece given to, West- 
bourne church by, 22, 83. Instituted 
rector, his burial place, &c, 105. Vicar 
presented by him, iii. 

Frankland, William, 10, 51. 

Franklin, Benjamin, his version of the " Omnia 
vanitas" story, 11, 222. 

Franklin, John, and Thomas Freeland, church- 
wardens, Westboume (1770) agreement 
with, about recasting the bells, 22, 86. 

Frankpledge law of, 13, 99 note, 

Franks, Augustus W, F.S.A, on the Dureford 
abbey tiles, 8, 61. Bronze brooch, iron 
matrix, &C, exhibited at Chichester by, 284. 
Zi'^' ?^33' On Mountfield treasure trove, 
16, 310. At a barrow opening on Beachy 
Head, 22, 191. On a bronze signet found 
near Hastings, 195. See 10, 179. 15f 
241 note 

Frankwell, Richard, will of, 4, 206. 

Frankwell, William, Maresfield, 24, 208. 

Frankysshe, Robert, rector of Waldron, 13, 86. 

Frant, iron works at, 2, 210. 3, 241. Note- 
worthy extracts from the register, 4, 247. 
248 note, 256. 257. 286. Ancient spelling 
of the name, 292. Borough English in the 
manor, 6, 182. Complicity of the vicar in 
certain riotous reprisals, 7, 221. Bay ham 
in Frant, 9, 145. 154. Character of the 
land in the parish, 154 note. Inn signs, 10, 
187. 188. Traders' tokens, 208. 24, 129. 
Vicar's arms quota, 11, 227. Dr. Delves, 
vicar, 13,99. Church bells, 16, 194. 210. 
River source, 272. Yearly value of lands 

(1649) ^9t 2o8* ^^ 17, 120. 

Eraser, captain, 20, 53. 

Fraunces, Hugh, annuity payable oat of 
Pevensey to (141 1) 10, 133. 

Fraunces, John, 18, 48. 

Fraxeto (Ashgrove) Roger, see Ashgrove. 

Fraxineto (Ashurst) Roger de, g^ to Wilming- 
ton priory by, 4, 41. 

Fre, W. and J. le, 11, 100. loi. 

Freamville, John de, grant to W. de Scoteny 
of the lands of, 6, 221. 

Frebody of Odymer, 6, 69. See Freebodie. 

Frederick, emperor of Germany, popular dis* 
belief of the death of, 19, 82. 

Frederick the Great, description of a medal of, 

16» 301, 302. 

Frederick Henry, prince, son of the Palatine, 
untoward end of, letter from him, &:c, 4, 
223. 

Freebodie, John (of Udimore) armada contri- 
bution, 1, 37. 

Freebody family, monumental brasses, 23* 
187. 

Free chase and Free warren, 14, 38. 43. 



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Freehold land sodcty, Hastings, land bought 

by the, 14, 88 7iote, 
Frecland, H. W. sometime M.P. for Chichester, 

antiquities, &c, exhibited by, 8, 283. 305. 

3^3' 315- 3^3' 333' Documents, 335. 

Pottery dug up by, 10, 180. Lists of 

Sussex incumbents compUed by : Waldron, 

13, 86. Ditchling, 13, 259. Chiddingly, 

14, 248. Poynings, 15, 31. Hamsey, 
17, 79. 99. 100. Sea^brd, Sutton, and 
Sutton cum Seaford, 160, x6i. Amberley, 
234. Appledram, 18, 83, 84. East Grin- 
stead, 20, 147. Westboume, 22, 99. 
Racton, 23, T5. 

Freeland, J. B. on St. Richard's will, 1, 164. 
Documentary extracts furnished by, 5i 
248-253. 9, 61. See 16, 30, 31. 17, 57. 

Freeman, E. knighthood composition, 16, 50. 
Freeman, E. A. question investigated by,19, 73. 
Freeman, George, of Lewes, 13, 30. 
Freeman, Jo. parson, arms quota of, 11, 226. 
Freeman, Rev. Philip, Papers by: 

On some of the charactoistic features of 

Chichester cathedral, 1, 142-148. 
On Antiquities discovered in St. Olave's 

church, Chichester, 5, 213-228. 
On the site of ** a temple by Chichester ** 
as etched by John Dunstall, 7, 56-60. 
Freeman, Ralph, arms of, 25, 96. 
Freeman, Wm. M.P. for Horsham, 5, 104. 
Freeman, W. (justice, " so called ") 16, 74, 75. 
Freem^nte^ or Freemantle (a residence of Hen. 
in.) supply of Sussex nails sent to, 17, 
117. [See note 8 on same page.] Order 
dated by king John from, 22, 19. 
Freemen, Rye, created to turn an election, 9, 59. 
Free services, their nature, &c., 12, 143. 
Free tenants, services exacted by the templars 
from, 9, 252. Decision in a case stated, 
252 note, 
Frecwarren, oppressive exercise of the right of, 

6, 115. 
Frcere, old, 11, 38. 

Fremfyld, David, monk of Lewes, 4, 303. 
French invasions of the South coast, actual 

and apprehended, 1, 62, 63. 11, 203. 12, 

25. 42 note. 43. 15, 213 note, 17, 74. 

124. 147. 
French protestant refugees, liberal aid given 

to, 3, 121 note. Timothy Burrell's gift, 

121. 123. 164. 
French family, of Estones, notice of the, 4, 

303. " John Frcnche's hammer," ibid, 
French family, of Chiddinely ; Andrew, 14, 

228. Anne {nie Sackville; 229. 244. John, 

221. 228. 229. 237. Stephen, 221. 228. 237. 

Thomas, 228. 230. Mortuary inscriptions, 

&c, 244. 245. See 228. 229. 246. 17, 1 01. 

French family, iron workers, sites of their 



forges, &c, 2, 196. 4o8. 3, 245. ID, 
190. 15,158. iSee Frenshe. Freynsh. 

French, Joane, 13, 98. 

French, Lawr. customs comptroller, 24, 64. 

French, Mr, convivialities, &c, of diarist Turner 
with, 11, 187. 188. 192. 194. 195. 202. 205. 
208. His death and its accelerating cause, 
211. Fatal accident to John Frendi's 
horse, 215. 

French, Moses, quaker, sentenced, 16, 80. 

French, Richard, Seaford, why regarded as 
** living suspiciously," 7, 98. 

French, Richard, event fixed in the memory 
of by a broken leg, 12, 44. 

French, Richard, cinque ports baron, 15, 
189. Expenses allowed him, 190. 

French, Richard, deed witnessed by, 25, 
144. 

French, Stephen, of Chiddingly, iron founder, 
lands in Hailsham held by, 24, 253. 263. 
264. See 253 nots, 

French, William, his claim on conviction for 
felony, 7, 99. 

Frenche, John, "a Streame of Chiddingligh," 
14, 228. 

Frenche, Richard, jurat of Hastings, 14, 100. 

Frend, John, suit against, 14, 234. 

Frend, Roger le, subsidy juror, 20, 7. 

Frende, William, incumbent of Racton, 23, 16. 

Frendesbury, Robert, abbot of Begeham, 9, 
179. 

Freninghara, Willi de, 14, 214. 

Frensbe, Thomas, monumental brass, 9, 370. 
23, 171. 

Frentwyte, 9, 228. General meaning of, 229. 

Freshfield, furnaces at, 3, 242. 18, 16. 

Fretebcrgh chase, 16, 136, 137. 

Fretton, William, a felon parson, escape from 
prison of, 17, 199. 

Frewbn Family Accounts, Extracts from 
the, by W. D. Cooper, Esq, F.S.A, 4, 22. 
24-30. Benjamin Frewen's aspiration at 
the beginning of his book, 24. Items of 
hosiery, &c, supplied by him, 25. Stephen 
Frewen, skinner: items of furs, &c, fur- 
nished to judges, bishops, and other no- 
tables, 26-30. Loans to king and parlia- 
ment, 29. 

Frewen, Accepted, abp. of York, parentage of, 
4, 24. His career, death, funeral fees, &Cy 
27 note. How he " got" the archbishopric, 
11, 33. President of Magdalen Hall, Ox- 
ford, 12, 206. 

Frewen, Dr. on epidemics at Hastings, 14, 
192, 193. 199. 

Frewen, Mr, tenement in Lewes held by 

(1769)13.38- 
Frewen MSS, extracts from the, 16, 302-304. 

Frewen, Morton, Jeake MSS. possessed by, 9, 

45- 
Frewen, Thankful!, 4, 26. Office held by 



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him, ibid note. His death, funeral charges, 
&c, «9, 30. 

Frewen, Thomas, charters and deeds lent by, 
8,214. 'Thomas (ob. 1791) his marriage 
and issae, 13, 79. Thomas {ob, 1676-7) 
brass, 23, 170. Thomas of Lincoln's inn, 
and Thomas of Northiam, arms, 25, 95. 

Freynsh, Gilbert de, presentation, 17y 107. 

Friars minors, 1, 169. 171. 2, 3. 146. 
Bequest to the Friars minprs of Chichester, 
12, 70 Ttote. Removal of the latter to new 
quarters, 24, 49. 

Friars preachers, Arundel, 12, 28. Friars of 
▼arious orders, 18, 59. Bequests, various, 
25, 146. 

Friar's oak, inn sign, &c, 10, 191. 16, 251, 
See Frieze-oak. 

Friburg, early dated bell at, 16, 140. Par- 
ticulars concerning it, 140 note. 

Friend family, Cowden, noteworthy particulars 
relating to mejnbers oi the, 20, 113-116. 

Friend, John, 9, 38 note. Thomas, of Lewes, 
25, 170. 180. 182. 190. 194. 

Friese, cloth of, why so named, 13, 54 note. 

Frieze oak, or Friar's oak, 25t 165. 187. See 
Friar's oak. 

Frilande, Walter de, land given to Dureford 
abbeyby, 8, 67. 

Friston, nonse return, 1, 63. Possessions of 
Bayham abbey in, 9, 156. 158. Valuations 
(1291) 162. (1649) 19,208. Ancient neck- 
lace found, 10, 205. Parson's arms quota, 

II, 327. Church inscriptions where printed, 
229. Crown presentation, 12, 257. The 
Sdwyns at, 14, 122. 15» 211. Church 
bell, 16, 210. Monumental brass, 23, 
159. See 16, 285. Barrow at, see Crow- 
link. 

Friston hall, Suffolk, seat of the Bacons, 10, 28. 
Friston place, 14, 218 note. 16» 292. 
Frith^ or forth, meaning of, 17j 142. 
Frith, Philipp, Rye, letter from Richard Kil- 

bume to, 16, 303. 
Frithewytej 9, 228. General meaning of, 229. 
Frith's farm, 14, 209. The old house at 

Friths, 231. 
Froisel, Richard, 14, 183. 
Froissart, exploit unnoticed by, 3, 215. On 

sea and land combats, 4, 118. On Edward 

III, and Sir John Chandos, 120. His 
description of a fight with the Spaniards, 
9, 346. On the battle of Otterboume, 
20, 123. 

Frompton, John, at Agincourt, 15, 136. 

'' FronteUes," bequest to Boxgrove priory of, 
15, 63. 

Frost, a great (i 270) 2, 30. 

Frou mound, Wm. prior of Calceto, 11, 108. 

Fxowdys, or Frowds, John, executed for par- 
ticipation in Lord Dacre's fatal poaching 
frolic, 19,170. 173. 175. 



Fruen, Mr, an ''ungrateful return" from, 22, 
165. Explanatory remark, 165 note. 

Fry, George, engpraving from a drawing by, 
11, 90. 120. 

Fry, R. churchwarden, Mayfield, 16, 183. 

Fryars, Will. 17, 87. 

Frye, Jane, " a pickry," 7, 96. 

Frye, Johannes, Pevensey baron, 17, 66. 

Frye, Thomas, and others, lands devised to, 

22, 121. Note on the family, 132. See 123. 
Frytters, ancient name of land in Maresfield, 

9, 128. 
Fuoe, Joseph, quaker, persecution of, 16, 67. 
His labours, quaintly entitled book, &c, 

73- 74« 
Fugitives from the soil, 3, 68. 
Fulbaun, William, presentation, 17, 104. 
Fulco, Domesday record of the holding of, 

23, 2. 

Fulham, Robert de, Michelham priory lands 
distrained by, 6, 142. 

Fulking in Edburton, 15, i note. 

Fuller arms, inn sign, Brightling, lOt 187. 

Fuller, name obnoxious to parson Eades, 14, 
250. 

Fuller, Anne, of Hellingly, 24, 25 a. 261. 

Fuller, capt parliamentarian, 5, 57. 9i 52* 

Fuller, colonel, 9, 188. 

Fuller, George, contrabandist, captured, 10, 78. 

Fuller, Hugh, fiairm belonging to, 12, 118. 

Fuller, Johanna, Sir D. Owen's legacy to, 7, 43. 

Fuller, J. stipendiary priest. Rye, 17, 128. 

Fuller, John {ob, 16 10) bendactions of, cir- 
cumstantial epitaph on, monumental brass, 
ftc, 12, 18. 23, 186. Dr. Mantell's 
epigram, 25, 102. 

Fuller, John, old house in Majrfidd bought by, 
(1672) 21, 15. 

Fuller, John, candidate for Sussex (1734) 23, 
73. Result of poll, 75. 

Fuller, John, of Rosehill, some time M.P. for 
Sussex (ob, 1833). His motto and its 
occasion, 1, 11. 2, 219. Hb coal mining 
experiments, 2, 211, 212 notes. 13, 103. 
His mother, 9, 3 4. Bodiam bought by him, 
295. Church bells given by him, 16, 188. 
Collection of Sussex MSS. bought by, 23, 
320. His armorial bearings, 25, 96. 102. 
"Honest Jack Fuller;'' his bust, mauso- 
leum, &c, 102. 103. See 13, 98. 

Fuller, John, sen. and jun, Sussex roads 
commissioners, 15, 146. 

Fuller, John Trayton, manor vested by statute 
in, 20, 139. 

Fuller, Jone, wife of Barnard Randolph, 14, 
114. 

Fuller, Major, surprised in India by a metallic 
reminiscence of home, 2, 210. 

Fuller, Mr, occasion of his secession from the 
Church of England, 9, 34. Result of a 
theological debate on Mrs. Fuller, 13> 87* 



PULLER. 



r 



154 j 



Foller, Richard, Hcrindales fnaaar sold to^ 

13, gt. 

Fullrr, Robert, rdigions preamble to the will 
of, 4f 306. 

Fuller, Roftc, esq, 14, 238. 239. 

Fuller, Stephen, coipmissioocr of Asfadomi 
forcft, 14, 59. 

Fuller, '' Sumnor,^ and the qoakcn» 16, 97. 
113. 

Fuller, Thomas, author of the "Worthies,** 
5rc, on Sussex iron works, the complaint of 
the trees, dec, 1,77,78 nolet. H is quaint reason 
for not overpraising^ wheatears, ^noU. His 
error relative to them, 2, 255 nUt. On 
Sussex roads, 1, 104 noU, On Sassex iron, 
2, 190. On the activity of Hen. Vlirs 
commissioners, 3, 204. On the Imth of 
the three Palmers, 5, 17. Battel abbey 
roll (n-intcd by him, 6, 8. 10. On the Ash- 
burnhams, 84. 24, 2. On the f^erpoints 
and Chnu'yn, 11, 54. 59. On the charities 
of the Ortlcys, 13, 9.1, 94. On Sussex 
j)rc»vrrb«i, 2.12. On Pctworth, 14, 7. On 
CHrditiaU, 16H. On Sir John Jefferay, 222. 
On Hatti'l iilibcy, 17, 48. His characteri- 
xntlon of " nc>)(" Smith, 22, 40. 41. 

Fuller, Key. Trayton, on the restoration of 
C'halvinKton church, 25, 288. 

Fiillrrr, Ho^^rr, pr(x>f of af^e by, 12, 30. 

Fullrr-Mryrick, Owen J. Aug'ustus, '* Endle- 
wrrk" rents payable to, particulars of same, 
ftr, 14, 363, 364. 24, 319, 220. See 
25, 103. 

Fullrt*H earth, prohibition of the export of, 
10, 73i Where found in Sussex, 73 note. 

Fuller's man, payment for a ''foxhed** to, 

14, 347. 

Fullrrs of Rast Hothly, diarist Tumer^s 
^rumblinK'N at and convivialities with 
the, 11, 191. 195. 196. 303. 304. 209. 310. 
3tf. 315. 3t6. 

Fullrrs of HoNchill, ancestress, last represen- 
tiillvc of the, present possessor of their 
estate, Arc, 24, 353 note. 25, 103. 203. 

Fullris (or Fulwer.**) of Tanners: Elizabeth, 
13, 95* ('apt. John, 95. Samuel, pur- 
chaser of the CMtatc, 97. Stephen, 95. 
(}ri)(tn of the family, 97. Their acquisition 
of property In Wahlron, pedi^^ree, Sic, 98. 

Fullers. Srr 2, 310. 13, 37. 14, 328. 237. 

18, 95' 
FuUerton, Sir James, surveyor general of 

IMncc Charles's lands, 25, 117. 
Fullin{( In former days, in Sussex, 23, 283 n. 
Fulnetty, T. cinque ports lieutenant, 17> 148. 

Secreted wrecks seized by, 149. 
FuUhawc, the Ncwtons of, 9, 322, 323. 
Fulthorp, Thomas, knijfht, J.C.P, 18, 34. 
Funderay, Rob. incumbent, Ditchling, 13, 259. 
Funeral sermons, fees for, &c, 1, 78. Gay's 

verses^ il'id note. Disused custom, 3, i44« 



fi7dB> i57« FaDQU 

fea per iyntnl dorgOt 

of Sir AnthcBT 




^ la 15*- 

Fanncn £aiiulT« prabahie origin of the, 25i 
107. Efigam cm two Lesres Fnimdls 

Fnndnetoo iToBBCasi^taa, FnatvtoB^ ja^ 
sa^oc of the maiur 11411) 10, 133* 
Rocnaii ictnains fosiBd in die pari^ 1^ 
180. Derkabcn oi the cbmcfa, 12. ;t 
Chorcfa bdb, 16, 210. Namdcss stftaflr 
262. Manor given to Battel abbey, 17, 
26. Chief freclioLier (1*34) and his pn- 
sent rrpres^ntathne, 23. 76. Commoo^ 
on the township, 227. See 18, 76. 81. 82. 
Srealm Densworth. 

For trimmings, lavish cxpc»<fitnre of apiiorai 
on, 9, 8. CoUaieral proof of her estravi- 
ganoe therein, 10. 

Farlv, Bichard, tenant od the Gage estatt^ 

19, 114- 
Furmager, Frands, Cowdcxit cniioas eniiis 

of pay menu to, 20, 1 16. 
Furmity, te Firmity. 
Fumess, ships supplied by, 4, 116. 
Fnmess, Sir Robert, baitT George and Henrf, 

cinque port barons, 15, 202. 207. 210. 
Fumivall, F. J, M.A, woodcut knt by, 2A, 

65. 
Furtho, see Forth. 

Fust, John, co-fbondcr of a guild and chasBT 

in Horsham, 22, 148. 

Fyke, Walter k, grant by Lewes priory w» 

25, 144. 145- 
Fynch family, residence of the, 13, i^J* 
Fynch, Mr. forge held by, 3, 241. 
Fynch, Myles le, 14, 214. 
Fynch, W. mayor of Winchdsca and lalSB 

to Great Yarmouth, 8, 234. 
Fynche, Sir Moylc,. Undfield conveyed to and 

alienated by, 9, 329. 
Fynche, Vincent, commissioned to retake 

Bodiam castle, 9, 293. Yearly valoc » 

manors, &c,of, (141 1) 10, 144. 
Fynche, Vincent, and Ffynes, William, cin<P* 

ports commissioners, 18> 43. 
Fynche, William, knight, subsidy comtni^ 

sioner for Rye, 19, 150. 
Fynche's lands in Southbroke and Noithbroke, 

6,69. 
Fyndon, John, presented to Haylesham, 9, 175* 
Fyndon, see Findon. 
Fyneas, Thomas, sergeant at mace, HiSdng^ 

(1588) 12, 181. 
Fynes, Anna, property carried to the Oxoi* 

bridges by her marriage, 8, 219. 
Fynes, Elizabeth, will of (1587) 12, 157. Sff 

Fynnes. 



FYNES. 



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GAGE. 



F^nes, Francis and Thomas, legacies be- 
queathed by Thomas Oxenbridge to, 8, 
217. 

Fynes, Gerard, yearly value of the manors of 
(1411; 10, 145. 

Fynes, Giles, and the manor of Yielding, 14, 
III. 

Fynes, Gyles, commissioner of sewers, temp. 
Hen. VIII, 10. 97. 

Fynes or Fiennes, Richard, his marriage to 
the Dacre heiress, 19, 171. Summoned to 
parliament as baron Dacre of the South, 
172. Offices held by him: his reprobate 
grandson, ibid. His unfortunate great grand- 
son, see Dacre. 

Fynes, Sir Roger, hundred sold to, 6, 57. 
Grant of Herstmonceux and Foxherle jto, 
10, 212. See 19, 71. Herstmonceux. 

Fynes, Thomas, prebendary of Hollington, 13, 

143- 
Fynes, Thomas, patron of Streat, 25, I34« 



Fjmes, Sir Thomas, Sedgwick granted to, 8 » 
38. See Fenys. Fienles. Fiennes. Fyenles. 
Fynnes. Fynys. 

Fynetts, Mr, of Dovor, " notable presedents,'* 
in the booke of, 12, 182. 

Fynhawe, Thomas, of Westfield, in Cade's 
rising, 18, 39. 

Fynnes (Fiennes) Eliz, burial directions of 
(1563) 3, no. See Fynes. 

Fynys, Jane, bequest of "aflat piece of silver" 
to, 8, 220. 

Fj/s doTf the, 2, 321 note. 

Fysely, John de, proof of age by, 12, 30. 

Fysh, Thos. mayor of Winchelsea, 8, 237. 

Fysshe, Henry, mayor of Winchelsea, 23, S3' 
See Fische. 

Fysshe, John, cinque ports baron, 15, 182. 

Fysshere, Thomas, incumbent of Racton 
(1442) 23, 15. 

Fytteshall, Henry de, inquisition juror. Mid- 
hurst, 20, 8. 



G. 



Gabriel^ the old town bell of Lewes, 13, 29. 31. 

Gabriell, Nicholas, Seaford, accomplishment 
of, whereby he saved his neck, 7, 99. 

Gadd, Mr. E. mayor of St. Pancras corpora- 
tion, Chichester, 24, 138. 

Gaddesden or Gattesden, John de, sheriff of 
Sussex, temp. Hen. Ill, lady married by, 
8, 34. See Gatesden. 

Gadebusch, Mecklenburg, sepulchral brass at, 

8,341. 
Gage family, members deemed recusant, or 

cited as suspected papists, 2, 62. 3, 90 

note. The Gages of Bentley, their origin, 

eventual heir, arms, &c, 4, 296-298. The 

family crest as an inn sign, 10, 187. Their 

ancestress, 12, a6 note. Cause of litigation 

with Seaford, 15, 159 note. Ancient manor 

place of the family, 161. Other portions of 

their possessions, 162, 163. Monumental 

brasses: Firle, 156-158. Framiield, 159. 

See 8, 108. 18, 18 note. 25, 104. 

Gage, Edward (of Ifield) armada contribution. 

Gage, Edwsu'd (of Framfield) military levy on 
(1584) 12, 202. Henry Marshall's bequest 
to, 13, 50. 56. When high sheriff, 56 note. 
Commissioner of Ashdown forest, 14, 51. 
Duty assigned to {temp. Edw. VI.) 16, 155 
note. Survey of the church of the dissolved 
college of Mailing, 21, 178-181. 5m 13, 47. 

Gage, Sir Edward, Thomas Jefferay's bequest 
to, 14, 221. 



Gage, James, of Bentley, forfeited estates 
bought by^ 8, 122. Wartling bought by> 

19, III. 8ee Gage family. 

Gage, John, furnace belonging to, 3, 24a. 

Gage, John, of Firle, 8, 237. 

Gage, John, married Anthony Copley's sister, 
14, 264. 

Gage, Sir John, constable of the Tower, liti- 
gation between Seaford and, 7, 105. 
Report of himself and colleague on Battel 
abbey, 227. 17, 48. Marries a St. Clere 
co-heiress, 8, 108 note^ Heirship acquired 
by William son of this marriage, 127. Dis- 
solved abbey granted to him, 9, 148. Letters 
from him on Lewes levels sewers, 10, 97, 
98. His offer to become tenant of priory 
land, 99. At Edw. VPs privy council, 204 
♦w<c. Lewes property leased to him, 13, 
SS* Maresfield manor granted to him, 14, 
157. His monument, 17, 48 note. His 
daughter's husband, 49. Sword of main- 
tenance possessed by him and given away 
by his descendant, 52. His official duty in 
r^erence to Dacre of the South, 19, 176. 
178. Shovelstrode manor granted to him, 

20, 141. A favourite with Henry VUI, 
24, 12, 13. 

Gage, Sir John, first baronet, and Penelope 

Darcy his wife, 19, 115. 
Gage, Margaret, wife of Antony Kempe, 19, 

116. 
Gage, dame Mary, widow of Sir Thomas, her 



GAGS. 



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GALLIARD. 



deposition relative to their children, 19} 1 15- 
Her parentage, ibid note. 

Gage, Penelope, and her third husband : her 
recusancy and subsequent conformity to the 
church of England, 19) 115. 

Gage, Sir Thomas, manorial rents, &c, claimed 
by, 23, 311, 31a. Free suit rent paid by, 
24| 222. See 24, 209. 252. 260. Gage, 
dame Mary. 

Gage, viscount, Sussex possessions of : Ber- 
wick, 6, 227. Maresfield, 14, 146. 157. 
166. Manorial charge, 263. Barrow dig- 
gings on his Firle estate, 22, 66. 72. 
"Endleweek rents'* paid by, 24, 220. 
Bentley park, 25, 79 note. His ancestor at 
Halland feastings (1757-59) II, 192. 199. 
S03. Popular error as to his tenure of the 
Berwick property, 12, 255 note. 

Gage, William, of Framfield, 19, 92. Trust 
deed executed by him, 1 13. Dealing of the 
sequestrators with his estates, 114, 115. 

Gage, Sir William, " Bell Norton tumbled 
over ^ in the coach of, note and query con- 
cerning, 8, 267. His arms, 25} 96. See 
14, 165. 

Gages of Firle, 24, i. 11. Earliest proven 
facts connected with the family, their pos- 
sessions, &c, 12. Conspicuous members : 
Sirs John and Edward, 13. Peerages and 
baronetcies; a mendicant ''My Lord," 14. 

Gages of Hengrave, ancestor of the, 24, 
1 2. 14. 

Gage-Rokewood, John, F.S. A, house wrongly 
named by, 17} 30 note, 

Gaimar, chronicler, 6, 24. On Taillefer's 
exploits, 25. 

Gain (Gaincaria, de Janitura) John, prior of 
Lewes, important diplomatic business en- 
trusted to, 3} 201. 

Gainsburgh, Wm. de, bishop of Worcester, 2, 
88. His eminence, &c, ibid note, 

Gainsford, Richard, Cowden, parish payment 
with an apprentice to, 20, 99. 

Galanga, galinga, or galing^e, an aromatic, 

2, 95. 6, 43- 
Galb Family Memoirs, Extracts from 
the, by R. W. Blencowe, M.A, 12, 45-60. 
Origin of the two writers, their religious 
views, &C, 45, 46. Autobiography of 
Leonard Gale, sen. {ob, 1690) havoc of the 
plague in the family, 46, 47. On the world 
at 16, his losses at starting, and subse- 
quent prosperous career, 47-49. His counsel 
to his son, philippic against " depraved & 
mechanic priests," &c, 49, 50. Commen- 
dadon of the Cowden furnaces, 51. His 
son's summary of his character, 53, 54. 
Accession of the second Leonard, his edu- 
cation, marriage, election, free of cost as 
M.P, &C, 51-53* Rule c^ conduct for his 
children, 54. His accumulations, offspring, 



reminiscences of the storm of 1703, &c, 55. 
Births and deaths and joys and sorrows 
there anent, 56, 57. Reflections on ap- 
proaching age, 57. Pre-decease of his 
remaining son, extinction of the family in 
the male line, 58, 59. Co-heiresses to the 
estates, 60. 

Gale family, notes on the, by W. S. Ellis, 
13} 307, 308. See 20, 114. Leonard 
Gale, 25} 174. 

Gale, Mr, of Deerswood, 25, 169. 

Gale, Roger, F.S. A, on the Roman inscription 
found at Chichester, 7} 6 1 . 63. See 18, 90. 

Galb, Walter, Schoolmaster at Mayfibld, 
1750, Extracts from the Journal of, 
edited by R. W. Blencowe, 9} 182-207. 
Opportune rescue of the diary from des- 
truction ; Gale's qualifications for his post, 
182. His modest salary, 184. Other arts 
wherein he was proficient, 186. An un- 
fulfilled dream : former occupation from 
which he was dismissed, 186, 187. His 
bargain, &c, with a conjuror, 188. 191. 
Paints a sign : ** going a gooding," 189. 
Pattern-drawing for needlework, embroidery, 
&c, 190. 191. 192. 193. 197. A fatal omen, 
191. Satan's vermicular affirmation ; a 
Satanic commentator ; Satan's churchyard 
dwelling, 193. His charge for painting 
the church commandments, 194. A smug- 
gling story, 194. A smuggler's epitaph, 
195. What he deemed ** an extraordinary 
thing," 196. Consequence of his "dis- 
course, merry but innocent," with a neigh- 
bour's wife, 197. Catches the measles, 198. 
An archaeological visit to Withyham and 
Penshurst, 199. Failings confessed to and 
denied ; anxieties for a change of vocation, 
&c, 200. ** A testimony of a death," bis 
interpretation of it, and what did happen, 
200, 201. 203. Insulting comment of "Old 
Kent" on his abstract of "the Christian 
Schoolmaster," 201. Falls into a ditch, 
uncomplimentary assignation of the cause 
by old Kent, 202. Fears a prosecution ; 
obtains a license to teach, 203, 204. Alter- 
cation with old Kent, scurrilous language 
of the latter, 204. Falls from his horse : 
disorder in his school, 305. Further accu- 
sations against him by old Kent ; his plea 
for his scholars' dulness, 206. Deadi of 
his persecutor, ibid. Dismissed from his 
school, salary unpaid, 207. See 11, 196 n. 

Galosher, John, and R. Butt ** wardens of the 
lyght of Sent Peter" Steyning, account 
rendered by, 8, 135. 

Gallett, John, Sussex student, Oxford matri- 
culation entry of, 9, 364. 

Galley, William, murdered by smugglers, lO* 
86, 87. 87 note, 

Galliard, John, 25, 171. 



GALLIENUS. 



1^57:1 



GATES. 



Gallienus, coins of, found, 11, 137. 140. 

Gallop, John, churchwarden, Hastings, 16, 
184. 

Galloppe, name long prevalent in Poynings, 
15, 29. 

Galloway, Ambrose, token of, 11, 176. 177. 
24, 130. Fines and persecutions suffered 
by him and his family for disobedience to 
the conventicle act, and otherwise for con- 
science sake, 11, 178. 13, S3 '^^^ 44> 
45. 16, 71. 78. 79. 81-87. 88. 89.92. 
102. 104-107. 118-121. 123. 124. 20, 
150. 24, 130. 

Gallows at Hasting^, 12, 196. When first 
allowed there, 14,73 itote. Gallows comer, 
Chiddingly, 14, 213. Gallows on the 
highways, 19, 157, 163 notes. See GibbeL 

Gallup, Robert, muial monument, 24, 301. 

Oamage, Jos. parliamentary surveys sub- 
scribed by, 23, 345. 250. 254. 261. 264. 
268. 24, 218. 

Gamayes, M. and family, arrival in Rye of, 
13, 193. 

Gambon, John, rector of Westboume, 22, 100. 

Game, formerly eaten all the year round, 3, 
158. Course of English legislation relative 
to, 164 note. Complaints of the ravages of, 
6, 115. Game laws and game-preserving 
(1758) 10, 47. 48 7iote. Game sent from 
Sussex (1245) for the king's use, 17, 118. 
Consequences of the clandestine pursuit of 
it, 119, 120. 

Games prohibited in public places in Win- 
chelsea, 8, 205. 

Gant, John de, order relative to the ship of, 
23, 24. 

Gaol, new, late old town hall, Hastings, 14, 68t 

Garawaye, Bartholomewe, 14, 97, 98. 

Garbe, Johanna, land held by, 11, 103. 

Gardener, John, ironworker, 3, 244. 

Gardener, Mr. prize winner at the quintain, 
25, 232. 

Gardiner or Gardner, John, of RatclifEe, 14, 
222. 241. 

Gardners, Rusper, bought by " Dog " Smith's 
trustees, 22, 42. 

Gare, Luke de la; result of his neglect of 
duty, 19, 14. 

Gare, Rich, de la, charter witnessed by, 6, 132. 

Garett, or Gerard, Thomas, vicar of Sutton 
with Seaford, 17i 161. 

Gariononum, Roman station of , 1 , 1 5 . 1 1 , 2 23 . 

"Garland,*' The, Chichester periodical, re- 
publication of a paper from, 9, 109- 116. 

Garland, S, mayor of St. Pancras corporation, 
Chichester, 24, 138. 

Garlands and silver pens for the best scholars 
in certain schools, 9, i86. 

Garroouth, John, dean of Hastings, 13, 154. 

Gamegan, Ralph, lord of Palingesi gift to the 
templars by, 9, 258. 



Gamerius, prior of Arundel, 10, 126. 
Garnet, Richard, one of "Dog" Smith's 

trustees, 22, 37. 
Gamett, G. vicar, East Grinstead, 20, 147. 
Gamishf one meaning of, 9, 1 1 note. 
Garnish, Sir Christopher, presentation to 

Bargeham by (1521) 12, 83. 
Garratt, Tho. prebendary, Wartling, 13, 14/^ 
Garraway, W, knighthood comp, 16, 48. 
Garret, John, alias Johnson, churchwarden, 

Lindfield, 19, 40. 
Garrick's ode on Henry Pelham, 23, 81. 
Garroway, Mr. burgess for Arundel, and the 

duke of Monmouth, 7, 171. 
Garstone, part of Calceto priory possessions^ 

11,98. 
Garton, Francis (of Billingshurst) armada 

contribution, 1, 36. 
Garton, Giles, manor held by, 14, 115. 

Knighthood composition, 16, 50. 
Garton, William, quaker, extortionate levy on, 

16, 68. 
Garway, Anthony, arms quota of, 11, 225. 
Garway, William, Hartfield, 24, 202. 
Garwynton, Rob. presentation, 17, 105. 
Gascony, ships sent from Hastings to, 14, 70. 
Gascony, requirements from Winchelseaon the 

visits of Henry III. to, 23, 21. 
Gasson, Alice, copyholder, Maresfield, 24, 312. 
Gasson, Thomas, one of the ** chefest men " 

of lindfield, 19, 40. Derivation of the 

name, 50. 
Gassonn, Richard, land held and rent paid 

by, 23, 306. 
Gassons, or Gastons, French refugee family, 

13, 207. 
Gastrow hundred, 14, 116 note* See Gostrow. 
Gate, Henry de, 12, 28. 
Gate, John, subsidy comptroller, Chichester 

(1380) 24, 67. 
Gate, Sir John, acquisition by the Oxenbridges 

of the park, &c, of, 8, 226. 
Gate, Lucas atte, his gift to Battel abbey, 19, 

13- 
Gate, Roger atte, mayor of Winchelsea, and 

bailiff to Great Yarmouth, 8, 234. 

Gateberghesmersh, Gatebergh Marsh, 1, t;q. 

Gatecourt manor, yearly value (^1411) 10, 

Gatehouse farm, Chiddingly, 14, 238. 
Gatekeeper, or portarivs, to a religious house, 

his responsibilities, duties, &c, 10, 125, 126. 
Gatele, Hamon de, archiepiscopal commands 

to, 2, 224. 
Gates, the four, at Hastings, 12, 196. 
Gates, living of. Crown presentations to, 21, 

48. B3' 54- 
Gates, Geoffrey de, false charge of murder 

against, 21, 47. 
Gates, Godfrey de, archdeacon of Chichester, 

19, 26. 



GATES. 



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GEUFFERAY. 



Gates, or Agate, Henry, quaker, hindered 
from and fined for preaching, 16, 99. 104. 
106, 107. 111-113. 1 17-1 19. 

Gates, Sir John, vice chamberlain to Edw. 
VI, 10, aoo. 204 note, 

Gatesden, John de, death of, 2, 27. Hawesa 
his wife, 13, 95. 99. Land bought of Box- 
grove priory by, 15, 93. His gift to them, 
96. Knight's fees and half knight's fee 
held by him 15, 96. 16, 135. Custodian 
of Hastings castle, 18, 142. 

Gatland, Andrew, purchaser of the copyholds 
of the last Maresfield kidder, 9, 1 28. R. 
Gatland, 25, 178. Curious porch to the 
house of Mr. Gatland, East Grinstead, 20, 
144. 

Gatler, R, burial direction of, 12, 105. 

Gatton and the Bisshopps, 25, i note, 

Gatty, Rev. Alfred, his work, " The BcU," 16, 
138 note, 

Gatwick house, 16, 269. 

Gauls, metallic art taught to the Romans by 
the, 2, 261. Traded with the Britons, 262. 
Period of their establishment in the south 
of England, 24, 146. 

Gaunsted, William, presentation, 17, 106. 

Gaunstede, Ralph, vicar, Seaford, 17> 160. 

Gaunt, Rev. Charles, Isfield, on the Brass 
of John Wybame, 1499, lately discovered in 
Ticehurst church, with some account of his 
family and the church, 8, 1 7-30. 

Gaunt, John of, see John of Gaunt. 

Gausbcrt, abbot of Battel, 9, 276. 

Gavaston, Arnold de, 2, 96, 97. 

Gavaston, or Gaveston, Piers, or Peter de, 
favourite of Edw. II, 2, 37. 83. 87. 96. 

' Bounty of Edward towards him on acceding 
to the throne : his personal courage, &c, 
98. His silver forks, " pour mangier poires," 
7, 204 note. Petition joined in by him, 22, 
199. See 6, 42. 123. 

Gavelkind, inheritance participated in accord- 
ing to the manner of Kent, 12, 35. See 
6, 172. Borough English. 

Gaveston, ^e^ Gavaston. 

Gawdy, Sir Thomas, judge, Q. B. Letters 
patent exhibited to, 7, 147. 

Gawen, Stephen, on the ravages of the 1 703 
storm at Hastings, 12, 56 nofe. 

Gawen, Thomas, Hastings, his goods dis- 
trained for town dues, 19, 35. 

Gawthren's or Gawtron's chantry, Hastings, 
14, 96, 97, 98. 

Gay, poet, on funeral sermons, 1, 78 note. On 
the cucking stool, 9, 362. A Sussex trades- 
man's estimate of his fables, 11, 185. 199. 

Gaylay, John, vicar of Wcstboume, 22, 109. 

Gaymer, Henry, mayor of Rye, 5i 191 note. 
His loan to the town on Q. Elizabeth's 
visit, 192. 

Gaynsfords and Forsters, 5, 203. 204. 



Gaytonby, Mr, 25, 195. 
Gazettes, origin of, &c, 3, 130 note, 149. 164. 
Gearing, widow, burial entry, 17, 238. 
Geary, Wm, alias Justice, hanged for piracy^ 

10, 90. 
Gebgerboldus, priest. Bee Geri)oda. 
Gebon, refugee preacher, 13, 198. Name 

turned into Gibbon, 206. 
Gcddyngc (or Gedding) Walter de, sheriff, 

seizure of, and subsequent dealing with 

the templars' possessions by, 9, 239. 242. 

262. 265. His return of live stock at Am- 

berley, 17, 193. 
Gedney, William, clerk, charter joined in by, 

22,122. 

Geere, parson, his pugilistic encounter with a 
magistrate, 17, 160. 

Geers, the, of Ovingdean, 13, 307. 

Gcfferey, or Jcfferay, Richard (of Mailing) 
armada contribution, 1, 37> 

Geffrey, Gilbert, proof-of-age juror, 12, 26. 

Gelasius I, Pope, interdiction of, relative to St. 
George, 4, 5. 

Gelderegg, or Gilderege, and its defunct chapel, 
20, 231. 

Gelderstone, Norfolk, two-handled glass vase 
found at, 10, 1 79. 

" Geldirus's grave" and " way-post," Glynde, 
20, 53. 

Genealogies, character of earlier, 11, 53. 
Heraldry frequently neglected by genealo- 
gists, in their inquiries, 24, 25. Sugges- 
tion to them relative to the bearing of his 
chiefs coat by an under-tenant, 27. 

Genesynge lands, yearly value (141 1) 10, 142* 

Genman, William, burial direction of, 12, 78. 

Genner, Thos. justice, "so called," 16, 74* 
See Jenner. 

Gensing manor, citation from court rolls of, 
14, 69 note. The manor and its successive 
owners, 81, no, in. Gilbert of Gensing, 
69. See Genesynge. 

Gensinges, William of, 13, 169, 170, 171. 

Gentleman's Magazine, view of Rev. P. Free- 
man controverted by, 5, 225. Citations 
relative to Bodiam from, 9, 278 note, 280, 
281, 286 note, Newton pedigree, 312 note. 

Gentlemen of Sussex who petitioned king 
James I. for uniformity in religion, 9, 47. 

Gentlemen ushers, gentlemen of the chamber, 
and of . the horse, gentlemen wayters, gen- 
tlemen by office, &c, in a nobleman's house 
(i6th cent.) their duties, privileges, &c, 7> 

«93-i9S- 1961 197' 
Gentry of Sussbx (1588) who contributed 

to the defence of the country agaimt Spain, 

by M. A. Lower, F.S.A, 1, 32-37. 

Gentyl, Alice, vridow of Sir Nicholas, 12, 26. 

Gentyl, or Gentil, Nicolas, military duty shared 
in by, 6, 51. See 12, 36 note, 37. 

Geofferay, William, in Cade's rising, 18, 38, 



GEOFFREY. 



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GIFFARD. 



Geoffrey, chancellor to king Stephen, sum paid 

for his office by, 12, 152. 
Geoffrey, dean of Chichester, 24, 43. 
Geoffry, bishop of Ely, deeds of gift witnessed 

by, 9, 235. 257. 
Geoffry, prior of Canterbury, decision in the 

case of, 9, 252 note. 
Geological features (A places in Sussex, 21, 

no. 138. 
George, and George and Dragon, inn sigpis, 

10, 184. 190. 
George, prince of Denmark, travelling diffi- 
culties of. 14, I4,'i5> 
George I. in danger of shipwreck, 11, 181 
Tiote, Chichester corporation addresses to, 
19, 145. 148 Tiote, Jealous of his son, 148. 
Dead, 25, 192. His directions to the 
clergy, 201. What he referred people to 
the Pretender for, 211. See 25, 173. 
174. 
George I. and II. at Stanstead, 16, 266. 
George, Prince of Wales (afterwards Geo. 
II.) His VISIT TO Chichester in 1 7 16, by 
Rev. F. H. Arnold, LL.B., 19, 145-148. 
George II. at a review : pamphlet against him, 
22,170. Proclaimed, 25, 192. Crowned, 
194. Dead, 11, 206. See Af 164. 
George III. and IV. cinque ports barons at 
coronations of, 12, 160 note. 5ee Coronation 
services. 
George IV, portrait at Southover noticed by, 
9, 335. Charlton hounds presented to ; fate 
of the pack, 15, 79. See 16, 248. 
George street, Hastings, 14, 81. Its earlier 

name, no. 190. 
Gerard (or Seward) John, bequest to his church 

light by, 12, 93. 
Gerarde, herbalist, on the bruise-curing pro- 
perties of a certain herb, 10, 20 note. On 
the Pisum maritimamf 29 note. On the 
naturalization of the sycamore, 15, 237, 
238. 
Gerberoy, Picardy, the English worsted at and 

their leader mortally wounded, 12, 234. 
Gerboda, or Gebgerboldus, life interest in 

Sumpting church reserved to, 9, 257. 
Gere, Drue, Lindfidd, 19, 38. 
Gereing, William, quaker, 16, 78. 80. 
Gerland, Henry, dean of Chichester, nonae 

commissioner (1340) 1, 58. 
Germain, lord George, patron of Chiddingly, 

14, 248. His travelling tutor, 251. 
Germain, Sir John, adulterer, 18, 98. 
German, John, recalcitrant vicar, 12, 260. 
Germans, ancient, belief prevalent among 
them, 16, 57. Organic remains found in 
Germany, 60. 
Gemagan and wife, benefactors to Dureford 

abbqr, 8, 50. 
Gerrard, Francis, a ** secluded" member, 5> 
102. 



Gerrard, Thomas, vicar of Sutton cum Sea- 
ford, 7, 113. 117. 

Gerrison, Mr. eccentric master of Uckfield 
school, 12, 21. 

Gertia^ John de, templar, profanity charged 
on his brother templars by, 9, 271. 

Gervase, sacristan of Reading, list of books 
presented to king John by, 2, 134. 

Gestelinges, Benedict, and John de, 13, 168, 
169, 170. 

Gestlynge, value of rents in, 13, 176. 

Gestlynge, or Guestling, hundred and parish, 
non-resident barons in, 17, 68. Publica- 
tions relating to, 1 74. See Guestling. 

Geudewine, son of Savaric, gift to Boxgrove 
priory by, 15, 94. 

Geybryge, Eliz. burial direction of, 12,69, 70. 

Geymyshe, John, incumbent, Ditchling, 13, 

259- 
Gheda, Ghitha, Harold's mother, see Gytha. 

Ghent, wine at Winchelsea from, 23, 21. 

Ghestlinges, John de, grantee of Winchelsea 
fair, 8, 211. jS^ee G^tlynge. Guestling. 

Ghidenetroi hundred, Lording^on in, 21, 73. 

GkotSf wooden pipes for drainage, 6, 250. 

Gibbets, singular superstition relative to, 18, 
160. Gibbet chains, &c, found. Modus 
operandi of gibbeting, 23, 214. 

Gibbon, Charles, Richmond herald, on the 
dedications of the churches and chapels in 
the West Sussex rapes, &c, &c, 12, 61-111. 
Sec 17, 231. 22, 78 note. 

Gibbon, Edward, memorial to,- 4, 233. On 
the dealing of the nobles with the church, 
6, 108. His father a Sussex freeholder, 
23, 77. 

Gibbon, Philip, of Hole, 25, 96. 

Gibbons, Allen, knighthood comp. 16, 46. 

Gibbons, Grinling, Herstmonceux enriched 
with carvings by, 4, 162. 180. His carv- 
ings at Petworth, 14, 10. Clint's portrait 
of him, II. 

Gibbs, Mr. sequence to a payment in full by, 
and to an unauthorized use of his name, 
11, 194. 201. 

Gibbs, Mr. his mansion at Burwash^ 21, 
114. 

Gibbs, Sir Vicary, Craven scholar, 19, in. 

Gibson, Edmund, bishop of Lincoln and 
London, diarist Turner on the religious 
works of, 11, 206. His edition of Camden's 
Britannia, 223, 223 Tiote. 224. On the 
Lavant, 16, 261. Traditional story of 
" Dog*' Smith told by, 22, 31. See 24, 62. 

Gibson, Goodman, 25, 194. 

Gibson, Mr. on an effigy at Abbey Dore, 1, 
129. Gibson, Richard, lands held by, 14, 
48. 23, 251. 

Giifard, Osbert de, deed of gift witnessed by, 
9, 235. Templar-inquests in which he 
was juryman, 24a. 243, 



6IFFARD. 



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GLANVILI., 



GifiEard, Reginald, bencfector to Bayham, 9, 

Giffards, earls of Buckingham, castle and 

abbey in Normandy built by the, 3, 29. 
Giffard, or Gifford, John, prior of Cakcto, 11, 

104. 108. 
Giffard, Walter, and the sacred gonfanon at 

Hastings, 6, 21. 
Gifford, Dr. John, lands granted to and as- 
signed by, 25, 25. 32. 
Gilberd, John, belUoander, rhyme in praise 

of, 16, 191. 
Gilbert, Ashurst Turner, bishop of Chichester, 

sermons and pamphlets by, 18, 91. 
Gilbert, bishop, see Saint (or Sancto) Leofardo. 
Gilbert chancel, Eastbourne, 14, 129. 
Gilbert, early parson of Chiddingly, 14, 236. 
Gilbert (originally Giddy) Davies, on Roman 

remains found at Eastbourne, 9, 156. 

** Endleweek rents*' paid by his executors, 

24, 220. See 14, 123. 20, 85. 
Gilbert, G. Northiam, token, 10, 208. 
Gilbert, Jeffrey, Sussex roads commr, 15, 146. 
Gilbert, John, Ashdown forest, 14, 44. 
Gilbert, John Davies, manorial charge on land 

of, 14, 263. 
Gilbert, lord chief baron, book published 

under the patronage of, 13, 76. 
Gilbert, Mary, wife of John Wcckes, 14, 116. 
Gilbert, Mr. parish money held by, 14, 135. 
Gilbert, Mrs. silver puzzle cup and royal por- 
trait exhibited at Chichester by, 8, 3 1 s. 319. 
Gilbert, Hon. Mrs, manor held by, 14, 1 23. 
Gilbert, Nicholas, and wife, 14, 123. 
Gilbert, Nicholas, discovery of skeletons by, 

14, 126. 
Gilbert, Samuel » Philomath, 2, 108. 
Gilbert's holding in Botingelle, 11, 50. Gilbert 

the physician, 10 1. 
Gilboume, Edw. and Henry, justices, 20, 100. 
Gildas on the final withdrawal of the Romans 

from Britain, 6, 96. On the sites of their 

fortresses, 97. Elucidatory remarks, t^ 

note. Corroboration of his descriptions, 99. 
Gildcregge (Gildridge) William and others, 

lands released to, and enfeoffed by, 22, 121. 

123. Notice of the family, 121. 
Gilderidge, composition of the arms of, 6, 80. 
Gilderidge, Thomas, parentage of the wife 

off 13, 53 note, 
Gilderidges in Cade's rising, 18, 18. 
Gildredge, James, 14, 134. 
Gildredge, Nicholas, congratulatory letter to 

Sir lliomas Pclham from, 2, 99. Last 

male of his line, 100. 
Gildridge (Gelderegge) compensatory gift to 

Buxted of land near, 9, 217. 
Gildridge, Thomas and Nicholas, 14, I3i, 

122. 
Gildridges' chancel, Eastbourne, 14, 129. See 

Gelderegg. 



Gildhurst manor given to Bayfaam abbejTt 9t 

151. Sitcand modem name, 151 note. 
Giles, Edmund and Thomas, bdlfoanders, 

16, 158-160. 19, 43. See Gyles. 
Giles, John, Seaford, presented " for draweiiig 

of bludd," 7, 99. 
Giles, John, " mmbter of Nenefidd," 21, 140. 
Giles, John, 24, 278. 
Giles, Jo. arms quota of, 11, 226. 
Gilford, Sir John, of Rolvenden, coospincy 

charged upon, 17, 80. 
Gilham, John, Fletching, 24, 205. 
Gilkynv John, and his broken arm, 15, 214. 
Gillt meaning in Sussex of, 23, 247 note* 

24, 191 note, 
Gillam, Nicholas, clerk, burial directioiis, 

church bequests, &c, 12, 82, 83. 
Gilles, Samuel, token of, 11, 176. 24, 139. 
Gillett, William, land sold by, 24, 278. 
Gilliat, William, owner of Foxhunt manor, 

13, 89. 
''Gill's lap" and the last doe of Ashdown 

forest, 14, 62. " Gill's grave" and " GiU's 

lap," Glynde, 20, 53. See 23, 84. 
Gilmer, James, "to vrinde the brazen home ol 

saylence," 12, 181. 
Gilmore, Jo. arms quota of, 11, 226. 
Gilpin, Bernard, career of a proti^ge of, 4, 369. 
Gilpin, Rev. Mr. on Sir Bevis of HamptOD, 

4,31- 
C^pin, Thomas, commanion plate fondshed 

to Glynde by, 20, 79. 
Gilston, of .Gileston, origin of the name, 11, 

52 note, 
Gimdeville, Agnes de, early benefactor to 

Herting lazar-house, 8, 58. 
Ginnour, Genner, Gynner, see Jenner. 
(Motto, fresco-painting introduced by, 4, l. 
Giraldus Cambrensis, anecdote told of bishop 

de Blois by, 9, 311. On the popular dis- 
belief in Harold's death at Hastings, 19, 

82 note. 
Girdle tags figured and described, 16,300, 30 1. 
Girth, Harold's brother, at Hastings, 6, 33. 

Killed, 32. Set Gurth. Gyrth. 
Gisborough people contrasted with those off 

Whitby, 10, 18. 
Gislhere, bishop of Selsey, g^ fir choxcfa 

puqposcs sanctioned by, 12, 77. 
Gittings (or Gittins) John, trade token, 18, 

163. 24, 126. 
Gitton, Daniel, quaker meeting at his houses 

16, 72. 
Glamorgan, one borough English manor in, 

6. 175- 
Glamorgan, Rob. de, Sheriff of Sussex, 2» 

289. 
Glamorganshire, Sussex iron-masters in, 18» 

11-14. 
Glanvill, name assumed by an Evelyn, 289 

186. 



GLANVILLE. 



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GLYNDB. 



Glanville, Ralph, Justidary to Henry II, 
salutary measure due to, 9, 228. 

Glanville, Wm. suit contested by, 18, 94. 

Glapin, Warren de, Seaiord lands of, 17, 175. 

Glass-works, Sussex, their ancient fame, only 
locality known, &c, 1, 11. Foreign glass 
prohibited, 71 note. 

Glass in windows originally regarded as 
moveable property, 2, 238, 239. 

Glass vessels, vases, diota, &c, found at Dens- 
worth, 10, 172-174. 179. 22, 58. 

Glastonbury old cross destroyed, 1, 194. Im- 
mense quantity of live stock left by an 
abbot, 3, 53. Founder of the abbey, 4, 
76. Wooden wolves' heads in its vicinity, 
83. Slaughter of .its soldier priests, 87. 
Settlement of Flemish wool weavers at, 10, 
72. "Very great," " most huge," bells at 
the " late monastery," 16, 154 note. The 
abbey kitchen, 18, 64. See 6, 13. 

Glating Beacon and the Roman road, 11, 
128. An error noted, 128 note. 

Glazeley, the Pierpoints of, 11, 54. 

Glazier's furnace, Robertsbridge, 18, 16. 

Glazy e, outborough of, 6, 59. Battel abbey 
possession, 17, 9> 

Glendale, Viscount, title conferred on Ford, 
Lord Grey, by Wm. Ill, 22, 167 note, 

Glendower, Owen, leader of the Welsh rebeb, 
20, 124. Beaten, 125. Joined by Hot- 
spur's party, 127. Too late in his march, 
128. 

Glenham, Sir Thomas, purport of letter from, 
10, 10. Characterised by Clarendon, 10 
note, 

Glentham, or Glenham, Constance, moiety of 
Bodiam awarded to, 9, 292. 

Glide, Thomas, ironmaster, 3, 243. 

Glindlee (Glyndley) Robert de, deed of gift to 
Lewes priory, 3, 197. 9, 280. 

Glotingeham, Robert de, land given to Bay- 
ham by, 9, 155. Bodiam deed witnessed 
by, 279. 

Gloucester cathedral, 1, 143. 

Gloucester, descent of freeholds by Borough 
English in, 6, 175. 

Gloucester, siege of, 14, 162. 

Gloucester, de Clares, earls of, and family, 
their benefactions to Dureford abbey, 8, 55. 
59. 60. Eventual heir to the earldom, 9. 1 54. 

Gloucester, Gilbert de Clare, earl of, rewarded 
for changing sides, 6, 216. Lands "taken 
in seizin*" by him, 216. 217. 220. 

Gloucester, Humphrey, the " good duke " of, 

7, 38 note, 

Gloucester, Isabel, countess of, enormous pay- 
ment by her husband to king John for right 
to marry her, 12, 153. 

Gloucester, Richard de Clare, earl of, his 
narrow escape from death by poison, 7, 53. 

8, 60. 154. 



Gloucester, Robert of, on Battle abbey, 6, 39. 

17,2. 

Gloucestershire, iron sent into Sussex from, 3, 
60. Its annual product of iron, 347. 

Glovenestre, Georgia de, and Georgeta de 
Glotiere, prioresses of Leveminster, 11, 11 8. 
119. 

Glover, Ambrose, Sussex and Surrey MSS. 
collected by, 5, 245. 258. 

Glover, Nicholas and wife, poll tax, 20, ix. 

Glover, Richard, Customs comptroller, 24, 64. 

Glover, Sir Thos. and Hastings haven, 14,89. 

Glover, smuggler, penitent, 10, 88* Par- 
doned, 89. 

Gloves, fringed, 1, 83. Gloves on monu- 
mental brasses, 4, 233. 

Glyd, or Glyn, Richard, token, 11, 177. 24, 

133. 
Glyde, Anne, longevity of, 14, 24.7. 

Glyde, Thos, armada contribution, 1, 35. 

Glym, T, an esquire at Agincourt, 15, 130. 

Glympinge, crown presentation, 12, 257. 

Glyn in Sussex place-names, 7, 5. 

Glyn, Richard. See Glyd. 

Gljmde, nonse return, 1, 60. Taxes paid for 
stocks, whipping-post, &c, 4, 275 note. 
Form of Borough English in the manor, 
6, 175. Yearly value of lands, &c. (141 1 
and 1649) 10, 143. 19, 208. Inn sign, 
10, 187. Parson's arms quota, 11, 225. 
Church inscriptions where printed, 229. 
Church bell, 16, 159. 210. Queer substitute 
for a peal on a great occasion, 210 note. 
Topography, 285. Early and crown pre- 
sentations, 17, 104. 21, 54. Lay mar- 
riages, 19, 201. Grant to Bec-Hellouin 
abbey, 21, 30. " Glynde ritch," 31, Chief 
freeholder (1734) 23, 76. Earthen vessel 
found near, 82-84. 

Glynde, Parochial History of, by Rev. 
W. de St. Croix, M.A, 20, 47-90. Acreage 
and boundaries, 47. Perambulation of the 
parish in 1770, recorded in the register, 47, 
48. Improvements effected by bishop 
Trevor: untoward condition of the roads in 
old times, 49. Glynde ritch (or reach) and 
the decoy ponds, 50, 51. Presumed Roman 
way, 52. Result of excavations in 1801-2 
and subsequently : ancient burial place and 
remains there found, 5 2-54. " The Cabum," 
its etymology, various theories as to the 
uses made of it, &c, 55-57. Earliest docu- 
mentary mention of the parish ; why not 
named in Domesday, 58. Early possessors 
of the manor: the Walleys family and 
their successors the Morleys, 58-61. The 
Trevors, Hampdens and Brands, 61-63. 
Armorial bearings and mottoes of the re- 
spective families, 64. Glyndeboume and 
the Hays, and its descent to Mr. Christie, 
64-66. Family portraits at Glynde place, 



GLYNDE. 



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GODWIN. 



67, 68. The Hampden portrait, 69-72. 
Ancient and present extent of the mansion: 
Bishop Trevor's additions and establish- 
ment, 73, 74. The vicarage house present 
and past, 74. Pre- and post-reformation 
incumbents; ecclesiastical history, &c, 75- 
77. Pulling down of the old and building 
of the present church, 77-79. Ground plan 
and view, 80, 81. The east window and 
subjects pictured in it, 82. Parish register 
and notable entries therein, 82, 83. Charity- 
founded by Miss Hay, and conditions 
annexed to it, 84, 85. Trevor charity, 85. 
Monuments and mortuary inscriptions in 
church and churchyard, 86-90. 

Glyndb, Names from the Register Books 
of the parish of, 1558-18 12, by rev. W. de 
St. Croix, M.A, vicar, 24, 99-1 14. Plan of 
the paper, 09. Cause of the disregard of 
the canon (of 1603) for securing due reg^is- 
tration, 99, 100. Shortcomings of early 
vicars, and efforts of some of their suc- 
cessors to retrieve same, 100. Hand- 
writing, capricious orthography, &c, of the 
earlier entries, loi. Gaps in the register 
book how supplied, ibid. Banns and mar- 
riages during the Commonwealth, 102. 
Burial in the church not entered in the 
register, 103. Alphabetical Ibt of names, 
103-108. Names of persons married at 
Glynde entered as being of other parishes, 
108-114. 

Glynde, Glyndeboume, ancient seat of the 
Hays, &Cf 14, 100. 15, 84. 163. 18, 109. 

Glynde place, 1, 10. Builder of the mansion, 
5, 91. Arms over the archway, 91 note. 
View of the gateway, 92. Ancestor of the 
present owner, 9, 372. See 10, 169. 11, 2. 

Glyndele, Margaret de; conditions annexed 
to her gift of her dower to Lewes priory, 

2, 15. 

Glyndley, see Glindlee. 

Glynley (or Greenlee) old mansion, family 

resident in, 11, 215. Remains of the 

mansion, 24, 250 note, 
Gnesen, Poland, sepulchral brass at, 8, 342. 
Goarcing, Sir Wm, 9, 53. See Goring. 
Goaring, W. informer against quakers, 16, 81. 
Goater, Fras. alderman, Chichester, 19, 147. 

Token, 24, 126. 
Gobd, Thomas, church bequest by, 12, 73. 
Goble, James, burial direction of, 12, 95. 
Goble, W. royalist composition levied on, 19, 

94. 
Gocham, Nicholas de, fruits sent to Edw. II. 

by, 6, 43- 
Goda, sister of Edward the Confessor, 4, 89. 
Goda and Eadg3rfee, suit between, 17, 71. 
Godalming, royal travellers at, 14, 15. 
Godard, John and Thomas, mayors of Win- 

chebea, 23, 34. 



Goddard, Richard, church bell earned to and 

from London by, 22, 86. 
Goddard . . . freeholder, MaresBeld, 24, 211. 
Gode, John, at Agincouit, 15, 135. 
Godebyte, the, war ship fumish«i by Hast- 
ings, 14, 71. 
Godecumbe, Godfrqr de, 19, 24. 
Godefridus, bishop of Chichester (ob, 10S8) 

stone coffin probably of, 8, 301. 
Godescroft tithes, complaint about, lO, 123. 
Godestedle, Gutsell, variations of the name of 

Costedell, 24, 31. 
Godestowe nunnery, subsidy levy on, 5, 237. 
Godewyn, John, abbot of Robeitsbrid^e, ajid 

others, riotous conduct of, 8, 158, 159. 
Godfray, Thos. funeral *' dutycs" of, 25, 155- 
Godfrey, king of Jerusalem, 4, 137- 
Godfrey, Sir Edmundbury, anag^ms and 

verses on the murder of, 2, 108. 
Godfrey, J, lord of Gensing manor, 14, iii. 
Godfrey, John, mayor of Winchelsca, 8, 234. 
Godfrey, Mr (Romney) cinque ports oom- 

mitteeman, 17, 140. 
Godfrey, Richard, Hastings, 14, 96. 
Godfrey, William, amends made by for having 

** raised a very unjust suit " against Roberts- 
bridge abbey, 8, 157. 
Godfrey, Winchelsea baron, arrows sent to, 

23, 25. 
Goding, grant of land by Egbert to, 15, 153. 
Godlee, Burwood, 24, 205 note, 
Godleman, Thomas, token of, 24, 126. 
Godley, John, knighthood composition, 16t 49. 
Godly, John, Fletching, 24, 205, 206. An 

old Sussex name, 205 note. 
Godman, Edward, Otehall sold to, 19, 62. 
Godman family and Otehall, 19, 62. 63. 66. 

Gold coin and initialled spoons found, 70. 
Godman, John, and Jane; house built hj 

Thomas Godman, 13, 247. 
Godolphin, Sidney, earl of, lord Ireasarer, 

letter to Mr. Serg^ison from, 25, 71. See 

72- 75. 
Godric, Harold's priest, death in battle of, 4, 87. 

" God*s judgment upon a covetous oppressive 
gentleman," 15, 154 note, 

Godshill church. Isle of Wight, roof of, 9, 97. 

Godsmark, N, knighthood comp. 16, 49. 

Godson, Walfrid, his gift to St. Mary*s hos* 
pital, Chichester, 24, 43. 

Godstedele, modem form of, 8, 274. 

Godstone, death by smallpox, and burial of 
a Wilson at, 11, 15. • 

Godwin, or Godwine, earl of Kent and Sussex, 
father of Harold, possessions held by, 4, 
39. 129. 5, 2. Attachment of the Sussex 
men to him, 4, 70. 104. His thirst for 
renown ; cruelty laid to his charge, 83. 
His banishment, triumphant return, &c, 84^ 
Edw. Confessor's rebuke to him; his death, 
&c, 85. Fate of his wife and sons, 85, 86. 



GODWIN. 



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GOODWOODE. 



Ornamented ship given by him to Hardi- 
canute, 103. Property wrested by him 
from an archbishop ; his residence at 
Bosham, Src, 8, 190. His manor in 
Buttinghilly 11, 50. Sacrilegious conduct 
of one of his sons, 118. His land in Chid- 
dingly, 14, 210. His moated mansion, 
16, 263. His palace, 18, 8. Enthusiasm 
excited by his expulsion of the Normans, 
19y 73 note. Racton part of his possessions, 
23, 2 note. See 5, 1 16. 18, 9. 25, 204. 

Godwin, B. H, F.S.A, valuable Sussex MS.S, 
possessed by, 14, 182. 184. 

Godwin, George, F.S.A, sculptured ivory ex- 
hibited by, 8, 304. 

Godwin, Mr, seated for East Grinstead by 
committee, 20, 153. 154. 

Godwin, historian, on a certain class of 
effigies, 1, 130. On Simon de Wells, 22, 
178 note. His mistake, 181. 

Godyng manor, yearly vahie (141 1) 10, 144. 

Gydyngton, William, and Simon, at Agin- 
court, 15, 130. 135. 

Goffe, Rev. William, '*a very severe puritan," 
5, 83. Diversified creeds and career of his 
two elder sons, ibid, 

Goffe, Gen. Wm. (youngest son of the above) 
Cromwell's confidence in, 5, 83. Military 
commander of Sussex, 84. His flight, 
death in exile, &c, iind. His service to the 
Stapleys, 88. One of Cromwell's lords, 
103. Commission g^ven by him to An- 
thony Shirley, 19» 65. 

Goffe, John, of Henfield, 25, 166. Broke 
and run away, 173. Mrs. Goffe, 175. 

Goffe, Robt, arms quota of, 11, 227. 

"Going a gooding," 9, 189. ** Gooding 
day," 13, 232. 

Gold, ancient and modem cuUus of, and 
names derived from, 16, 251 note. 

Gold and silver, discovery in England of, 2, 
176. Gold found at Chiddingly, 14, 208 
note. 

Gold, William, and his substitute at Agin- 
court, 15, 130. 

Goldbridge, suit concerning frecwarrcn in, 11, 
55. Stream rising near, 15, 160. 16, 251. 

Golden cross, inn sign, 10, 181. 

Goldfynch, William, proof of age by, 12, 37. 

Goldham, capt John, arms of, 25, 99. 

Goldham, John, Seaford, letters of manumis- 
sion granted by, 7, 150. 

Goldham, Thomas, vicar of Burwash, his 
retort to a quaker, 9, 34. 

Golding, Mr. C. 24, 123 note. 

Golding, Travers Arthur, M.A, curate of 
Westboume, early death of, &c, 22, 115. 

Goldock, Jone, burial direction and church 
bequest of, 12, 69. 

Goldsmid, baron, antiquities presented to 
Brighton museum by, 9, 1 23. 



Goldsmith, or Gouldsmith, Anthony, iron- 
master, Maresfidd, 14, 159. 161, 162. 

Goldsmith family, removal to Berwick of the, 
12, 255 note. 

Goldsmith, John, land held by, 25, 54, 55. 

Goldsmith, Master, merry funeral of, 11, 190. 

Goldsmiths' company's arms on the Burre 
tomb, Sompting, 19, 182. 

Goldsmyth, William, vicar of Westboume, 

22, 109. 

Goldsmyth, William and Mary, copyholders, 
Buxted, 24, 216. See Gouldsmith. 

Goldspur hundred, 6, 57. Query relative to, 
11, 229. See Gouldspurr. 

Goldstone, Hove, 1, 3, 

Goldwell, John, participator in Lord Dacre's 
fatal frolic, 19, 173, 175, 176. 

Goldwith, Arnold, incumbent, Amberley, 17» 

234- 
Goldyene, Henry, mayor of Rye, 17, 64. 

Golgotha, legendary burial place of Adam, 

5, 109. 

GoUe, Richard, Midhurst, excused his health 

money, 20, 20. 
Gols, rev. Gerard d* and Gerard d' Gols, esq, 

cinque ports barons, 15, 202. 207. 
Gondeville, John, Midhurst, inquisition juror, 

20,8. 
Gondomar, anxious to export English guns 

to Spain, 2, 195. See 5, 21. 
Gonington, Geninton, Jeving^on, Levynton, 

6, 134 note. 

Gooch family, former lessees of South Bersted 
great tythes, 24, 168. Thomas Gooch, 
bishop and baronet, 169 note. 

Goodall, Dr. John, provost of Eton, a holder 
of the Craven scholarship, 19, 1 1 1. 

Goodhugh, R. Sussex roads commr. 15, 146. 

Gooding-day. See Going a gooding. 

Goodman, Chiddingly, 14, 238. 

Goodman, George, of Heyshot, royalist com- 
position paid by, 19, 94. 

Goodman de Velers, Theobald, prisoner at 
Agincourt, 15, 126. 

Groodmerich, Nicholas, 13, 47. 

Goodwin, Edward (of East Grinstead) armada 
contribution, 1, 32. Robert, covenanter, 5, 

102. Thomas, M.P. for East Grinstead, 

103. Sir Robert, 104. John, 13, 46. 
Goodwin, Madam, and her heir, death of, 

23, 69. 

Goodwin, Thomas, his "Childe of light 
walking in darkness," 12, 216 note. 

Goodwood, Roman inscription (" Chichester 
marble") preserved at, 7, 61. 11, 136. 

'' Goodwoode Parke," 9, 224. Roman road, 
11, 129. Insignificance of Goodwood in 
the palmy days of Charlton, 15, 74. Its 
purchase by the duke of Richmond, 77. Con- 
sequence of the removal of the Charlton 
hounds to its kennels, 78. Ancient building 



GOODWYN. 



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GORING. 



on its site, 83. 86. Two paintings of local 
views in the house, 108. Publications re- 
lating to, 18| 93. 

Goodwyn, John, auditor for Dover, 15, 188. 

Goodwyn, Jo. parliamentary comm. 24, 284. 

Goodw3m, Thomas, site of Augustine itiars' 
chapel, Rye, purchased by, 13* 201. 

Goodyenne, Richard, lord Hoo's bequest to, 
8, 121. 

Goord (or Gourd) John, copyholder, Hartfidd, 
24, 202. 214. See Gourd. 

Goosenest, Chiddingly, 14, 339. 

Gooty, John, lands held and rent paid by, 23> 
306. 

Gorde manor, Uckfield, 12, 5. 

Gordon, lord George, 18, 171. 

Gordon, John, last great offender tried at Sea- 
fbrd, 7» 89. 

Gordon, John, his rhymed recipe for an un- 
ladylike malady, 4, 227. 

Gordon, Mr. estate in Maresfield bought by, 
14, 146. 

Gore, in Alviston, yearly value (141 1) 10, 142. 

Gore, Rev. H. J. rector of Rusper, 25, 204 n. 

Gore, Mrs. drawings furnished by, 11, 120. 

Gore, Mrs. novelist, her version of the fatal 
frolic of "Dacre of the South," 19, 170. 

Gorges, Col. on Cromwell's new lords, 5, 96. 

Gorham, Mrs. Roman aurei exhibited by, 8, 
390. Thomas Gorham, churchwarden, 
Salehurst, 25, 158. 

Goring, nonae return, 1, 59. 61. 62. Ancient 
family long settled at, 10, 113 note. Yearly 
value of lands and manor (141 1) 133. 137. 
Proper inn sign, 188. Goring beacons, 11, 
150. Free warren, &c, enjoyed by the Tre- 
goz family, 12, 40 note, Byne family in 
the court rolls, 85 note. Church bells, 16, 
187. 195. 210. Bronze buckle found, 18, 
71. Water-poet Taylor's adventure, 139. 
Crown presentations, 21, 54. Monumental 
brasses, 23, 160. See 18, 100. Goring 
(name assumed) information relative to 
smugglers given by, 10, 82. 

Goring, Charles, roman building on estate of, 

2,313-3^5- 
Goring, Col. Charles, afterwards second and 

last earl of Norwich of his line, 11, 67. 

Letters from his brother, 19, 98-iOo. 24, 5. 

Goring, Sir Cbas. M. bart. 5, 26. His second 
wife, and estate acquired through her : his 
first wife, and issue by her, 27. 28. See 
20, 26. 

Goring, Edward and Henry, knighthood com- 
positions, 16, 49. 

Goring, " Elizabeth ladie, widdow »» (1647) 
burud entry of, 17, 217. 

Goring, Goringe, Goryng : George of Oving- 
dean and Lewes (sheriff, 1578) armada con- 
tribution (1588) 1, 32. Justice, Lewes rape, 
2» 59< Estates bought of the Dacres by, 



II, 64. Builder of Danny, 66. Had tfnve 
wives, 13, 35. Other Gcorg« Gorings, 2, 

III. 13, 34. 14, 234. 25» 96. 134. 
Goring, Colonel George, son of the earl of 

Norwich, 5, 32. A witness against Straf- 
ford, 33, His surrender of Portsmootii, 
questionable doings, death as a monk, &c, 
33, 34. Favour shown to his mother, lus 
rdease from prison, &c, 53. Consequeaccs 
of his extravagance, 11, 67. 1^ 13. 
Royalist composition paid by htm, 19, 94- 
Escapes with his father, 97. His letters to 
his father and brother, 98-100. 

Goring, George, lord, afterwards earl of Nor- 
wich, 5, 27, 63 note, 85. His letter to lady 
Campion on her husband's death in batde, 
10, II. His court career, &c, 11, 66. 
Obliged to sell his estates, 13, 13. His 
parentage, 25. Defender of Colchester 
against Fairfax, 19> 95. Dealings of the 
sequestrators with his estates, 97, 98. Db- 
honesty of his agents, his letter to his soo 
on the subject, &c, 100. True date of his 
death, loi. Letters to Prince Rupert, 22, 
223. 23, 323. Brass to his sister, 23, 171. 
Manorial rents claimed by him, 239. See 
25, 189. Norwich, Geo. Goring, carl of. 

Goring, Sir Harry (ob, 1733) buried, 18, 158L 
Property acquired by him, 158 noie. Said 
to have gone off with the Pretender, 25, 173. 

Goring, Henry, frustrated visit of queen Eliza- 
beth to (1577) 5, 192. A query of his on 
the subject, 193. Lewes property conveyed 
to, 13, 15. 

Goring, Henry (of Hidowne) justice (1631- 

32) 16, 34' 35- 
\ Goring, Henry, and his child bride, prisoners 
yj/ to the parliament (1644) 5,62, 63. Honoor 
intended by Charles II. for, 5, 104. 23, 2iOu 

Goring, Henry (1682) his letter in feLvour of 
the imprisoned quakers, 16, 68. 

Goring Henry (of Highden) and Henry (trf 
Burton) joint custodians of Hamsey manor 
(circa 1644) 17, 82. 

Goring, Henry (of Sullington) and Henry (of 
Burton) royalist compositions paid by (1644) 
19,94. 

Goring, or Goringe, Sir Henry (of Burton) 
armada contribution (1588) 1, 32. 

Goring, Sir Henry (of Highden) 2, 115. Hus- 
band of his daughter_Elizabeth, 3, 118. 

Goring, John,, ancestor of the present Lord 
Camoys, 3, loi. Goring, John, last bene- 
factor to Dureford abbey, 8, 92. 

Goring, lady, wife of lord, a parliamentarian 
courtesy to, 5, 53* Her timely aid to one 
of the Wilsons, 11, 21. 

Goring, lord, master of the horse to qaeea 
Elizabeth, 18, 130. 

Goring, Maria ** lady," wife of Henry, 6, 63. 
Her parentage, nine daughters^ Sbc^ 63 iwCe. 



GORING. 



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GOUNTER. 



Goringy Miss, mural painting copied by, 1, 
161. 

Goring, Mr. lands in Petworth devolved to, 
14, 19. 

Goring, Sir William, parliamentary seques- 
trator, &C, 5, 54* 63 note. Captured at 
Arundel, 9, «;3' 

Goring, Sir Wm. of Burton, 11, 66, Bene- 
factions of his ancestors to Hardham priory, 
111. 115. 116. Reversion of same to him 
at its dissolution, 114. His office under 
Hen. VIII. ibidf note. Probable connection 
between him and the Omnia Fanitas anec- 
dote, 222. See 13, 25. 16, 155 n. 20, 28. 

Goring (Gorringe) Sir William, Sussex justice 
(1631-32) 16, 35. 37.38. 40. 43- 44- 

Goring, Sir William, and the proud duke of 
Somerset, 15* 77. 

Goring, Sir William, his' swan marks, 17f 216. 

Gorings of Burton, Danny, Highden, Lewes, 
Ovingdean, and Wiston, ancestry, arms, 
property, monumental brasses, descendants, 
present representatives, &c, 5, 27. 63 note. 
6, 79. 12, 32 note, 13, 14. 24. 25. 22, 
222, 223. 23, 142. 171. 24, 4, 5. Un- 
toward death of a Goring of " Hydon,'* 10, 

16. See Gorring. Goryng. 

Gorm, King, Runic inscription on the tumulus 
of, 4, 78. 

Gorman, John, vicar of Mayfidd, 9, 183. 

Gormunville, David de, manors WEongly 
taken possession of by, 7, 52. \ 

Gorogltown, hospital at Westham so called, 
24, 280 Tiote. 

Oorowaye, Vincent, bellfounder, 16, 156 note. 

Gorring, Richard, copyholder, Maresfidd, 24, 
212. 

Gorring, or Gorringe, family, Seaford, 7»i29. 

Gorring, Gorringe, origin of the middle class 
Sussex families so named, 24, 5. Thdr 
present representative, ibid, 

Gorringe, brothers, manumission from serf- 
dom of, 9, 224. 

Goryng, John, Seneschal, Rusper, 5, 256. 

Goryng, John, bailiff, Arundel (1386) 24, 292. 

Gosden, William, wrongdoings of nuns en- 
couraged by, 9, 17. 

Gosebee, Thumas, chaplain, Bilsington, 1 5, 97. 

Gosetrouwe, s e Gostrow. 

Goshawks ; one paid as manorial rent, 9, 155. 
heavy penalty for stealing one, 1 55 note. 

Gospel, institution of the society for the pro- 
pagation <A the, 3, 147 note. 

Gospels, Anglo-Saxon illuminated, and silver- 
gilt and jewelled copies of the, 4, 73. 77. 
8,81. 

Gostrow, Gosetrouwe, or Gastrow hundred, 
parishes in, 6, 57. 66. Non-resident barons, 

17, 67. See 11, 229. 14, 116 note, Gould- 
spurr. 

Gotole, or Gotlee, Henry> land sold by R. 



Oxenbridgfe to, 8, 215. Yearly value of 
manor held by (141 1) 10. 

Gotham: origin of Andrew Borde's ''Wise 
men of Gotham," 6, 207. Gotham marsh 
and manor house, ibid note. 

Gotherd, Godly, 24, 173. 

Gott family, iron memorial tablet in Streat 
church to the, 25, 127. Gotts house, 133. 

Gott, Peter, Sussex roads commissioner, 15, 
146. Cinque ports baron, 193. 

Gott, Samuel, his plea for Cromweirs new 
lords, 5, 96. Constituendes represented, 
and offices held by him, 103. 104. 9, 56 
note. His correspondence with S. Jeake 
relative to Rye election, 9, 56-58. Samuel, 
of Crundole, his arms, 25, 96. 

Gotty, W, copyholder, Hartfidd, 24, 202. 214* 

Gouche, Matthew, ** very noted," 18, 20. 

Goudhurst, abbey founded by Sir R. Tumc- 
ham at, 9, 148. Depot built by smugglers 
at, 10, 80. Lawless inroads of smugglers, 
ddensive measures of the inhabitants, 
and battle with the marauders, 83, 84, 
Smuggler gibbeted,' 89. 

Gough, Richard, topographic collections of, 5, 
250. 277. 280. 12, 13. Idea ridiculed by» 
18, 5. On heraldic visitations, 19, 194. 
Monument in Arundel church figured by, 

23, 135- 

Gough, Rd. vicar. East Grinstead, 20, 147. 

Gough, William, husband of one of Wm. 
Jdferay*s seven daughters, 14, 221 note. 

Gouiz, Turstain de, 10, 64. See Fitz Rou. 

Gould, Rev. Joseph, patron and rector of Bur- 
wash, monument to, 21, 133. 135. 

Gould, Sir Nathaniel, knL arms of, 25, 96. 

Gouldsmith, Joseph, Seaford, munidpal offices 
hdd by, the family mansion, &c, 7, 108. 1 25. 

Gouldsmith, Mr, Soiford jurat, mob attack on, 
17, 160. 

Gouldsmith, Wm. custom house officer, narrow 
escape from smugglers of, 10, 81. 

Gouldspurr and Gowstrow hundreds, knight- 
hood compositions, 16, 47. See 251 Tiote. 
See Goldspur. Gostrow. 

Gounter, Amphillis and Mary, monumental 
brasses, 23, 175. 

Gounter, Arthur, scandal propagated concern- 
ing Ql. Eliz. and lord Leicester by, his deda- 
ration and subsequent confession, &c, 23, 
5. 6. Another occasion wherdn he offended, 7. 

Gounter, col. George, notable services rendered 
to Charles IL in his escape by, 23, 7-1 1. 
His widow's petition to the king, 11. See 
16, 265. 

Gounter, Sir George (Arthur's son) family 
calamities of, 23, 7. 

Gounter, John, and others, grain inquiry com- 
mission entrusted to, 23, 4 note, 

Gounter, Roger, warrior of the Marches, 16, 
267. 



GOUNTER. 



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GRATWICKE. 



Goanter, capt. Thomas, fined for his loyalty, 

23,7. 

Counter, Ursula (sister of ool. Geo. G.) register 

of the marriage of, 23, 10 note. Sussex 
family descended from her, 1 2. Bowl given 
to her by Charles II. ilnd. 

Counter family : punning arms, 16, 265. 
Pedigree : Jenkin the ancestor, &c, 23, 2. 3. 
Frater Gunterus of Battle abbey : Roger 
Counter and his proxy at Agincourt, 4. 
Jasper, cited as a papist, 6 note. Last of 
the family who bore the name, 1 1. Hugh, 
restorer of Racton church, 13. Monuments, 
brasses, and inscriptions in the church, 13, 
14* 315* "^hc old family residence, 16. 
See 18, 94. Gunter. 

Gounter-NicoU, Sir Charles, 23, 3. His early 
death, 11. Mural monument and bust, 13. 
Register of his burial, 14. 

Counter's pool, and weather prognostic con- 
nected with it, 23, 1 7. 

Gourd, John, land held and rent paid by, &c, 
23, 308. 24, 202. Gourd, Thomas, 
cottage encroachment of, 23, 301. 

Goumay, Gerard de, first husband of Edith de 
Warcnne, 4, 131. 

Goushill, John, " chivaler,** Sussex possessions 
of, 5, 146. 

Gout cured by St. Richard's boots, 1, 182 
note, 

Gowdies, Isabel, sdf-accused witch, burnt, 
10, 19. 

Cower, poet, on the derivation of Jilbertf 6, 46. 

Gown, new, for churching, 12, 42 note, 

Gowring, William, tenement in Hailsham 
held by, 24, 226. Present form of the 
name, ibid note. 

Goxwell, see Boxwdl. 

Sraben, grave or grove, etymology of, 15, 86. 

Grace, Rev. John, favour conceded by, 6, 277. 

Grade, John, a Scotchman, 25, 184. 

Graeme, Malcolm, sketch of a parish chest 
by, 24, 179. 

GrafTham, dedication of church, 12, 72. 
Church bells, 16, 151. 161. 194, 210. 
Stream, 260. See Greffham. 

Grafton, chronicler. Battle abbey list printed 
by, 6, 8. His account of a riot on the 
dissolution of Bayham abbey, 9, 180. 

Grafton, duke of, 15, 76. 70. 204. 

Graham (or Grantham) hall, improperly used 
as achapd, 6, 113. 

Graham, Mr, silver bell for cock fighting given 
to Wreay school by, 9, 184. 

Graham, Reg^inald, land in Ashdown forest 

leased to, 14, 54- 

Grain exported from Chichester (1541) result 
of inquiry concerning, 23, 4 note. 

Grammar schools, laudable motives of foun- 
ders of, curious privileges granted to some, 
&C 9, 183-186. 



Granada, Jacob Bryant's suggestion relative 

to, 10, 4S- 
Granator in a nobleman's house, duties of, 

7, 207. 

Granby, marquis of, famous general, 10, 37. 
Prince Ferdinand's high compliment to, 43. 

Grancell, M. John, refuge minister, 13, 199. 

Grandin, Sir W. seizes de Broc's manor ,6, 220. 

Grandison, Sir Otho de, diplomatic mission 
confided to, 3, 201. The Grandisons, 6,80. 

Grandmont abbey, donation to, confirmed by 
K. John, 22, 179. 

Grandmontaines, offshoots from the Bene- 
dictines, 15, 85. 

Grandyns, chantxy founded by the, 16, 238. 

Granfeld, William, proof of age by, 12, 33. 

Grange, the, held by Fecamp abbey, 14, 67, 68. 

Grange, payment to cinque port barons by, 
15, 190. 

Granger (not Grainger) on Anthony Sherley's 
death, 5, 21. On judge Jefferies, 16, 68 n. 

Grant " pbr Cultbllum " of William 
the SECOND EARL dc Warbnne, by G. R. 
Comer, F.S.A, 7, 213-216. Purport of 
the g^rant, ceremony of confirmation by the 
knife, 213. Parallel instances, and of grants 
accompanied by other articles, 213, ^14. 
Curious accompaniment to a grant by the 
third earl de Warenne, 215. Site of the gift 
and text of the first-named grant, ibid. 
Document with knife attached at Trinity 
college, Cambridge, 216. 

Grantham (or Graham) hall, 6, 113. 

Grantham, Mr. G. barrow opening expenses 
contributed to by, 22, 76. 

Grantham, Rev. T. on Bramber castle and 
the Braose family, 5, 147-154. On saints' 
effig^ formerly in Botolphs church, 12, 
66. 104 note, 

Grantley, Fletcher Norton, first lord, 24, 90. 

Cras, de or le, probably identical with Scrace, 

8, I, 2. 

Grateley, Hants, 25, 213. 

Gratrix (or Creatorex) Valentine, the curer by 
touch ; how his cures are believed to have 
been effected, 13, 68, 70, text and notes, 

Grattens, or after-pasture, 6, 234. 

Gratwicke, Gratewick, Gratewyk, Gratock^ 
Grattwicke, Gratwek, Gratwyk : quarrels of 
the family with the Elphicks and the Seaford 
corporation, 17, 158, 159. Furnaces worked 
by the family, 18, 16. Notices of the 
family, 7, 104. 105. 129. 18, 197. 22» 
160-162. Edward, jurat, Seaford, 17, 152. 
155. Francis, subsidy commissioner, 15, 
71. Jane, wife of Richard Turner, 13, 
253. 25, 218. 

Gratwicke, John, vicar of Bolney, 2, 1 10 note, 
125. His marriage and death, 6, 252. 

Gratwicke, John, counsellor, 2, 110. Pro- 
bable motive for a gift of claret to, 1 10 note,. 



GRATWICKE, 



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GREENE. 



4, 28a. Gratwick, John, knighthood comp. 
16t 49. Other John Ciratwickes, 12, 32, 

16, 247. 23, 213. 25, 45. 96. 
Gratwicke (Gratewick) Roger (of Ham) ar- 
mada contribation (1588) 1, 37. Mona- 
mental brass (1596) 23, 185. 

Gratwicke (Gratocke) Roger, parliamentary 
captain, withdrew from the king's trial, 5, 
102. His ** 3 encounters with Prince Ru- 
pert,'' 9, 49. Probable error in the account, 
49 note, 

Gratwicke (Gratwyke) Thomas (of West 
Grinstead) burial direction, 12, loiS. Grat- 
wicke (Gratwyck) Thomas and Roger, iron- 
masters, 3, 243. Gratwick, Thomas and 
Amy, 13, 253. 25, 218. See 17, iS3« 

Gratwick, William, Seaford rents received by, 

17, 151 laote, 

Gratwicke, William, co-founder of a gfuild and 
chantry in Horsham, 22, 148. 

Gratwick, Sir William and lady, presented 
for municipal offences, 7, 102. 

Gratwick, Mrs. and Mr. 25, 173. 177.179. 193. 

Graunson, Ttiomas de, 13, no. 

Graunt, John, proof of age by, 12, 41. 

Graunt*s ** Observations on the bills of mor- 
tality," 14, 196. 

Grauntham, Edward and Barbara Tichebourne, 
married, 22, 88. 

Graveling, Philip de, order relative to the 
arrested ship of, 23, 23. 

Graves, Sackville, Sussex justice, parish in- 
denture witnessed by, 6, 242. 19, 209. A 
notable act ascribed to him, his residence, 
concealed chamber, &c, 11, 42. 19, 210 n. 

Graves, Rev. J. vicar of Eastbourne, clerical 
offences charged against, 11, 30, 31. 

Graves, Romano-British. 5eeGreenwell. Hard- 
ham. 

Graves, William, burial direction and church 
bequest of, 12, 106. 

Gravesdon, Gravisend, Steyning names, 8, 

137- 

Gravesend church, collection at Westboume 

for, 22, 92. 
Graveson, William, rector of Streat, 25, 134. 
** Gravestones tell truth scarce forty years," 

8, 129. 
Gravett, John, church bequest by, 12, 85. 
Gravctye manor, former owners of, 9, 88 

note. 327. 
Gravbtyb Mansion in West Hoathly, gro- 
tesque architectural features of, 10, 166. 

Successive possessors, 166, 167. 
Gravlyne, Thomas, Seaford, testimonial to a 

fellow townsman joined in by, 7, 149. 
Gray, or Grey, a badger, 14, 247 note. 
Gray, Arthur, smuggler, and his " Folly," 

10,81. 
Gray, Godly, baptismal registry of, 24, 173. 
Gray, J. de, 22, 179 Tiote, 



Gray, Mr, " Endlewcck rents" payable by, 

24, 220. 
Gray, Russell, paper on Spanish armada read 

by, 1, 8. 33. 
Gray, Graie, or Graye, Mr, 14, 1 50. 159. 161. 
Graye, Miles, bellfounder, 14, 240. 16, i8o. 

Bell inscription, 192. 
Grays Inn, notable portrait of an " ancient" of, 

^f 335* Duchy of Lancaster office at, 14, 

US- 
Gray's land in Tarring, manorial charges on, 

14, 264. 

Graysmark, Mary, her recollections of Slindon 

chapel, 12, 99 note. 
Great and Little Perchyng, yearly value (141 1) 

10, 140- 

Great Eastern " queeving" of the, 14, 189. 

Great-upon-Little Rocks, Grimm's views of, 
3. 236, 

Greatham or Gretham, yearly value of Carew 
and atte Melles lands in (141 1) 10, 137. 
Lord of the Manor in 1404, ibid note. Same 
part of the Tregoz possessions, 12, 40 note. 
Death of a Lewknor in poverty at, 86 note. 
Query as to a chapel there, 92. Manor 
granted to Tipper and Dawe, 13, 48. 
Church bells, 16, 210. Founder of Great- 
ham bridge, 257. Stream, 259. Local 
act, 18, 100. Crown presentation, 21,54* 
Rev. E. Turner, curate, 25, 213. 

Greatham House, by Rev. Edward Turner, 
M.A. 17, 108-114. Result of efforts at 
modernization, 108. Abortive attack of 
commonwealth forces upon the bridge, 109. 
Changes in and outside of the house, ibid. 
Connection of the Mille family with it, 1 10- 

112. [See Mille.] Discovery of earthen- 
ware bottles in 1843, their contents, date, 
&c, 113, 114. See 16, 291. 

Greathead (Grost^e) Robert, bishop of Lincoln, 
his letter of rebuke to earl de Warenne, 6, 

113. See Grosthead. 
Greatorex, see Gratrix. 

Great Yarmouth, see Yarmouth. 

Greaves, James, vicar, Eastbourne, 14, 130. 

Greaves, John, astronomer, 18, 171. Rye 

passage book entry, 173. 
Greble, or Grebell, Mr, unusual circumstances 

attending the trial of the murderer of, 18, 

188, 189. 
Greeks, art of ironwork known to the, 2, 262. 

Family arms borne by the, 6, 74. Greek 

manuscripts at Parham, 25, 11. 
Green cross, and Green man, inn signs, 10, 

181. 190. 
Green, Edward and Francis, assistant wardens, 

Sackville college, 20, 166. 
Green, H. model of Mayfield palace exhibited 

by, 8, 324. 
Greene arms, quartered with the CulpeperSi 

10, 156. 



GREENE. 



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GREY. 



Greene, Edward, propeity held in Lewes by, 
13, 38. 

Greene, Edward, a centenarian, 17, 237. 

Greene, John, astrological letter from S. Jeake, 
senr. to, 13, 72, 73. 

Greene, Thomas, complaint of the prior of 
Hastings against, 81 his reply, ibid. 13, 177. 

Greene, Thomas and George, armada con- 
tributions, 1, 33. 37. 

Greenewood, R. parson, arms quota of, 1 1, 226. 

Greenfield, John, mayor of Chichester, 24, 78. 

Greenhall, Elizabeth, married to Sir George 
Croxton ShifFner, 17, 92. 

Greenhay, fight between smugglers and 
officers at, 10, 81. 

Greenlee, see Glynley. 

Greensteede, see Grinstead. 

Green street ; localities known by the name of, 
13, 55 note. Wilmington green street, ibid. 

Greenwell, Canon, 22, 71. His explorations 
of " Grimes' Graves," Norfolk 5 number, 
character, &c, of the "graves," 24, 155, 

156. 

Greenwich, Ql. Eliz. at, 5, 191. 192. Pro- 
gresses of Edw. VL from, 10, 197, 198. 
Collection at Westboume for, 22, 92. 

Greenwich, East, manor of, 13, 45. 

Greenwich, West, church transferred to Bay- 
ham, 9| 1 7 2. Manor given to the templars, 
& Sadlescombe afterwards substituted for it, 
234. Lords of the manor of, 17, 72. 73. 

Greenwood, William, payment to for keeping 
W. B^anke, 20, 104. 

Greenyer " a woman from Brighton," 25, 182. 

Greffham, site of ancient and modem potteries, 
1, II. 12. See Graflham. 

Greg, Richard and Thomas, novices, Bayham, 
9, 165. 168. 

Gregory the great, pope, originator of the 
Benedictine order under, 15, 85. 

Gregory VIIL pope, order of, in a dispute 
b^ween the monks of Sele and the templars, 
9, 249. 

Gregory, pope, pension granted to Anthony 
Copley by, 14, 264. Privileges g^ranted to 
the abbots of Battel by, 17, 46. 

Gregory, John, prior of Tortington, 11, iii. 

Gregory, John, Selden's friend, fate of, 5, 52. 

Grendon, John, rector of Westboume, 22, 100. 

Grene, John, alias John Smith, burial direc- 
tion of, 12, 96. 

Giene, Nicholas, presentation, 20, 75. 

Grene, William, burial directions, church and 
charitable bequest of, 12, 97. 

Greneford (not Grenefield) John de, dean, and 
subsequently bishop of Chichester, charter 
granted to Dureford abbey by, 8, 50. Charter 
vritnessed by, 12i 115. Appropriatbn <tf 
churches confirmed by, 15, 92. 

Greneforde, John, Win€Jid8ea, bailiff to Great 
Yarmouth, 8, 234. 



Gfenehithe, Grenhithe, Grenetha, 1, 15. 'i& 
A cinque port limb of Hastings, 19, 3. 

Grenestede, Grenstede, hundred and manor, 
yearly value (1411) 10, 139. 140. Early 
presentations, 17, 105. 

Grensted, John de, prior of the friars preachers, 
Arundel, 12, 28. 

Grent, William, charter vritnessed by, 22, 1 2 1 . 

Grenville Library, British Museum, scaroe 
report on the, 11, 148. 

Greseley priory, seal of, 4, 5. 

Gresham, Sir John, Mayfield rented and 
bought by, 21, 8. 

Gresham, Marmaduke, jnsdoe, 20, 100. 

Gresham, Sir Thomas, queen Elizabeth enter- 
tained at Mayfield by, 2, 233. 5, 190. 21, 
8. 20. His coat armour in painted glass, 
2, 243 note. His ironworks, 3, 241. 244. 
His portrait at P&rham, 25, 15. 

Grestein abbey, Normandy ; Wilmington priory 
a cell to, 3, 15. When and by whom 
founded, 4, 38. 39. Its early abbots, 39 
note. Charters and grants, 40-45. S^- 
ford property given to, 7, 78. 121 note. 
Grants by William Rufus and Richard de 
Aquila to, 14, 41. See 17, 45. 

" Grevatts,". Roman road at the, 11, 133. 

Grevet, Peter, presentation, 17, 105. 

Greville, Sir John, devolution of Chesworth, 
Sedgwick, &c. on, successors to same on 
his son's dea^i, 8, loi. 

Grevs, Thos. town clerk, Winchelsea, 8, S03 «. 

Grey, rev. Dr. his nomination by the Crown 
successfully resisted, 24, 62. 

Grey, Edward (of Wolbeding) and Robert, 
armada contributions, 1, 34. 35. 

Grey, Edward or Ned, broken leg, 25, 168. 
J. Grey, coachman, 1 79. Sarah Grey, 1 76. 

Grey family, lords of Berwick, 6, 226. 

Grey, Ford, lord, •* elector general " vrith the 
duke of Monmouth at Chichester, 7, 169. 
Introduces a tobaccopipe maker to the duke, 
171. At Charlton hunt, 15, 75. 76. Created 
Viscount Glendale and earl of Tankenrille, 
22, 167 note. 

Grey, Lady Jane, leniency of Q. Mary towards 
an adherent of, 2, 165 7iote. Her seal as 
queen, 4, 313. Fate of one of her ad- 
herents, 5, 1 7. Wore a '* frosc paast " at 
her execution ; Sir Harris Nicolas's guess at 
its meaning, 8, 139, 140. Needlework com- 
memorative of her marriage, 14, 13. 

Grey, Icnrd, king's sewer, 7, 195 note. 

Grey, Sir Thomas, 23, 161.' 

Grey, Thomas, South Bersted church pewed at 
the cost of, 24, 168. 

Grey de Codnor, Thomas lord de, yearly value 
of manor held by, 10» 141. 

Grey de Ruthin, lord, *' great case" of armo- 
rial litigation between Edward, lord Hast- 
ings, and, 11, II note. 24, 21. 



GREY. 



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GUESCLIN. 



Grey de Wilton, Reginald, justice of Chester, 

6, 1 16. 
** Greybeards/' earthenware bottles so called, 

17, 114. 
Grey friars, Chichester castle supplanted by 

house of the, 15, 150. See 25, 136 note. 
Grey Friars monastery, Lewes, site of, 25, 

146 note. See 13, 32, 33. 
Grey Friars, see Friars minors. 
GreyHng, captain, his linguist, 14, 204. 
Greystock, John, baron de, reference to a 

gyton in the will of, 7, 29. 
Grey wood, Chiddingly, derivation of, 14, 

247 note, 
Grice, rev. Thomas, warden of Sackville 

college, 20, 160. 
Griffin, king of the Welsh, 4, 87. 
Griffin, inn sign, Fletching, 10, 188. 
Griffin, Edw, Q. Mary's attorney, 15, 184. 
Griffith, William, Eastbourne, 14, 132. 
Grig, Grigge, or Gryg, John, monk and prior 

of Sele, charges against, &c, 10, 105, 106. 

108. His opposition to annexation, 106. 

Period of his priorship, 1 28. 
Grig, Richard, opposition to a papal bull by, 

10, 108. 
Grimaldi, Stacey, F.S.A. abstracts and notices 

of Hastings priory deeds possessed by, 13, 

167. 175. ^ 

Grimbroc, locality identified with, 9, 151 note. 
Grimes* g^ves, see Green well. 
Grimm, S. H. Catalogue of Sussex views by, 

in the Bodleian library, 3, 232-238. Cow- 
dray frescoes, &c. 5, 176. 181. 182. 183. 

Rusper, 250. Dureford, 8, 94. 95. 99. Hoo 

tomb, 128. Robertsbridge, 148. 164. Roman 

gates, Chichester, 321. Easeboume, 9, i. 

27. 31. Bodiam and Echingham, 298. 354 

«ote. 3SS« 356- 357- 358. 359- Steyning 
vicarage, Wakehurst, Slaugham, &c, 10, 
122 note, 157. 162 note, 164. Racton house, 
23, 16. Brooke, the herald, on a coat of 
arms tricked by Grimm, 7, 22. See 18, 92. 

Grimsby, Great, collection at Westboume for, 
22, 92. 

Grimsted hundred, 24, 218. 

Grindal, archbishop, memorandum from the 
register of, 10, 58. 

Grinder, Robert, his hill for a vestry carouse, 
25,125. 

Gringer ** Daas," and Castle" Daas,'' 14, 189. 

Grinsted (or Grynsted) manor, 13, 125. 

Grinstead (or Qrenestede) Edw. I. at, 2, 152. 
Crown presentations, 21, 54. See Grene- 
stede. Grynstede. East Grinstead. West 
Grinstead. 

Grisilim, Reginald, deed witnessed by, 25, 144. 

Grofham, crown presentations to, 21, 54. 

Gronel, Ralph, vicar of Sutton, 17, 161. 

Groombridge streams, 16, 271. 

Groome, Tho. tithes disputed by, 18, 107. 



Groomes, John, token of, 11, 177. 24, 133. 
Grooms of the Chamber in a nobleman's 

house, duties of, 7, 209. 
Grose, Francis, his views of, and remarks on 

Herstmonoeux, 4, 167. 169. 170. 174. 176. 

179. 181. On Easeboume, 9, 10 note, 

Bodiam, 286 n. Knepp castle, 22, 14, 15. 
Grose, Thos. seneschal of Easeboume, 9, 30. 
Grosthead, Robert, bishop of Lincoln, 1, 166 

note. Legatees of his books, 180 note. 

Opposed collection of tithes for king's use, 

189 note. See Greathead. 
Grosvenor and Scrope controversy, 9, 289. 

12, 227-229. 25, 91. 
Grosvenor, lady, portrait of, 25, if. 
Grosvenor, lord, race won by (1762; 11, 210. 
Grotherd, John de, manor given to Bayham 

by, and object of the gift, 9, 155. 
Grove, yearly value of lands in (141 1) 10, 136. 
Grove in Hollington, owners of the, 14, iii. 
Grove, Mrs. Sussex martyr, 17, 165. 
Grove, R. payment in sickness to, 20, 103. 
Grove, Robert, token of, 11, 176. 24, 133. 
Grove, Thomas and wife, brass to, 9, 286. 

23, 139. 
Groveherst, bequest of, 14, 221. 
Grovehurst, John de, gift of fish to Edw. II. 

by, 6, 44. His monumental brass, ibid n, 
Grover, Mrs. consequence of discoursing 

" merrily but innocently," with, 9, 197. 
Grover, John, "convinced," 16, 71. 
Grover, surname, derivation of, 11, 80 note. 
Groyne, or Groine, see Comnna. 
Grumbridge, Martha, peculiar burial entry of, 

17, 237. 
Granwidge, Mary, Cowden, payments for the 

keep of, 20, 103, 104. 
Gryffith, Thomas, device and aphorism of, 6, 

198. 
Gryffyn, Richard, presentation, 17, 105. 
Gryffyth, Philip and Jasper, Sir D. Owen's 

legacies to, 7, 39" 43- 
Gryndone, Hugh, notary public, Easeboume 

nunnery inquiry before, 9, 14* 
Gryne, Chris, incumbent. Hamsey, 17, loo. 
Grysell, William de, dean of Hastings, 13, 154. 
Grynstede, Will, release witnessed by, 22, 1 18. 
Grynf eld, John, bequest to our lady's light by, 

12,96. 
Guardian, in chivalry, his duties and privi- 
leges, 12, 151, 152. 
Guaro, prior of Sele, 10, 121. 128. 
Guerard's Cartulaires de France^ 10, 65. 
Guerdon, John, clerk in lord Arundel's retinue 

at Agrincourt, 15, 133. 
Guerin family, French refugees, present repre- 
sentatives of the, 13, 200. 
Guernsey, smugglers at, 10, 83. Cromlech 

at I'Ancresse in, 16, 58. Conger-eel, a 

favourite dish in, 17, 115 note, 
Guesdin, Bertrand de, 4, 144 note. 



GUEST. 



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GUNTER. 



Guest, Dr. Edward, on dykes near Salisbuty, 
10, 171. On the site of Cerdices Ova, 12, 
264. His " four Roman ways," 18, 169. 
Guestling (Gcstclinges, Gcstlynge)nonae return, 
1, 59. Its condition after the battle of 
Hastings, 2, 57. Annual value (141 1) 10, 
142. Incumbent's arms quota, 11, 226. 
An ancient cinque ports court, 12, 192. 
Stream, 15, 155. Church bell shields and 
inscriptions, 16, 149. 210. See 14, 112, 
116 notes. See Gestlynge. 
Guestling hundred, 6, 57. Valuation (1649) 
58. Inquest concerning Sussex rebels, 215. 
Knighthood compositions, 16, 47. Chief 
freeholder (1734} and his present representa- 
tive, 23, 76. 

Guichard, or Guygardus (Guychard de la 
Osaye), prior of Lewes, his succession, induc- 
tion, and death, 2, 24. 25. See 3, 196. 

Guides on Sussex roads for Edw. I, 2, 152. 

Guidon, Settone, or Gyton, use and derivation 
of, 7, 29 Tiote, See Gwydons. 

Guienne, dispute concerning, 6, 42. 

Guildford, Surrey, kings John and Edw. I. at, 
2, i3S» ^B3' 156- Edw. VI. at, 197. 198. 
aoo. Sussex men in the gaol, 12, 27. 28. 
29. 31. Traders' token, 16, 310. Castle 
seized by Lewis of France, 22, 18. " Dog *' 
Smith's gift to the town, 32. 

Guildford, Sussex. See East Guildford. 

Guildford, Sir Edward, 4, 313. 13, 271. 

Guildford, Mr. visited and knighted by queen 
Elizabeth, 5« 191. 

Guildeford, Henry de, bequest to Dureford 
abbey by, 8, 68. See Guldeford. 

Guilds, nature, constitution and objects of, 
15, 172. 174 note. Sussex towns formerly 
the seats of guilds, 1 76. Mr. W. D. Cooper 
on guilds in Sussex, 24, 292. See Mer- 
chant Guild. 

Guilham, Silvester, duty entrusted by Hast- 
ings corporation to, 14, 90. 

Guillams or Guillane, heirs of, 24, 252, 258. 

Guillim, on the attributes of the falcon, 8, 8. 

Guimare, " a noble woman," warning sent to 
W. Conq. by the son of, 8, 144. 

Guineas, statute fixing the value of, 2, 124 
note. See 127. 

Guisborough priory, founders of, 14, 3 note. 

Guise, duke of, 11, 65. His attack on the 
protestants of Dieppe, 13, 181. His mas- 
sacre of the inhabitants of Vassy, 182. 
Entry into Rouen, 186. His ** gret othe," 
187. His attack on Rouen, 188, 189. See 
also, 190. 191. 

Gulafre, John, charter witnessed by, 6, 132. 

Guldeford (East Guildford) early condition of, 
22, 187. 

Guldeford, Edward, his letter on the forcible 
. intrusion of a new abbot at Bayham, 7» 222. 

Guldeford, George, object of petition to Henry 



«t 



VIII. by, 15, 138. Act passed thereon, 
139. Name-place and ancient importance 
of the family, 138 fiote. 

Guldeford, Sir Harry, 7, 222. Dissolved 
priory asked for by him, 223 note. His 
parentage, marriages, &c, 230. 

Guldeford, Sir John, occasion of his attainder 
for treason, 9i 293. 

Guldeforde, Sir Richard (Sir Guldefride) his 
pilgrimage, origin of his family, arms, &c, 
4> .113* ^t 12. His port of departure, 
10, 10 note. His daughter, 23, 156. 

Gumworth farm and the ** Gumber," and 
the Roman road, 11, 129. 145. 

Gullege estate and house. East Grinstead, 
20, 145. GuUedge, ancient seat of the 
Alfreys, 24, 211 note. 

Gulston, Sir W. cinque ports baron, 15, 193. 
Edward, Sussex roads commissioner, 146. 

Gun accidents, fatal, 12, 20. 18, 54. 

"Gun battery field" and "gun garden, 
Bodiam, tradition relative to, 9, 302. * 

Gun hill, one of the Chiddingly seven hills, 
14, 217. 

Gun, inn sigpns, Sussex, 10, 190. Origin of 
the sign, 14, 207. Gun lands, 14, 238. 

Gun, John, 25, 166. 177. 178. 192. Widow 
Gun, 176. 

Gundewine, Eadward, benefactor to St. Mary's 
hospital, Chichester, 24, 43. 

Gundrada, and William de Warenne, 1, 43. 
45. 160. Remarkable expression on her 
tomb, 2, 8. Her land-gift to Lewes priory, 
9. Her death, 10, 23. Discovery of her 
remains, &C. 11. Re-burial of same with 
those of her husband, 1 1 note. A Ditch- 
ling tradition concerning her, 13, 260. 
Lines on the discovery of her coffin lid, 18, 
^3$f 1.0. See 13, 242. 19, 58. 

Gundulph, bishop of Rochester, 17> 11. 

Gunhilda, Canute's daughter, her marriagre 
and subsequent career, 18, 8. 

Gunmaylok, Walter, incumbent, Chiddingly, 
14, 248. 

Gunn, Richard, Ringmer parishioners feasted 
by, 4, 289. 

Gunn, R. counsel against the quakers, 16, 1 19. 

Gunner, Rev. W. H. mural painting, and 
painted glass exhibited by, 8, 324, 325. 

Gunning, Peter, bishop of Chichester, 1, 1 10. 
His character, ibid note. 

Gunnora, explanatory notice of two ladies so 
named, 9, 151 note. 

Gunpowder plot, reward given to the discoverer 
of the, 7, 79- 

Gunter, or Guntor, John, token, 11, 177. 24^ 

Gunter, Roger, and his substitute at Agin- 

court, 15, 129. 
Gunter, Thomas, and George, royalists : fine 

imposed on Thomas, 5, 4i8. Their serviots 



GUNTER. 



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HACKER. 



to Charles II. in his flight from England, 

48, 49. 18, 114. George's adventures 

during the joumeyi 117. 120. laa, 123. 

Royalist composition paid by George, 19, 

94. See Gounter. 
Gunter, Ursuley, married to Thomas Simons, 

22, 88. 
Gunter, " one Mr. a justice of peax," affray 

made by Sir Geoffray Poole upon (1540) 

21, 79. Malicious charge brought before 

him, 80. 
Gunter's bridge, 16, 260. 
Gunter's chain, Icelandic equivalent for, 15, 

149. 
Gunters and Pierpoints, intermarriages of, 11, 

52 note, 
Guntor, John, see Gunter, John, 
Gurdon, Sir Adam de, ''a leading malcontent 

in the Montford faction,'' 11, 97 note. 

Office conferred on him by Edw. III. ibid, 
Gurnay, Hawisa de, her gift to Lewes, 2, 14. 
Gumell, Tho. incumbent, Ditchling, 13, 259. 
Gumer, Thomas, rector of Streat, 25, 134. 
Gumey, Miss, locality wrongly identified by, 

14, 120. 
Gurr, John, seal found by, 5, 205. Well 

opened at Pevensey by, 6, 281. 
Gurr, Richard, chosen clerk of Salehurst, 25, 

157. 
Gurth, Guerd, Gyrth, Harold's brother, 4, 85. 

Slain at Hastings, 86. 89. 19, 73. Manor 

possessed by, 20, 212, 213. 
Gustavus Adolphus, contemporary note on 

the operations of, 4, 227. His end, ibid 

note. His portrait, 25, 16. 
Guthrie's head on the Tolbooth, 10, 19. 
Guthmn's offer to Alfred, 4, 80. His way 

of encouraging shipbuilding, 102. 
Gutter bell metal, 16, 175 note, 
Guy, bishop of Amiens, see Amiens. 
Guy of Burgundy, territorial gifts by W. Conq. - 

to, 10, 63 note, 
Guy, David, ironmaster, 3, 246. 
Guy, David, Chiddingly, property of, 14, 

218. Materials sold by his grandfather, 

226 note, 
Guy, John Auckland, ancient necklace found 

and figured by, 10, 205. 



Guy, Thomas, instance of longevity, 14, 247. 
Guyamerdons, or Wertling, preboid of, 13, 

134- 
Guygardus, see Guichard. 

Gwilt, C. E. reference to a paper by, 17, 30 

note. 
Gwilt, Charles Perkins, on the origin of the 

story of " Dog" Smith's early poverty, his 

benefactions, monument, &c 22, 34. 43. 48. 
Gwilt and Haviland, on brick weight and 

water weight, 21, 36. 
Gwydons and pennons, 6, 55. See Guidon. 
Gwyn, Dickan, only speaker of the Cornish 

dialect, 10, 25. 
Gwynne, Wm. incumbent, Hamsey, 17, 100. 
Gybbon, Philip, Sussex roads commissioner, 

15, 146. Cinque ports baron, 202. 207. 210. 
Gybbs, Thomas, and another, manor sold by 

Hen. VIII. to, 23, 125. 
Gybson, Rychard, 50 years servant to the 

duke of Norfolk and his ancestors, 13, 126. 
Gydenye, R. merchant guildsman, 15, 173. 
Gydlow, Jane (Mrs. Watmouth) a useful par- 
son's wife, 14, 161. 
Gyffard, J. an esquire at Agincourt, 15, 139. 
Gygyntone tithes, assignment of, 13, 136. 
Gyldsridge, Mr. James, Maresfield, 14, 150. 
Gyle, William, reminded of a baptism by a 

suicide, 15, 213. 
Gyles, John, incumbent, Hamsey, 17, 60. 
Gyles, John, of Nenfidd, rent paid and land 

held by, 24, 251. 256. 
Gyles, William, two of the name, knighthood 

compositions, 16, 48. 
Gyles, W. "captan," 16, 185. 
Gylmjm, Thomas, proof of age by, 12, 35 • 
Gylons, John, land demised by Hardham 

priory to, 11, 114. 
Gylspyn, Thos. at Agincourt, 15, 135. 
Gynar, William, gift deed witnessed by, 11, 

102. 
Gynner, John, "Cortoris," 14, 151. See 

Genner. Jcnner. 
Gytha, Gheda, or Ghitha, mother of Harold, 

her six sons and their fate, 4, 85. Manors 

taken from her by William the Conqueror, 

90. Contrary views of his conduct towards 

her, 6, 36. See 19, 73. 81. 



H. 



Haberdasher^ latin term for, 25, 158 note. 
Haberdashers' hall, sittings of the common-^ 

wealth sequestrators at, 19, 93. 97. 
Haben, William, burial direction and church 

bequests of, 12, 76. 



Habin, Richard, informer, tracts relating to 

the death of, 18, 88. 
Habynaux, P. de, prior of Sele (1304) 10, 128. 
Hacker, colonel, parliamentary dSScer, 3, 106, 

107. 



HACKETT. 



[ ^7^ ] 



HALL. 



Hackett, Maria, publication by, 18, 90. 

Hackley, Jo. arms quota of, 11, 227. 

Hadlow down church bell, 16, 211. 

Haddock, Sir R. navy comptroller, 25i 72. 

Haddocke, Joh. parliamentary surveys sub- 
scribed by, 23, »74. 276. 280. 287. 291. 
a93- 3i3« 24, 225. 231. 232. 238. 241. 
242. 244. 247. 287. 25, 31* 42- 53- 

Haddon, Edw. curate, Eastbourne, 14, 131. 

Haddon, Francis, of London, and his daughter 
Mary, 121. 

Haddons, of Haddon, Noithants, 11, 27. 

Hadrian, coins of, found, 7» 74- 16, 59. 63. 

"Haffcndcn's hcires of Hcathfldd,'* 24, 
252. 261. 

Hagham, W. rector of Rotheriield, 13, 306. 

Haghe, S. dela, ship master, Hastings, 14, 70. 

Haghmont abbey, subsidy levy on, 5, 237. 

Hagia, Bernard de, benefactor to Calceto 
priory, 11, 102. 

Haia, See De Haia. Hay. 

Hailes, lord, see Dalrymple. 

Hailsaltede, hundred and manor of, 10, 64. 

Haihham, Hallsham, Haylesham, Helsham : 
puritan spoliation of the church, 4, 251. 
Advowson and lands in, given to Michel- 
ham priory, 6, 132. 136. 141. Disputes 
between Bayham abbey and the rector rela- 
tive to the diurch, 9, 1 73. Result of the 
archbishop's arbitration, 1 74. The straw- 
strewn floor, &c, 175. Name of the Hal- 
sham family not derived from this place, 
369. 24, 35. Market cross, and market 
plsu)e, 10, 183. 24, 226 note. Traders' 
tokens, 11, 175. 176. 24, 129. Incum- 
bent's arms quota, 227. Henry Marshall's 
legacy to the poor, 13, 52. Local pro- 
nunciation of the name, 210. Benefactions 
to the poor, 14, 216. 221. Church bells, 
16, 163. 182. 194. 211. Non-resident 
barons, 17» 66. To whom indebted for its 
market charter, 19, 31 note. Yearly value 
of lands, &c, in the parish (1649) ^^' 
Chief freeholder (1734) and his present 
representative, 23, 77. Parliamentary 
survey of lands, late the property of Charles 
L in, 226, 227. List of portreeve tenants, 
253* See 19, 98. See Pevensey. 

Hailstorms, collections at Maresfield for suf- 
ferers from, 21, 217. 

Haines, Edw. quaint epitaph on, 18, loi. 

Haines, Mr. gift of a pig to, 25, 175. 

Haines, Richard, token of, 16, 310. 24, 132. 

Haines, W. 24, 123 note. Information fur- 
nished by, 128. Midhurst trader's token 
found by, 25, 230. On the quintain, 231. 
On a coin of Verica, 232, 233. See 25, 
207 note. 

Hair, seizin of lands given by clippings of, 

7, 215- 
Hair, Ralph, bell-donor, 16, 189. 



Haket, Thomas and Juliana, yeariy value of 

lands held by (141 1) 10, 134, 135* 
Hackford, W. H. Marshall's legacy to, 13, 53. 
Hakon, nephew of Harold, 19, 75. 
Halcomb, John, "Steeple house warden," 

16,98. 
Halden park and its ponds, 8, 169. Royal 

and noble residents, 169 note. 
Halden, Robert, prior of Brecon, 23, I34«* 
Hale farm, Chiddingly, 14, 238. 
Hale green, old house at, 14, 231, 232. 
Hale, John de, presentation, 17, 106. 
Hale, Sir M. precedent cited by, 19, 174 noie. 
Hales farm in Gates parish, 12, 89 note. 
Hales Owen, abbots of, 8, 71. 81. Bayham 

abbey visited (for the bishop) by the prior 

of, 9, 164. 
Hales, Christopher, king's attorney, 219. Sir 

G. Oxenbridge's legacy to him, 8, 220. 
Hales, Daniel, monumental brass, 23, 160. 
Hales, Edmund, cinque port baron, 15, 209. 
Hales, Rev. R. C. rector, on Laxman of Wood- 

mancote, 25, 149 note, 
Haley (Hayley) Mr. on a nameless brass at 

Brightling, 23, 140. On the discovery of 

a fraud practised on the parish, 141. See 

Hayley. 
Half naked, chantry of, 24, 52. Halfenaker, 

Halfnaked, Halvenaker. See Halnaker. 
Haliday, Mr. memorial window designed by, 

22, 84. 
Halifax damaged by inundation, collection at 

Maresfield for, 21, 217. 
Halifax, carls of, their ancestor, 14, 325. At 

Charlton hunt, 15, 76. 79. 
Halifax, Charles Montague, curious letter to, 

asking him to find a husband for his niece, 

9, 372. 

Halifax, George Montag^ue Dunk, last lord, 
passage of cinque ports barons through the 
house of, 1 5, 205. 206. Choice gifts offered 
to Westboume parish by, 22, 82. Sir W. 
Burrell's eulogy on the gift, 83. Value of 
the advowson held by him, 94. His natural 
daughter, 106. Tower built by him, 23, 18. 

Hall, unlawful use as a chapel of a, 6, 113. 

Hall, the chronicler, on the results of Flemish 
immigration, 2, 40. On Brighton, 41. On 
the countess of Salisbury's marriage and 
end, 21, 7^* 84* 

Hall family of Portslade and Brighton, their 
ancestor, 9, 38 note. Estate sold by the 
Halls of Brighton, 14, 230. 

Hall, Charles Henry, canon of Christchurch, 
marriage solemnized, 25, 121. 

Hall, Edm. vicar, Willington or Willingdeane, 
arms quota of, 11, 227. 14, 124. 

Hall, Edward, gift to the poor by, 16, 37. 

Hall, George, rector of Berwick, 6, 239. 19, 
210. 

Hall, Henry, lord of Gensing manor, 14, ill. 



HALL. 



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HAM. 



Hall, Henry, bailiff, Hastings, 15, 182. 

Hall, Henry, unusual registry entries relative 
to, 24, 175. 

Hall, John (of Halland in East Hoathly) 
commr. of Lewes temp. Hen. YIII. 10, 95. 

Hall, John, mayor of Winchelsea, 23, 34. 

Hall, or Halle, John, sen. and jun. yearly 
value of manors and lands held by (141 1) 
10, 142. 145. John Halle steward of 
Laughton (8 Hen. VI.) 212. 

Hall, Nathaniel, Roman villa found on lands 
of, 13, 3. 

Hall, capt. R. cinque ports baron, 15* 193. 

Hall, Rob. subsidy commr. Hastings, 14, 81. 

Hall, Sir Robert, " clarkc," vicar of Seaford, 
7, 117. Margaret Seman's bequest to him, 
130. Set 17, 161. 

Hall, Spencer, F.S.A. his '< Echyngham of 
Echyngham," 6, 87. 9, 345- 354 ^ote*. 

Hall, Thomas, "approved preaching min- 
ister," Midhurst, 20, 25, 26. 

Hall,«ee Halle. 

Hall land, Chiddingly, 14, 217. 

Hailam, historian, on hunArtds^ 21, 109. 

Hallamshire verses on knighthood summonses, 
16, 51. 

Halland, 1, 10. The Pelhams of, 3, 224. 
Glories of Halland place, 228. Same pulled 
down : Pelham buckle in front wall, 229. 
Grimm*s views and comments, 237. 238. 
Place abandoned by the Pelhams for Halland, 
7, 70. Prices realized for tapestry at the 
sale at, 232. Public days, rejoicings for 
victories, &c. at, 11, 186. 191. 198, 199. 200. 
203. 204. 206. 207. French and English 
cooks, 203. Wood-cut view, 220. Its strong 
beer and revellings, 23, 80. 24, 141. See 
13, 100. 14, 81. 208. 15, 161. 16, 292. 
18, 73. 24, 6. 7. 

Halle, Henry, covMnMtio penitentiarii issued 
to, 17, 198. 

Halle, object of William de Cricketot's bequest 
of the, 14, 185. 

Halle, William atte, butcher, taken to Agin- 
court, 15, 133- 

Halliwell, Jas. Orchard, F.R.S. his edition of 
And. Horde's " Wise men of Gotham," 6, 
207. His " Early Naval Ballads,** 12, 27 
noie. Verses on St. Leonard's forest com- 
municated by, 19, 191. Definition of 
tDimpUf 25, 144 note. 

Hallmestry, see Holmstrough. 

Hallum, Robert, presentation, 17» 104. 
Hallywell, Charles, vicar of Sutton with Sea- 
ford (1696) 7, 117. 17, 161. 

Halnac, or Hannac wood, pasturage court, 
and honour of, 15, 90, 91, 92, 93. 

Halnaker (Halfnaked, Halvenaker, Halnakyd) 
Grimm's views of and remarks on the house, 
3, 236. Lady la Warr's letter, 7« 319. 
Curfews, thumbscrew, and poitrait from, 



8, 307. 3 1 1 . 3 1 9. Yearly value of the manor 
(1411) 10, 135. Visited by Edw. VL 198. 
200. 201 . 204. The mansion and its builder, 
&c. 203. Roman road, 11, 128. 129. 130. 
Com grown there before the Romans came, 
132 Tiote. Formerly owned by the St. 
Johns, 12, 29 note. The manor allotted to 
John Bonville, 15, 59. His bequest of 
books to be chained to the chapel lectern, 
61. His widow's bequest to the same 
chapel, 63. Ruins of the house, 83. Set- 
tlement of a branch of the De la Hays here, 
84. 88. Chantry of Halfnaked, 92. Sub- 
sequent owners of the manor and estate ; 
the Poynings, 99. no. Lord la Warr, 103, 
104. Church entrance for the occupants 
of the house, 107. " Views from Halnaked 
House," at Goodwood, 108. See 5, 185. 277. 

23, 17. 

Halnaker, Boxorovb, &c. temp, Eliz. notes 
by M. A. lx>wer, 9, 223-226. Chief tenants 
of Halnaker (or Halfenaked) arrow, spurs, 
pounds of pepper, payable by them, 323. 
Money rents, manor house, park, chapel of 
St. Rooks, &C, 224. Boxgrove, see Box- 
grove manor. See also 18, 93. 

Hals, Richard, presentation, 17, 107. 

Hals, R. incumbent, Appledram (1400) 18, 84. 

Halsham, family, arms borne by the, 9, 369. 
Cartwright's error as to the source of the 
name, ibid. Actual name-place, 24, 34, 
35. Monumental brasses, 23, 161, 162. 
Confusion in former accounts of the family, 

24, 32. Inquiry into Richard Halsham's 
legitimacy, 33. John Halsham and his 
two wives Philippa, Und. Difficulties 
arising therefrom, and pedigree explanatory 
of same, 34. See 15> 123. 129 note, 24, 
35 note. 

Halsham, Hugh, one of the custodians of the 
captured duke of Bourbon, 8, no. 15, 9* 
An esquire at Agincouit, 1 29. One of the 
feoffees under Sir John Bohun's will, 20, 12. 

Halsham, Sir Hugh, and wife, monumental 
brass of, 18, 103. 

Halsham, John, rents held by Thomas de 
Brewese of, 8, 98. Yearly value (1411) 
of manors and lands held by, 10, 140. 

Halsham, John de, Westgrinstead estate pur- 
chased by, 22, 8. An Agincourt knight, 
family tombs, brasses, &c 8-10. 

Halsham, Matilda, annuitant (1411) 10, 133. 

Halstead, Richard, bailiff, Lewes, 16. 94 121. 

Halsted, C. T. gold posy ring exhibited by, 
8, 312. 

Halton, bell founder, 16, 180. 18 r. 196. 

Halton St. Clements, church bell, 16, 232. 

Ham, near Lewes, parliament at, 4, 81. 

Hamf in Sussex place-names, 7, ■9. 14. 15. 

Ham farm, Roman remains found at, 14, 
176. Point cleared up by the discovery. 



HAM. 



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HAMPTON. 



177. Remains still probably in the locality, 

180. 
Ham, Wyllym, mayor of Winchelsea, 23, 34. 
Haman, J. knighthood composition, 16, 49. 
Hambden, Mr. 25, 77* 
Hambdegh, Henry de, 14, 212. Origin of 

the name, 213. 
Hambett township, common fine on, 23, 225. 
Hamden hill, Somerset, antiquities found on, 

8, 294. 
Hamelden, Thomas, churchwarden of South 

Bersted, 24, 172. 
Hamelewedford, 17, 40. 
Hamcrden, or Hamden manor, g^rants of, 

14, 112. 114, 115. 
Hames, Ham-say, property of the Sajrs, 8, 

100. See Hammes. Hamsey. 
Hamfeld, Emaldus de, 11, 81 note. 
Hamilton, Douglas duke of, 3, 128 note. 
Hamilton, lord, 11, 24. 
Hamilton, William Gerard, " single speech," 

and other notables of his family, estate 

held by, 18, 80. 
Hamlen family and lindfield, 19, 48 note. 
Hamlin, Rev. Mr. diarist Turner's encomium 

on, 11, 189. 
Hamlin, Francis, fact commemorated by his 

initial on a beam in Millplace house, 20, 

Hamlyn, John, Buxted and Maresfield, 24, 
200, 208. 

Hamlyn, Thomas, Midhurst (1523) one of the 
three wealthiest inhabitants, 20, 14. 
Amount of his subsidy, 15. 

Hamlyns of Sunt and the Borrers, 11, 81. 

Hamman, Elizabeth, burial entry of the sus- 
picious death of, 17, 62. 

Hamme manor (1411) yearly value, 10, 137. 

" Hamme," the, 11, 102. 12, 40 note. 

Hamme, Gilbert and wife, license for mass 
granted to, 17, 249. 

Hammerhead of stone found near Palling- 
ham quay, Q, 118. Hammerhead from 
Roughcy, 18, 195. 

Hammerpond farm, 16, 250. 

Hammer pond, 16, 256. Mr. J. M. Kemble's 
derivation, 256 note. 

Hammerpost at Howboume, 2, 208. 

Hammer wood^ 16, 271. 

Hammes, Wm. de, precentor of Welb, 3, 48. 
A warning regarding him, 49. 

Hammes and Hammes Say, early possessors 
oif 9, 233. Hammes, or Hammse, yearly 
value, &c. (141 1) 10, 141. See Hamsey. 

Hammet, Baldvdn, incumbent of Easeboume, 
pension granted to, 9, 30. 

Hammond family, former possessors of Tan- 
ners, 13, 97. Their house, 98. Their 
vault in the church : singular entries in the 
parish register in reference thereto, 99. 

Hammond, or Hamond, John, sacristan and 



last abbot of Battel, his will, &c 6, 64. 

65. 10, 96. 17 22. 46. 
Hammond, John, incumbent, Ninfield, 17, 61. 
Hammond, John, smuggler and murderer, 

10, 86. HU end, 87. 

Hammond, Thomas, rector of Hurstpierpoint, 

(1440)11,75. 
Hammond, Thomas, mayor, Chichester, 19, 

147/ 
Hammond's place, 16, 251. 
Hamon, M. Hector, refugee minister, 13, I94« 

Descendants of the family, 206. 
Hamon, Thomas, mayor of, and M.P. for 

Rye, 13, 280, 281. Appearances at his 

decease, 13, 280 note. 14, 32. His local 

eminence, 14, 25. "Fell sicke," 31. His 

signature, 31 Tiole. Monumental brass, 

Norman ancestry, rhymed epitaph, Slc, 

22, 127. 128. 23, 177. 178. 
Hamon, or Hamond, William, of Westham, 

24, 252. 262. 
Hamon, Mr. auditor for Rye, 15, 188. 
Hamond, John, LL.D. M.P. for Rye, 14, 25. 
Hamond, John, inquisition juror, 20, 8. 
Hampden, John, the patriot, 5> 94* His 

portrait and Mr. Scharf's report upon it, 20, 

68-72. His son in law, see Trevor, Sir 

John. 
Hampden, Robert, fourth Lord Trevor, and 

first viscount, Mayiield conveyed to, 21, 14. 
Hampden, Thomas Trevor and John Trevor, 

second and third viscounts, portraits of, 20, 

68. 
Hampdens, pedigree of the, 22, 62, 63. 
Hamper, Edward, " convinced," 16, 72. 
Hamper, William, antiquary, on hoar stones, 

6, 37 note. On Hurstpierpoint old church, 

11, 76. 78. His visit to Sussex churches, 
16, 2 Tiote. His Sussex ancestry, 18, 163 
note. On hoar apple trees, 25, 142 note. 
See 13, 222. 18, 102. 

Hamper, William, token, 18, 163. 24, 129. 
Hampers of Tarring and Hurstpierpoint, 

notices of the, 19, 190. 
Hampnet house, DunstalPs view of, 5, 278. 
Hampnett, see Hamptonett. Little Hamptonet. 

West Hampnett. West Hamptonet. 
Hampshire, number of borough English 

manors in, 6, 175. "Good nuse and 

true nuse" from, 9, 52. Statutory price 

fixed on wool (1454) 10, 71. Provisions, 

levies, &c. for its coast defences of, 11, 148. 

149. 153. 157. 166. 169. Church bells, 16, 

I50* 1,55* 180. See 23, i. 
Hampshire, North, chalk hills of, compared 

with those of Sussex, 24, 159. Evidences of 

Celtic occupation, 161. 163. 
Hampton, lands in releas(^d to lord Arundel, 

12, 29 note. Bequest to the church, 95, 
Hampton town, 14, 19. 

Hampton Court, Edwd. VI. at, 10, 197. 198. 




HAMPTON. 



Ins] 



HARBOTEL. 



Hampton, Christopher, archbishop of Armagh, 
25, 96 note. 

Hampton, Thomas de, presentation, 17^ 106. 

Hampton, rev. William, funeral sermon on 
lord Nottingham by (1642) 11, 16. His 
ancestry &c. 16. 82. William Hampton, 
parson of Worth (1724) 12, 57. His arms 
25, 96. Pedigree, &c. 96 ftote, William 
Hampton rector of Streat (1735) 25, 134. 

Hamptonett (Littlehampton) question of 
boundary between Aldingboume and, 3, 48, 
49. Hamptonett or Hamptunet church 
given to Boxgrove Priory, 15» 8g. 91. Site 
of the church, 96. Income and outgoings, 
119. 5m Little Hampton. West Hamptonet. 

Hamptonett, Simon de, 11, 99. 

Hamsay, or Hamsey, benefice, yearly value 
(1650) 10, 23 note. Parson's arms quota, 
11, 225. Crown presentations, 12, 357. 
A non-conforming and subsequently con- 
forming incumbent, 260. Site of deserted 
church, 15, 162. Church bells, 16, 211. 
Additional account of the church by rev. Sir 
G. C. Shiffner, bart. 25, 227. 

Hamsey manor, custom of borough English 
in, 6, 182. Subsidy lists of hundred and 
parish, 9, 74. 75. Grant to Tipper and 
Dawe, 13, 48. Yearly value of lands, Ac 
(1649) 19, 207. Chief freeholder (1734) 
and his present representative, 23, 76. 
Common fine on the " burrough," 233. 

Hamsby, Parochial History of, by Robert 
Chapman, 17, 70-103. Its extent, bound- 
aries, soil, etymology, and aspect, 70, 71. 
Manorial History, Domesday references, 
71. Successive owners ; the DeSays, 72-75. 
The De Clyntons, 76-78. The Dudleys, 
78. The Lcwknors, 79-81. The Alfords, 
81, 82. Recent and present owners, 83. 
Families resident and holding land at 
divers dates, subsidy assessments, &c. 83-87. 
The Rivers family, 87-89. The Bridgers, 
89-91. The ShifFners, 91, 92. EcccUsi- 
astical History and Church Notes. First 
church, value of the living in early times, 
93. Church built by the De Says, 94, 95. 
" The Founder's Tomb," by and to whom 
raised? 95-97. Other monuments and 
monumental inscriptions, 97-99. A de- 
prived incumbent and his successor, 99. 
Ust of incumbents, 100. Inscriptions in 
the church yard, 1 01 -103. Addendum, 250. 

Hamshar, Elizabeth, drowned in a whey- 
kettle, 25, 130. 

Hamsokne, 9, 228. Its meaning, 229. 

Hamyldene manor (141 1) yearly value, 10, 

145- 
Hanaper, " hanaperium," 6, 139 note. Origin 

of the office, 12, 146. 

Hanbury, Henry de, judgeship conferred on, 

6,44- 



Hancockcf J. vicar South Bersted, 24, 1 76. 1 78. 

Hand Cross, in Slaugham, with illustrative 
cut, 10, 182. 

Hanefield village (14 11) yearly value of, 10, 
138. Crown presentation, 21, 48. 

Hanging in chains, a relic of, 23f 214. 

Hangleton (Hangilton) nonae return, 1, 62. 
Church statistics, 4, 266. Celt and spear 
head found on Hangleton down, 8, 269. 
Subsidy list, 9^ 79. Result of excavations, 
124. Yearly value of the benefice (1650) 
10, 23 note. The like of the manor (141 1) 
140. 141. Old manor house of the Ben- 
fields and Coverts, arms thereon, &c. 164- 
166. Hangleton rents part of Tortington 
priory possessions, 11, no. Incumbent's 
arms quota, 225. Roman road, 14, 177, 
178. Hangleton place, 16» 291. De- 
scription of the house, 293. Old distich, 
294. Yearly value of lands, &c. (1649) 
19» 207. Common fine on the " burrough," 
23, 232. See 16, 167 note. 

Hangman's wag^ in Hastings, 14, 73 note. 
** Hangman's post," Battel abbey, 17f 14. 

Haningiields of Haningfield ; arms borne by 
Sir William de Hanyngfield, 9, 88 note. 
See Hanning^eld. 

Hanington, acquisition by the Dalyngiuges 
of» 9, 283. 289. See Hannington. 

Hankham, Thomas, charter witnessed by, 
local origin of the name, &c. 22, 118 

Hanley, John, incumbent, Ditchling, 13, 259. 

Hanley, John, incumbent of Amberley and 
Houghton, 17| 234. 

Hannac, see Halnac. 

Hannah, rev. J. poems edited by, 18, 90. 

Hannam (or Hanman) Gilbert, coverlet 
maker, Midhurst, 15, 73. Grammar 
school founded by, 18» 94. 20, 26. 203. 

Hanning^elds, and Infields, at Gravetye, 10> 
166. The Haningfields of Essex,' their 
arms, &c. 167. See 24, 35. See also 
Haningfield. 

Hannington, C. S. Hurstpierpoint property 
bought by, 11, 67. 25» 164. 

Hanover coal field. Dr. Mantell on, 2, 1 70. 

Hanover hall, its former and present site, 
16, 285. 

Hanover, house of, its champion, 23, 74. 

Hanshaw, Ben. proctor, 25, 174. 

" Happy Entry," ship that carried Charles II. 
to France, 11, 42. 

Harang, William, his gift to the templars 
confirmed by his daughter, 9, 258., 

Harben, Mr. first of Lewes, and then of Sea- 
ford, influence exercised at Seaford by, 7, 
no. How he acquired his wealth, 125. 
On an election triumph, 10, 50. His pu- 
gilistic encounter at Seaford, 17, 160. 

Harbotel, Wm, yearly value of manors, lands, 
ftc held by, 10, 145. 



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HARDY-CNUT. 



Harbotells and Monbouchersi 14, i-i2. Pedi- 
gree, 113. 

Harburgh, Henry, presentation, 17, 107. 

Harcourt, col. and lady Catherine, 12, 17. 

Harcourt family, Saldiurst, regristry entries 
relative to the, 25, 159, 160. 

Harcourt, Rev. Lbvbson Vernon, Papers 
by: — 
On Celtic antiqaities near Chichester,!.* 

149-159. 
On mural paintings in Stedham church, 
4, i-i8. See 15, 170. 17, 204. 209. 
224, 225. 24, 150. 

Harcourt, lord, at Charlton, 15, 76. 79. His 
mishaps at a fox chase, 80. Poet Pope on 
a house of, 22, 171. 

Harcourt, Miles, found co-heir to Thomas 
Hoo, 8, 127, 

Harcourt, Philip de, bishop of Bayeux : lan- 
guage of his g^rant of a templar's preceptory, 
9, 246. His ancestry, church dignities held 
by him, &c. 247. Relic taken from and 
restored to Sarum treasury by him, 248. 
His burial place, ibid. Church granted to 
the templars by, 256. 

Harcourt, Richard, Sire de Renneville, tem- 
plars' preceptory founded by, 9, 247. 

Harcourt, Robert de, church and lands g^ven 
to the templars by, 9, 251. 261. 

Harcourt, Simon, Sussex roads commissioner, 
15, 146. 

Harcourt, Sir Simon, his plea for the sparing 
of a monastery founded by his '* power 
auncestors," 3, 207. See Harecourt. 

Hardam, William, burial direction of, 12, 97. 

Hardenberg, baron, 15, 79. 

Hardeway, Owen, incumbent, Steyning, 16, 
238. 

Hardham (Heringham) St. Richard's legacy 
to the recluse of, 1, 175. [See also, 12, 
I34-] Famous yew tree, 2, 125 inote. 
Earth-works, 3, 176. Palisades found, 177 
note, Roman road and camp, 11, 132 note. 
135-. 137. 144. Vessels, &c. found: aspect 
of the camp, 138. Tradition as to a second 
viay 139. The Tnantio 145. Sepulchral 
urn found, 15, 242. 

Hardhah, Romano-British Cemetery and 
Roman Camp at, by W. Boyd Dawkins, 
B.A. F.G.S, 16, 52-64. Introductory re- 
marks, 52. Discovery and excavation of 
the graves, 53-56. Remains found : Roman 
sandals, 56, 57. Pottery, 57-59. Metallic 
remains, 60. Organic remains, extinct 
British ox, 60, 61. Mode of sepulture, 6j, 
62. Site, dimensions, and probable date of 
the camp, 62. Reason for calling the re- 
mains Romano-British, 63. Flint imple- 
ments found, ibid. Roman dies in Hard- 
ham church, 64. Necessity for further ex- 
plorations here, ibid. 



Hardham (Heringham, Hcrryngham, Ery- 
tham) Priory, remains of, 1, 175 wote. 
Grimm's view, 3, 237. Subsidy levy 5, 
234. 236. Barrow in the grounds, 9, 116. 
Founders and early bendactors, 11, iii. 
112. A deer-stealing prior and his accom- 
plices, 112, 113. Gifts of Sir W. Pa^^ell 
(or Paynell) and Joceline of Louvain, 113. 
1 14. Reversion of the site to the founder's 
heir at law : present use made of it, 1 14. 
Description of the remains : John Goring's 
bequest, 115. Episcopal visitation and re- 
sults thereof, 115, 116. Dedication of the 
church, 12, 93. Roman tiles in the church 
walls, 15) 243. 16, 64. Church bells, 
16,211. Medieval remains, 257. See 9, 
66. 10, T03. 17, 119. 

Hardham Priory op Canons op St. Au- 
gustine, by Gordon M. Hills, 18, 54'59* 
Rectification of a former paper on same 
subject, 54. Position of the refectory and 
chapter-house, 55. Description of the latter, 
56. The like of the refectory, 57. The 
occupants, 58, 59. See 100. 

Harding, or Hardyng, the chronicler, his 
metricad version of the legend of St. Ursula, 
4, II. On the training of young nobles, 
20, 122. On the rise oi the Perdes against 
Henry IV, 126. 

Harding, Stephen, Cisterdan monasteries in- 
troduced into England by, 8, 142. 

Hardman, Richard, Ashdown forest, 14, 44. 

Hardmett, rev. Thomas, warden of Sack- 
ville college, 20, i6a , 

Hardrada, Danish freebooter, 4, 78. See 
Harold Hardrada. 

Hardres family, Sussex ^branch, and the 
Borers, 11, 81. 82. 

Hardresham, Sir John, brass of, 8, 19. 

HardreshuU arms quartered with the Cul- 
pepers', 10, 156. 

Hardwick, lord, Hastings freemen's rights 
tried before, 14, 72. 80. 

Hardwick, Mr. excavations at Hangleton by, 
9, 124. 

Hardy, Rev. Charles, plan, drawing and 
parish registers exhibited by, 8, 321. 

Hardy, John, " his fynding during his lyff " 
bequeathed to, 8, 121. 

Hardy, Robert, one of 16 brothers, curate of 
Westboume, 22, 113. Honoraiy privilege 
possessed by his family, ibid. 

Hardy, Mr. (now Sir Thomas Duffus) his 
error relative to the place of William the 
Conqueror's debarkation, 2, 54. On K. 
John's movements, 133. On an eariy 
chart of the British channel in the Vene- 
tian archives, 20, 224. See 22, 179 note. 

Hardy-Cnut, retributive burning of Worcester 
byi 4, 83. Decorated ship g^ven by God- 
win to him, 103. See Harthacnut. 



HARDYNG. 



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HAROLD. 



Hardyng, Thomas, piotestant turned Roman- 
ist, 19, 51 note. 

Hare, Mr. and the bishop of Chichester, 18, 88. 

Hare, Francis, bishop of Chichester, scholarly 
eminence and literary and political career 
of, 4, 162-164. How he educated his son ; 
peculiar features in his second marriage, 
165. Clergyman expelled from his diocese 
by, 17, 61 7iote, See 12, 21. 62. 

Hare, Julius Charles, archdeacon of Lewes, 
collections relative to Herstmonceux made 
by, 4, 127. 167. On the prefix Hers^, 128. 
On the tragical end of lord Dacre, 157. 19, 
174. On nature's adornments of the castle 
ruins, 4, 1 74. His additions to the church, 
189. 

Hare, Robert, descent of Herstmonceux to, 
4, 165. Demolition of its interior under 
him, 165, 166. 

Hare, Robert, incumbent, Ninfield, 17, 61. 

Harebeating in Hailsham, 6, 145. See Her- 
beting. 

Harecourt, William de, benefactor to the 
templars, 9, 256. His gift for ^ light in 
Sumpting church on Sunday nights, 257. 
Deed of gift witnessed by him, 258. 

Haremare, Etchingham, ancient seat of the 
Temples, 16, 292. 

Hare-Naylor, Francis, Herstmonceux sold by, 
4,166. 

Hare-Naylor, Mrs. drawings made by, 4, 
127. 167. 

Harengaud, or Heringaud, Sir William, Pos- 
singworth acquired by, 8, 152. Family 
connection, seats, &c, 152 note. See 
Haringot. Heringaud. 

Harenge, Wm. de, land demised by, 11, 101. 
Gift deeds witnessed by Reginald and 
Ralph, loi. 117. 

"Haresfoot" stream, 16, 258. 

Harewe, John de, presentation, 17, 105. 

Harewdl, Johnde, rector of Buxted, 9, 219. 

Harewood, Herefordshire, touch-certificate in 
register of, 25, 204. 

Harfleur, captured by the Normans, signal 
revenge taken by the English, 8, 112, 113. 
Valour of a Culpeper at, 10, 152. Sickness 
of Henry V.'s troops at, 15, 125. 127. 
Englishman captured and carried thither, 
213. Sussex wheat sent to, 17, 1 18. See 
12, 25. See Agincourt. 

Hargood, Capt. S^ord, old house belonging 
to, 7, 126. 

Hargraves, James, rector, Waldron, 13, 86. 

Hargson, T. knighthood composition, 16, 48. 

Haringot, or Harengod, Nicolas, husband of 
Sybilla de Icklesham, 13, 84. See Haren- 
gaud. Heringaud. 

Harison, Harry, Seaford, old house possessed 
by, 7, 126. 

Harison, Capt. Thomas, estate acquired on 



marriage by, 7, 121. 128. Bailiff of Sea- 
ford, 129. 

Harison, William, of Folkington, sepulchral 
urns possessed by, 7, 73. The "Old 
Haven," Seaford, let to him, 107. " Endle- 
week'' rents charged on his executors, 24, 
220. 

Harison, Major W. T. of Sutton, Roman 
cemetery discovered on the estate of, 7, 73. 
Estate inherited by him, 121. Manorial 
rights on the sea-shore exercised by him, 
ibid note. Property of his originally part 
of Seaford harbour, 20, i8o« 

Harland, John, 25, 177. 

Harleian, MSS, charter and papers relative to 
Battle abbey among the, 6, 2. 9, xo. 
Notices of Sussex families, &c, in the: 
the Vinalls, 9, 75 note. Tomb of a 
Newton, 322 note. Stopham arms, 365. 
Account of apparitions hx>m the, 14, 26. 

Harlestone, J. de, dean of Hastings, 13, 154. 

Harletone, or Harlestone (not Helstone), 
Cambridgeshire, Dr. E. D. Clarke's living 
at his death, 12, 22. 

Harley, E. an esquire at Agincourt, 15, 129. 

Harley, Richard, Ashdown forest, 14, 44. 

Harley, Robert, afterwards earl of Oxford and 
lord treasurer, 25, 72. Letters between 
him and Mr. Sergison, 73. 78. 

Harling (or Harlyng) Thomas, characteristic 
brass of, 18, 101. His direction relative 
to his burial, 23, 175. 

Harman, George, his g^ to Lewes castle 
museum, 18, 68. 

Harman, John, of Lewes, 13, 30. 

Harman, Reyner, "a Sussex incumbent,*' 
scholarlycharacterof, 9, 131. Richard Har- 
man, churchwarden, Salehurst, 25, 158. 

Harmer, Jonathan, discovery of coal in Sussex 
by, 2, 211, 212 notes. 

Harmer, Thomas, prior of Hasting^s, 13, 178. 

Harmes, Michael, bell donor, 16, 189. 

Harness, Dr. Richard, mountebank, 25) 182. 

Harold, king, materials of the camp of, 2, 
55. His cruelty to Ethelred's son, 4, 85. 
His fighting priest, 87. His farm, 88. 
Story of his self-coronation, defeat, and 
death, 89, 90. His grave, 92. His un- 
toward dismissal of his fleet, 104. Manor 
possessed by: same devastated by the in- 
Tading Normans, 7, 49. Warning sent to 
W. Conq. relative to him, 8, 144. His 
Sussex possessions, residence at Bosbam, 
&c, 190. Places identified with him, 
abbey and altar raised on his death spot, 
property held by him, &c, 15, 156. 16, 
263. 17, 2. 13. 28. 18, 3 note. 5. 8. 9. 
20, 214. Arms ascribed to him, 25, 85. 
His oath-taking in the Bayeux tapestry, 
145 note. See 4, 40. 82. 84. 86. 6, a. 
Hastings, battle of. 



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Harold, Fact and Legend concerning, by 
Rev. F. H. Arnold, LLB., 19, 71-82. His 
connexion with Sussex, and treatment by 
Norman writers, 71, 72. His wise course, 
and position in his subjects' esteem during 
his short reign, 72, 73. His parentage: 
fate of his five brothers, 73. 74. His stature 
and aspect, 74, His visit to Normandy, 
its cause, and presumed object, 74, 75. In- 
cident testifying to his presence of mind and 
courage, 76. His oath and alleged perjury, 
76, 77. Summary of the tvents of his 
reign, 78. Attacked with gout: super- 
naturally cured, 78, 79. Calumny on the 
finder of his body, 79, 80. His temporary 
and subsequent burial places, 81, 82. 
Popular disbelief in his death at the battle, 
82 note, 

Harold I. and 11. coins of, 9, 369, 370. 14, 
66. 19, 189. 20, 220. 

flarold Hardrsida, his exclamation on first 
seeing king Harold, 19, 74. Slain at 
Stamford bridge, 78. See 79. Hardrada. 

Harold Harfarger, and Harold "Bluetooth," 
4,88. 

Harold, son of Gorm, barrow made by, 4, 78. 

Harpelee, Laurence, parson of Emle, foul deed 
committed by, 21, 53. 

Harper, Robert, Sir D. Owen's legacy to, 7$ 

43. 
Harper, Thomas, rent charged on lands of, 

23, 290. 292. 

Harrington arms quartered with the Cul- 
pepers*, 10, 156. 

Harrington, Sir James, 5, 64. 

Harrington, John lord, right to coin tokens 
granted to, 11, 173. 

Harris, Dr. Kentish topographer, on Castle 
Toll and Anderida, 6, 95, 96. 99. Honor- 
able mention of one of the Lindregges by, 
9, 154- On the Leuga, 17, 7. On the 
site of Battel town, 26. 

Harris, Hugh, rector, Waldron, 13, 86. 

Harris, Jacob, Jew murderer, 13, 247. 18, 160. 

Harris, John, presentation, 17, 105. 

Harris, John, bailiff, Chichester, 19, 147. 

Harris, Mr. Bosham traditions preserved by, 
18, 2. 5, 6. 

Harris, prize fighter, 25, 191. 

Harris, William, bell donor, 16, 190. 

Harrison, Alexander, parson of Ford, burial 
direction and church bequest of, 12, 91. 

Harrison, chronicler (i6th cent.) on the word 
garnish, 9, 11 note. On the mansions of 
the Tudor period, 11, 2. On extravagances 
in costume, 12, 51 note, 

•Harrison, Jane, payment for carrying her 
home, 20, 104. 

Harrison, John, minister at Rye, 13, 59. 

Harrison, Mr. commonwealth minister at 
Ninfield, 17, 60. 



Harrison, R. armada contribution, 1, 35. 

Harrison, Thomas, constable, and the Lewes 
quakers, 16, 96. 

Harrison, William, manorial charge on lands 
of, 14, 263. 

Harrison, William, quaker, " taken waiting 
on the Lord,*' 16, 79, 80. His long im- 
prisonment, 81. 

Harrison, or Harison, of Sutton, pedigree of, 
7, 133. See Harison. 

Harris's well, murder at, 10, 87. 

Harrod, Joseph, smuggler, shot, 10, 93. 

Harry, Mount, 15, 148. Battle of Lewes, 162. 

Harrys (or Harris) Sir John, incumbency held 
by, 13, no. 

Harrys, of London, haberdasher, 14, 114. 

Harryson, R. incuftibent, Amberley, 17. 234. 

Harryson, Thomas, arms quota of, 11, 226. 

Harsham, grant to Tipper and Dawe in, 13, 
46. 

Harsnett, archbp. (previously bishop of Chi- 
chester) chief object of in founding Chig- 
well school, 9, 183. His order for the 
East Sussex clerg^y's contribution of '* ar- 
mors and furniture," 11, 225-227. Swan 
mark fee paid by, 17, 216. See 19, 108. 

Hart, Ann, baptismal entry, 25, 156. 

Hart, Bartholomew, Henry Marshall's legacy 
to, 13, 52. 

Hart, David, land claimed by, 23, 275. 

Hart family, Uckfield, ancestress of the, 23, 
12. 

Hart, John, tokens of, 17, 257. 24, 129. 

Hart, Mr. sacramentally qualified, 25, 167. 
Agrees to remain at Hurst school, 184. 
" Taken with something like an ague," 197. 
See 167. 169-172. 174. 176. 177. 179-181. 
185. 189. 193. 194. 

Hart, Sir PardvaU, sewer to the king, 7, 
195 note. 

Halt, Percival, of LuUingstone, 13, 103. 

Hart, Percival, Sussex roads commr. 15, 146. 

Hart, Thomas, documents lent by, 5, 245. 
Stone and bronze objects and ivory hat of 
Q. Elizabeth exhibited by, 8, 288. 308. 

Hart, Thomas, induction ceremony performed 
by, 22, 93. 

Hart, Thomas, butcher, 25, 186. 

Hartfield (Hertefeld, Hertefeud) forges, 3, 
243. Inquest concerning Sussex rebels, 6, 
218. Hunting seat formerly at, 8, 32. 
Inn sign, 10, 187. Iron works, 11, 9. 
Parson's arms quota, 227. John, perpetual 
vicar, 12, 25. Lands, advowson, &c. 25 
note. Remembrance of its poor, 14, 216. 
Customary charge on the manor, 263. 
Church bells, 16, 177. 194. 211. Eminent 
man bom there, 271. Early and crown 
presentations, 17, 106. 21, 61. Yearly 
value of lands, &c. (1649) ^9» ^^S- ^^^ 



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charge on lands purchased by " Dog " 
Smith's trustees, 22, 42. Chief freeholder 
(1734) and his present representative, 23* 
77. Matrices of brasses in the church, 
162. Survey of lands in the parish, 248. 
249. 251. Allotments in Ashdown forest 
to the parish, and list of claimants, 24, 
201, 202. "Scot*' due from the manor,. 
220. The manor now unknown, 221. 
Guild writ (1388) 292. Hartfield harriers : 
a disused custom, 25, 216. See 9, 125. 

14, 35. 41. 49. 55. 56. 62. 138. 140. 157. 
217. 224. 25, 145 note. 213. 

Hartfield-Pashley manor, borough English 

in, 6, 182. 
Hartford, earl of, 25, 86. 
Harthacnut, coins of, 1, 39. 40. 
Harting, nonae return, 1, 64. Edward I. at, 

2, 154. Lands g^ven to Boxg^ove priory, 

15, 93. Valuation, 119. Crown presen- 
tations to, 21, 62. Reginald Pole (after- 
wards cardinal) incumbent, 77. One of the 
parishes benefited by " Dog " Smith's 
charity, 22, 43. Guild writ (1358) 24, 
292. See 167, 169 notes, Herting. South 
Harting. West Harting. 

Hartington, marquis of, privilege conceded 

by, 18, 165. See Devonshire, William, 

duke of. 
Hartlee, Margaret, burial direction, church and 

family bequests of, &c. 12, 87, 88. Her 

last male descendant, 88 note. 
Hartnup, William, trade token, 24, 1 29. 
Hartridge, Frances, married to Samuel Jeake: 

her ante-nuptial requisitions. 13, 61. ibid. 

Register of die marriage : residence of her 

family, 61 notes. Letter before marriage 

with a significant postscript ; cause of her 

eariy death, 62. 
Hartshorne, Elizabeth, married to Samuel 

Jeake, junr. 13, 65 note. 
Hartshorne, Richard, his letter to his wife 

while courting her, 13, 65 note. 
Hartwell, derivation of, 9, 126. 14, 49. 
Harvard college, Massachusetts, first treasurer 

of, 14, 107. 
Harvest custom, old, in Sussex, aid. 

James Rock, jun. on, 14, 186-188. 
Harvey, Awdrie, and Thomas Harvey, her 

father, 14, 221. 242. 
Harvey, Dr. Gideon, his quackery and" his 

longevity, 1, 122 note. 
Harvey, Mr. curate, Burwash, 9, 191. 
Harvey, Mr. of Slinfold, 25, 177. 
Harvey, Mrs. of Cowden, shields of arms 

painted by, 20, 156. 
Harvey, Rev. Thomas, Cowden, information 

communicated by, 6, 135 note. Ancient 

book of parish accounts in the custody of, 

20, 91. Means taken by him to preserve 

it, 92. 



Harvey, William, Clarendeuz king-at-arms, 
14, 221. 

Harvey, William, F.S.A. Lewes, andirons 
possessed by, 2, 198. On the Sussex fur* 
naces, 1 98 note. On bronze celts found at 
Waldron, 9, 366. Old inn and crypt be- 
longing to, 10, 183. Traders' tokens lent 
by, 11, 178. Gold coins, 14, 137. Vase 
in his collection, 16, 59* Picturesque houses 
at Glynde possessed, and view of same pre- 
sented, by, 20,74. See 7, y 4 note. 231. 
18, 73. 24, 123 Tiote. 

Harvey, Sir William, of Ickworth, 19, 115. 
See Hervey, 

Harward, J. N. vicar, East Grinstead, 20, 147. 

Harwich, embarkation of Geo. L at, 11, 181 
note. Collection at Westboume for, 22, 92. 

Harwood, Mr. sub-tenant of Amberley, courtesy 
of, 17, 225. 

Harwood, Mr. on a Sussex iron chimney back, 
23, 119. 121. 

Haryng^on, John, ** orders for household ser- 
vants" (1566-91) 7, 174. 

Haselden manor, Burwash, 21, 121. 

Hasellmore, Surrey, furnace at, 3, 243. 

Haselrig, Sir Arthur, the scourge of Chi- 
chester, 5, 44> His antics at the spoliation 
of the cathedral, 51. Seizes Portsmouth, 
97. "Very jocund and high," 98. One 
of the restorers of the ** Rump," 104. 

Hasfold manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 132. 

Hasilholt, yearly value of lands in (141 1) 
10, 140. 

Hasledine, Rev. W. curate of Withington, 
Gloucestershire, 22, 163. Inference from 
the tone of his correspondence, 164. His 
letters to Mrs. Lintott, 170-177, Further 
biographic particulars, 23, 201, 202. 

Hasler, John, purchaser or lessee of South 
Berstead great tythes, 24, 168. Shripney 
manor sold to, 25, 115. 

Hasleup, Mr. 25, 167. 

Hassell, the conjuror, 9, 188. 
hassock, John, prior of Hastings, pension 
allowed to, 13, 178. 

Hastang family, progenitor of the, 10, 64. 

Hasted, Kentish historian, additional names 
of Begeham abbots from, 9, 179. Crusaders' 
roll quoted by, 278. 

Hastie, A. tradition relative to a field pos- 
sessed by, 20, 151. C. N. Hastie, assistant 
warden Sackville college, 166. 

Hasting, Mathew de, maltreatment of the 
groom of, 6, 116. His lands and tene- 
ments seized, 216. 

Hasting, Milo de, inquest report concerning, 
6, 216. 

Hastingaceaster — Hastingford, etymological 
suggestions relative to, 15, 156. 161. 

Hastinges, Dominus Mattheus de, knight, 
' 19, 26. 



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HastingeSy R. de, deed witnessed by, 10, 120. 
Hastinfgord, diarist Turner spilt at, 11, 191, 
Hastings, chibp of the cinqub ports, its 
port-members, &c, 1, 15. 19, a. 3. 11. 
16-18. 27. 31-34. Port seal and mayor's 
seal, 1, 16-18. Nature of the defences raised 
by W. Conq. at, 2, 54, 55. Proof of its im- 
portance in Saxon times, 56. Effect of the 
battle on the surrounding country, 57. The 
port early famed for its ship-building, 4, 
106. An obsequious letter from its barons, 
III. Ships, &c. supplied to the king, 115. 
XI 6. 122. Col. Morley's predatory visit, 5, 
78. One of the suggested sites of Ande- 
rida, 6, 92 note. Only Danish settlement 
in Sussex, 7, i. Grantees of the " Honour," 
49, 50. Head of the cinque ports, 70. Its 
force of fencibles (1496) 85. Decay of 
the harbour, &c, 86. Contrast between 
it and Seaford now and of old time, 
87,88. Its quota in 1771 to the Guest- 
ling expenses, 108. Charter assigning 
Seaford to it as a cinque port mem- 
ber, 138.143. Particulars relative to ships, 
tonnage, roasters and men (1586-96) 8, 
209, 210. Levy made for the service of 
queen Elizabeth, 211. Enormities of its 
pirates, their arrest, execution, &c. 10, 89, 
90. Provision for defence of, 11, 152. 170. 
Condition in 1728 and now, 181. 182. 
Ravages of the storm of 1703, 12, 56 note. 
Record of its bailiff sent to Yarmouth in 
1588. 12, 166-192. Early and crown 
presentations to the parishes, free chapel, 
prebends, &c, of, 12, 257. 17i 105, 106. 
21, 54-61. Site of its ancient port and 
priory, 15, 155. Water-poet Taylor's 
characterization of its port, ibid. Possible 
derivation of its name, 156. Transac- 
tions relative to the cinque ports barons, 
178. 180. 182, 183. 185-189. 191, 192. 
197. 201, 202. 207. 209. Demurs to 
Pevensey's contribution towards expenses, 
190. Its admitted precedence over the 
other ports at coronations, 210. Result 
of a quakers' meeting, 16* 84. Church 
bells : Christchurch, 16, 23 1. Fisherman's 
church ; St. Clement's, Halton ; St. Mary 
in the castle ; St. Mary Magdalen ; St. 
Matthew's, Tivoli ; 232. [See Hastings, 
All Saints. Hastings, St. Clement's.] Bai- 
lifPs seal, temp. Edw. III. 17, 65. Local 
acts, topographic and other works relating 
to town and port, 174-177. Cinque ports* 
summons, 258. Municipal hospitality to 
Taylor the water-poet, 18, 38. Distraints 
for unpaid town dues, 19, 35. Will of an 
ancient townswoman, 196. Epitome of 
gaol delivery, &c. (1609) 198-200. Grant 
to St. Mary's church by the earl of Eu, 21, 
122. Endowments bestowed on the college 



or free chapd by its founder, 135. Onkr 
on the constable coDoeming Manassefa of 
Winchelsea, 23, 23. Number off free- 
holders at the county election (1734) 75. 
See 12, 160 note. 161. 19, 8. 189L 24 
102. See also Cinque ports. 

Hasting^, All Saints : churdigoing- stadstics* 
4, 266. Rough treatment of a corafte, 5, 
78, 79. Pai^n's arms quota, 11, 226. 
Crown and early presentations, 12, 357. 
17, 106. 21, 54. Bells, 16, 160. 161. 
181. 184. 194. 211. 

Hastings, Antiquities found, &c.: result of 
excavations on East hill and adjacent spots, 
9, 366, 367. Medieval pottery, 12, 368. 
Andent interments, 13, 308. Stone anow- 
head, 309. Sepulchral stone from the 
priory, 16, 296. Worked flints, 19, 53-57. 
Ancient signet, 195. Miscellaiieoas anti- 
quities, 22, 194-196. See 18, 190. 

Hastings, battle of, its devastating results, 
&c. 4, 89-91. Saxon reference to its site, 
25, 142 Tio^e. See 11, 28. 181. 193. 17, 
I. 19, 71. 78. 82 note. 

Hastings, Battlb of, by M. A. Lower. M.A. 
F.S.A« 6, 1 5-40. Character of the popular 
accounts, 15. Intrench ments of the two 
armies; Harold's fortifications, 16. Com- 
position of his forces, 17. Conduct of the 
armies on the eve of the fight contrasted, 
17, 18. William's line of march, equip- 
ment of his soldiery, &c. 18-20. Hb per- 
sonal appearance, 21. Inspiriting example 
of his espiscopal half-brother, 21. 38, 29^ 
His other comrades and captains, 31, 22. 
Harold's position, equipment of his men, 
&c. 22-24. Taillefer, the sol4kr-bard, his 
request, song, prowess, and end, 24-26. 
War-cries of the two sides, 25. Com- 
mencement of the fight : Malfosse, its site 
and its horrors, 26-28. 40. A false report, 
28. Braveiy of both leaders, 29. Harold^s 
first wound and subsequent death-blow, 
30-32. End of the fight, 33. William's 
immediate resolve, 34. Act of inbumanity 
charged on him, 35. Finding andbarial oi 
Harold, 35, 36. Actual site of the battle, 
37, 38. Then and Now, 39. Additional 
notes, 40. 

Hastings castlb, 1, 8. Grimm's views, 3, 
234. Chief English residence of the earis 
of Eu, 9, 275. 343. Its present state, 13, 
132. Its descent to its present possessor, 
140. Custodians appointed by king John, 
23, 29. The castlery, 4, 129. Set 13, 
132. 18, 141, 142. 

Hastings College and Priory, and Priort 
of Warbleton, by Rev. Edward Tur- 
ner, M.A. V.P. 13, 132-179. Foundation of 
" the college or free chapel of St. Mary in 
Castro," ibid. Constitution of the colkge 



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as establbhed by the earl of Ea, 133. Its 
first dean, ibid. Extent of the earl of Eu's 
claims to be regarded as its founder, 133, 
134. Confirmatory charter of the earl's 
grandson, Henry, earl of Eu, 134. The 
PrebentU : I. Wertling, or Guyamerdons 
and its endowments, 134, 135. II. Pre- 
bend of William Fitzallak, its benefac- 
tors and endowments, 135. Probable cause 
of its dissolution, ibid. III. IV. V. Pre- 
bends of Hugh de Flocer, of Hubert de 
Maybent, and of Eustace, their benefactors 
and endowments, 136, 137. VI. Prebend 
of Aucher and its endowments, 136, 137. 
VII. VIII. IX. X. Prebends of Theobald, of 
Geofbry de Blanche, of Ralph Tayard, and 
of Roger Danyell, and their endowments, 
137. Sources of emolument to the canons 
in common, 138. Funds for the church 
ornamentation, ibid. Confirmatory evi- 
dence of contents of original foundation 
charter, 133, 139. Gifts of John, duke of 
Brittany, to the treasury of the church, 139. 
Value of the deanery and prebends at their 
dissolution, ibid. Escheat of the college to 
the crown, 140. Bestowal of its revenues 
at its dissolution, and value of the same, 
141. Sources of the dean's income, ibid. 
Questions of the site of the seven churches 
of Hastings, 142, 143. Value of the en- 
dowment of the prebends in pope Nicholas' 
taxation, and at the time of the dissolution 
respectively, 143. Peasmarshand Holling- 
ton prebends, their holders and value, ibid. 
The like of the prebends of Hoo, Ninfield, 
and Wartling, 144. Prebend of Brightling, 
144, 145. Connection of William of Wyke- 
ham with the college, 145. Prebends of 
West Thurrock, Tamworth, Marlpas, and 
Bulverhithe, ibid. Particulars relating to 
Bulverhithe, 146. Inconveniences caused 
(temp. H. IV.) by non-residence of preben- 
daries and regulations concerning same, 
146, 147. Frequent disputes between the 
king and the archbishop and the bishops of 
the diocese as to jurisdiction and submis- 
sion, 147. 150. Arrang^ement by which 
they were put an end to, 151. Ancient 
churches in Hasting^s never in the patron- 
age of the college, ibid. Particulars of 
grant from Henry VIII. to Sir Anthony 
Brown, 151, 152. Remains of church of 
St. Mary in the Castle, 153, 153. List of 
the deans of the college, 154. Priory of 
the Holy Trinity (•' the New Priory ") and 
founder of the same, 145. 155. Cause of 
its removal to Warbleton; beneficence of 
Sir John Pelham on the occasion, 155, 156. 
[See Pelham, Sir John.] Grant of its pos- 
sessions by Henry VIII, 157. Present 
owners of the priory property, 158. Mis- 



take of Tanner in his " Notitia," relative 
to the site of the priory, 158. 160. Remains 
of the priory, 160. 162. Legend of the 
skulls, 162, 163. Present aspect of the 
priory lands, 164. Hospital of St. Mary 
Magdalen and its founder, 164, 16^. Entire 
disappearance of the priory buildings : Last 
glimpse, 165. Effects of inundations, 166. 
Notices and abstracts of charters and deeds 
relating to the priory, 167. 175. Survey 
and valuation of the priory lands, 176. 
Visitations of the bishops, and matters 
then reported on, 176. 178. List of priors, 
with the endowments of the prior, 178. 
Seal of the priory, 178, 179. See 0, 9. 66. 
25, 214. 
Hastings deanery, subsidy levy on, 5, 242. 

243- 
Hastings Documents, j4U Saints Parish^ by 

Thomas Ross, 23, 85-1 18. Extracts rela- 
tive to the introduction and operation of the 
poor law of Q. Eliz. 85-89. Amount levied 
and raised by the first rate made (1598) 
89. Amount now required weekly (1871) 
and number relieved, 90. The mayor of 
Fordwich in trouble, 9 1 . Magdalen charity 
lands, ibid. Recasting the church bells, 
contract for same, particulars of work done, 
92, 93. Further about another re-casting, 

97, 98. Collections on briefs, 94. 96. 97. 

98. 99. Contributions raised for ** redemp- 
tion of the poore English Christian slaves 
in Turkey," 95, 96. Suit, rector versus 
churchwarden, for impounding the rector's 
gelding, 98. Children ** irregularly brought" 
to the parish, " nothing but wrangling and 
passion about this affair," 99 Rent rolls 
of parish land and houses, payments by 
churchwardens, &c. at various dates (1572- 
1695) 100-118. See Hastings, All Saints. 
Hastings parish registers. 

Hastings mint, 9, 369. King's coins struck 
at, 370. 

Hastings and its Municipal Rights, notices 
of by W. D. Cooper, F.S.A. and Thomas 
Ross, 14, 65-118. Absurd legendary 
origin of the town's name, 66. Traces of 
the Norman period, ibid. Fecamp abbey 
possessions part of the manor of Brede, 67. 
Tenants of the manor (1847) ^1 ^9* Re- 
mains of the hospital of St. Mary, 69. Sea 
inundations, 70, Royal yacht of Henry I, 
ibid. Early contributions of ships and 
mariners, 70, 71. Loss of the town cus- 
tumal, 72. Copy of same from Bye records, 
72-80. rntus Otes, and his claim as a 
freeman to the town privileges, 80. Early 
burnings of the town by the French, ibid. 
Commencement of the corporation records: 
subsidy commissioners (1514) 81. Bene- 
volence return (1544) 82. Proceedings 



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relative to repairs of pier and harbour, and 
untoward results thereof, 82-85. 87, 88, 89. 
Final attempt ; Cranhalls, Dutch engineer, 
called in, 90-94. The last of the pier, 96. 
List of vessels and able men in the armada 
time, 86, 87. Boats engaged in the Yar- 
mouth fishery (164 1) 95. Particulars rela- 
tive to chantries and stipendiaries (temp. 
Eliz.) 96-98. Lands granted to the cor- 
poration by the queen's charter, 98-100. 
Eminent townsmen named therein, 100- 
102. The lord warden and the elections, 
10 1 note. List of men fit for military ser- 
vice (temp, Jas. L) 102-105. Freemen 
licensed to beg, 105, 106. Prohibition of 
thatched roofs, 106. Oldest house in the 
town, and its Pelham occupants, 107. Sal- 
mon's house, 108. Sir Cloudesley Shovel's 
mother's house ; reminiscences of him, 109, 
110. Old house known as Mrs. Boadle's, 
no. Limits of the hue and cry, ibid. 
Manors of Gensing and Yielding, in. 
Manor of Filsham and its successive 
owners, 112. Pedigrees : Monboucher and 
Harbottle, T13. Randolph, 114. Weekes, 
115* Bulverhithe, its ruined church and 
ancient haven, 117, 118. 

Hastings in 1746, with map of the date, 12, 
196-198. The four town gates, gallows, 
whipping post, stocks, &c. 196. Number 
of traders, minutes of sales in open market, 
curious risk attached to refusal of bailiff- 
ship, 197. Changes in local landmarks, 
&c. 198. 

Hastings, Old Sussex Harvest Custom 
and Peculiarities of Speech in use at, 
by Aid. Jas. Rock, jun. 14, 186-190. 

Hastings Parish Registers, on the, bv 
W. A. Greenhill, M.D. Oxon, 14, 191-200. 
Decline of the town after French burnings : 
commencement and condition of the Regis- 
ters of St. Clements and All Saints, 191, 
192. Population statistics at various 
periods, and methods of calculation adopted, 
192-194. Increase in decennial periods 
(1801-61) proportion of males to females, 
&c. 195. Effect of epidemics, municipal 
precautions relative thereto, 195-200. Notes 
on burials, decrease in rate of mortality, 
201, 202, 203 note. Noteworthy extracts 
from the registers, 202-204. Average 
number of baptisms, burials, and mar- 
riages (157 1 -1803) 204, 205. Deductions 
from these averages, 206. See Hastings, 
All Saints, Hastings. St. Clements. 

Hastings Rape, Castle, and Town, by 
William Durrant Cooper, F.S.A, 2, 161- 
i68. Successive owners from Henry 
rv. to Edward IV. 161-165. ImporUnt 
error of Dugdale, 164. Date of the castle's 
falling into decay, 165, 166. Tenements 



in the town holders of Brede manor, 166, 
167. Later lords and present lord of the 
manor, 167, 168. Amount of subsidy 
collected for the rape in 1 296, 289. 

Hastings Rape, Liberties and Franchises 
within, by William Durrant Cooper, F.S.A, 
6, 57-70. Hundreds within the rape, their 
lords, privileges, &c. 57. Valuation in 
1649 and 1815 of the entire rape, 58. 
Parishes in the jurisdiction of HastingS| 
58, 59. Exempt jurisdictions : Battle, 59- 
65. Bexhill, 65, 66. Gostrow, 66-69. 
MS. charters, 69, 70. 

Hastings Rape, rival claimants for the steward- 
ship of, 9, 343. Chief feudal tenants, 
temp, Domesday, 10, 63. Number of 
armed men contributed (1340) by religious 
houses, 13, 175. Proceedings and returns 
relative to condition of the poor, 16, 21. 
26-29. 39. 42. Knighthood compositions, 
46. Publications relating to the rape, 18, 
109. Question as to what was compre- 
hended in the orig^inal grants of the rape, 
21,117,118. /S^e 14, 210, 211. 

Hastings, St. Clements : Parson's arms quota, 
11, 226. Crown presentations, 12, 257. 
21, 55. Bells, 16, 164. 183, 184. 195. 
211. 231. Collection at Maresfield for re- 
pairs, 21, 211. Monumental brasses, .23, 
162, 163. 

Hastings tokens : eighteenth century, 10, 208. 
No seventeenth century tokens known, 24, 

I23» 

Hastings, the Danish viking, 4, 76. 78. 
Hastings, earldom of conferred on Sir Thomas 

Hoo, 8, 1 16. See Hoc. 
Hastings, considerations on the honour and 

barony of, 21, 123. 
Hastings, Amfridus de, families descended 

from, 10, 64. 
Hastings, Edward, lord, his long litigation 

with lord Grey de Ruthin: conditional 

curse bequeathed by him to his descendants, 

24, 21. 
Hastings Tamily, benefactors to Hastings 

priory and Battle abbey, 13, 168. 
Hastings, lady Flora, at Mayfield with the 

queen when Princess Victoria, 21, 23. 
Hastings, Matthew de, sheriff of Sussex, 

assault on, 13, 244. Grant of free warren 

to, 17, 58. 
Hastings, Repentance, deputy portrcve. Sea- 
ford, 17, 148. Sharing in a wreck, 149. 
Hastings, Richard, Philip, John, and lord 

Matthew de, deeds witnessed by, 9, 236. 

246. 278. 
Hastings, Robert, son of William de, office 

claimed by, 9, 343. /See 17, 257. 
Hastings, Sir Thomas Hoo, lord, grant of 

Hastings rape, &c to, 2, 162. Disputes 

between his family and the Pelhams, 163, 



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,164. Earl William's fate, forfdture of his 
estates and restoration of same to his son, 
165. See Huntingdon. 
Hastings, Vincent de, commander of one of 

king John's galleys, 23, 20. 
Hastings, William lord, rights released to Sir 
J. Pelham by, 21, 127. William de Hast- 
ings, 25, 88. See Hoo. 
Hasyl woods, bell founders, 16, 145 note, 196. 
Hatch, John, trade token, 24, 1 26. 
Hatch, Joseph, Thomas, and William, bell 
' founders, 16, 169, 170. 196. 
Hatcher, Mr. on the site of Cerdic*s landing, 

12, 264. 
Hatches, peculiar gates in deer parks, 23 » 

25 1 TU^e. 
Hatchments, or escutcheons in churches, 4, 

283. 
Hateley Field, battle of, 20, 128. 
HatBeld, seizin of given by a knife, 7, 2 14. 
Hathom, John, carvings ascribed to, 13, 25. 
Hatley, John, vicar of Wadhurst, 4, 269. 
His protest against the misapplication of a 
charity, 271. Licensed to eat flesh, 274. 
Hats, importation of forbidden : ^felt hats 
when first made in England, 1, 94, 95 notes, 
Carolina Jhats, 2, 125 note. Fantastic 
fashions, temp, Q.. Eliz. 3, 1 26 note. Ivory 
hat worn by her, 8, 308. 
Hatsell, Sir Richard, Sir Richard Shirley's 

widow married to, 19, 161. 
Hatton, Sir Christopher, on intended visits by 

Q. Eliz. 5, 194 note. See 18, 13. 
Haufer, Henry, 25, 119. 
Haukerst, John, proof of age by, 12, 36. 
Haunted houses, 13* 219, 220. 
Hautbois manor, 11, 51. Local corruption 

of the name, 51 note. 
Haute, William, note on the marriage settle- 
ment of, 14, 182. See Hawte. 
Havell's daughter and heir, 14, 220. 
Havell family, 24, 255 note. 
Havens of Sussex, 6, 212. Local meaning 

of haven, 24, 277 note. 
Haviland, rev. G. E. rector, Warbleton, 13, 1 79. 
Haviland, see Gwilt and Haviland. 
Havochesberie. 5e« Hawkesborough.. 
Havre de Grace, bombardment of, 11, 203. 

See Newhaven, France. 
Havrichesworth, Herts, Says manor in, 17, 

74. 
Hawerdene, William, hanged, 18, 20. 

Hawes, Edw. armada contribution, 1, 36. 

Hawcs, Miss E. tracings by, 16, 19. 

Hawes family, Salehurst, registry entries 
relative to the, 25, 153. 155. 158. 160-162. 

Hawes, John, steel manufacturer, Roberts- 
bridge, 2, 197. 

Hawes, Rev. John, rector of Berwick (1696- 
1 743) on JVistSf 6, 236. Serviceable memor- 
anda left by him, 239-241. 



Hawes, rev. John, vicar of Glynde, 20, 75. 
84. Mcfiumsnt to his memory, 89. Makes 
up the parish register from his predecessor's 
pocket-books, 24, 100. Point wherein he 
himself was " a trifle remiss," Und, 
Hawes, Rev. Mr. 25, 190. 
Hawke, Admiral, rejoicings on a victory of, 

11, 204.. 
Hawke, Thomas, Bulverhlthe, 14, 81. 
Hawkesborough, Havochesberie, Hawkis- 
bergh, hundred of, 6, 57. Yearly value of 
lands (141 1) 10, 143. Knighthood com- 
positions, 16, 46. See 11, 229. 13, 81. 
21, 2. 108. 109. 
Hawkherste, "The Wyneyard" in, 17, 32. 

Fair, 39. 
Hawkhurst smugglers, terror excited by the 
doings of the, 9, 194. Their crimes, 
punishments, &c, 10, 83-89. Cricket at, 
11, 213. 
Hawkinrigge de Waldryn, grant of his estates 

by, 13, 100. 
Hawkins, J. Hey wood, Bignor park, Greek, 
Roman, and mediaeval antiques exhibited 
at Chichester by, 8, 283. 292. 307. On the 
Roman road or ** Stane-street causeway," 
11, 131. 132. 132 note. 133-135. Mansion 
built by his father, 12, 87. 
Hawkins, J. chwden, Maresfidd, 14, 152. 
Hawkins, Richard, why murdered by smug- 
glers, 9, 194. 10, 88. 
Hawkins, William, Fletching, 24, 204. 
Hawkins's pond, 16, 256. 
Hawks and hagards, 2, 100, 10 1. 
Hawksden, forge of the Morleys at, 2, 214. 

See 18, 16. Hawksedge gill, 24, 191. 

Hawksworth, Rev. Joseph, •* clerke," minister 

of Burwash, land held by, 24, 251. 256. 

Funeral service participated in by, 25, 158. 

Hawkwell, Great, moated mansion formerly 

at, 9, 156 note. 
Hawkwood, Sir John, famous free-lance, Sus- 
sex family derived from, Italianized name 
of, &c. 9, 288. Originally a tailor, 12, 
225. 
Hawkyns, Thomas, incumbent of Racton 

(1551) 23, 16. 

Hawley family, monumental brasses, 23, 171. 

Hawley, gen. and his dragoons, 14, 203. 

At the famous Charlton fox chase : one of 

the three in at the death, 15, 79-82. 

Hawley, Thomas, Clarenceux, curious arms 

granted by, 25, 103. 
Hawte arms quartered with the Culpepers', 

10, 156. See Haute, 
Hawton, R. an esquire at Agincourt, 15, 130. 
Hawtrey, Dr. critical estimate of Dr. Burton 

by, 8, 251, 252. 
Hay (de Haia, Haies, Haya, Hey) family, 
estate held by the, origin, arms, See, 4, 
301, 302. The Hayes of Herstmonoeuz, 



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Robertsbridge, and Glyndebourne, 8^ 6. 
The Glyndcboumc Hays: John Hay of 
Herstmonceux, 20, 64. Connection of 
the Hays with the parliamentary represen- 
tation of Sussex: pedigree of the family, 
65. Mortuary inscriptions, 86. 89. Old 
family mansion, &c 21, 194. 195. See 
24,101. De Haia. Haya. Haye. Hey. 
' Hay, Alexander, Chichester historian, at- 
tempted identification of Claudia and 
Pudens by, 1, 5. Outline of earthworks in his 
history, 10, 169. Bosham tradition re- 
ferred to by, 18, 6. Title of his work, 88. 
89. On Simon de Wells, 22, 178. 

Hay, Frances, 20, 66. Charity founded by 
her sister Henrietta and augmented by her, 
84, 85. 

Hay, Sir Geo. and the Arg^le ironworks, 11, 9. 

Hay, Herbert, of Glyndebourne, 5, 53. 60. 
84. His ultimate descendant, 74 note, A 
"secluded" member, loi. A Sussex se- 
questrator, 19, 92. His marriages, 20, 
65 TKdes, His wife licensed to eat flesh in 
Lent, 83. See 24, 250 note. 

Hay, John de la, constable of Rye and Win- 
chelsea (1264) 23, 30. Acquittance 
granted to his son, ibid. 

Hay, Matthew, in Cade's rising, 18, 22. 

Hay, Mr, 25, 167. 

Hay, Ridiard, furnace leased by, 3, 246. 

Hay, Col. Thomas, command entrusted to, 
5,97. 

Hay, Thomas, first mayor of Hastings, his 
father, family, &c, 14, 100. Hb kinsman 
Isted, 102. 

Hay, or Hayes, rev. Walter, vicar of South 
Bersted, 24, 170. 171. 178. 

Hay, William, of Glyndebourne, author of 
" Essay on Deformity," " Religio Philoso- 
phi," &c. constituendes represented by, 5, 
102. 103. 104. His eminence, 20, 65. 
His arms, 25, 96. See 15,84. 163. 18, 
109. 23, 305 note. 

Hay (Hey) William, rent charged on the 
manor of, 23, 305. Forest claim dis- 
allowed, 24, 217. 

Haya, Robert de, abbey founded by, 7, 218. 

Haybame bank, Ashdown forest, 24, 197. 

Haybell croft, 25, 183. 

Hay bote et Ferbote^ 5, 163. 

Haybourne, " y« briefe for," at Westboume, 
22, 92. 

Haydon, member of Goring manor, 12, 40 n. 

Haydon, G. Lewes property held by, 13, 33, 

34. 
Haydon, John, co-purchaser of St. Nicholas 

manor, Exeter, 23, 125. 
Haydon, W. presented to Midhurst, 20, 26. 

On the drowning of viscount Montague, 2x0. 
Haye, Levota, widow of Robert de, 17, 20. 
Haye, Thomas, ironmaster, 3, 244. 



Haye, William and Thomas, Salehurst, 25, 

154- 
Hayes f meaning of, 7, 198 note, 

Hayes, Mr. counsel for Pevensey, 15, 190. 

Hayg^t, A. knighthood composition, 16, 46. 

Hayler, or Haylor, Benjamin, diarist Mar- 
chant's dealings with, 25, 185. 

Haylesham, see Hailsham. 

Hayley collection of MSS. documents froiD, 
references to, &c. 8, 158. 9, 352 et seq, 
13, 81. 97. 23, 320. 25, 103. 215. 

Hayley, Rev. Burrell, patron of Burwash, 21, 
136. 

Hayley, Mr, on Lord Dacre^s case, 4, 157 
note. On Framfield church, 293. On the 
tenure of the Woodknowle manor, 21, 130. 
On Burwash deanery, 131. 

Hayley, Thomas, old document relating to 
Sclsey copied by, 12, 76. 

Hayley, William, poet, 2, 279. 18, 89. 93. 
His epitaph on James Hurdis, 19, 180. 

Hayley, William, custos of St. Mary's hos- 
pital, Chichester, 24, 58. 

Hayley, Rev. W. onNinfidd registers, 17, 57. 
Witchcraft story preserved and communi- 
cated by, 18, 111-113. 

Hayley, see Haley. 

Hayling Island, circular intrenchment in, 8, 

32i« 
Hayling, South, parallel to church windows 

at, 22, 79. 

Hayne, alias Grasyer, Richard, property 
settled on, 17, 112. 

Haynes, James, Suss, roads commr. 15, 146. 

Hayter, Mr. joint office in the admiralty held 
by, 25, 76. 

Hayton, Thomas, commr. of sewers, Lewes 
level, 10, 96. 

Hayward, Sir John, Hcfaboume claim de- 
cided on by, 9, 219. 

Hayward family, 13, 295. Proof of age by 
John Hayward, 12, 36. John Hayward, 
incumbent of Racton (1484) 23, 15. Cir- 
cumstantial entry of the burial of Thomas 
Hayward, 13, 256. 

Hayward's heath, inn sign at, 10, 187. 
Lunatic asylum, 12, 114. Ancient name, 
19, 31. See 13, 210. 

Haywode, Solomon, presentation, 17, 106. 

Haywood, John, cinque port baron, 15, 202. 
207. Haywood, Thomas, copyhold land 
held by, 23, 308. 

Hay worth, Richd. deed witnessed by, 22, 123. 

Hazelwick mill, 16, 269. 

Hazilgrove, Wm. proof of age by, 15, 213. 

Hazleden manor, 13, 157. 

Hazlegrove, John, James, and William, 14, 
169. 25, 169. 171. 182. 183. 185. 187. 

193- 
Hazleholt tithes given to Sele priory, 10, 1 14. 

Hazlewood in Bessole, 15,98. 



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Head, the, Eastbourne, 14, 136. 

Head, Barclay Vincent, on the Ang^lo- Saxon 
coins found at Chancton farm, 20, aia. 
215-217. 219. 

Head, Edmund, assistant warden, Sackville 
college, 20, 166. 

Healey, Mr. and Mrs. 25, 169-171. 173. 175. 
178. 193. 194. 197. 

HeaUngf or HiUyngf definition of, 13, 53 note 
8. 212. Healing a church, 2 1 3. 

Healiri^'Stone, definition of, 19, 41. 

Heap, John, curate of Westboume, 22, 1 13. 

Heame, Mr. a Lincolnshire justice, his ill- 
usage of a Sussex merchant and star 
chamber punishment, 17, 134. 

Heame, Thomas, his edition of Leland's "Col- 
lectanea," 6, 8. First describer of the Chi- 
chester marble, 11, 136. Authorship of 
" Tom Thumb " ascribed to Andrew Borde 
by, 13, 264. See 19, 161. 

Heart burial, ancient custom of; hearts on 
monumental effigies, &c. 1, 129, 130. 

Hearth money levies, Midhurst, 20, 19. 29. 

Hearth tax, remnant of a, 17, 87. 

Heaselden, John, and Henry Heaseman, 
knighthood compositions, 16, 48. 49. 

Heasman, Bernard, of Cuckfield, 25, 184. 

Heath family, of Deans in Piddinghoe, 24, 
251 note. 

Heath, Richard, of Piddinghoe, 251. 256. note. 

Heath, John, justice of the peace, 20, 100. 

Heath, M.P. for East Grinstead, 20, 154. 

Heath, Sir R. attorney general, 16, 45. 

** Heathen Burials," fields so called, 16, 240 
note. 

Heathen deities in a Christian mortuary in- 
scription, 23, 164. 

Heathfield, nonae return, 1, 60. High cha- 
racter of the cannon forged at, 2, 210. 
Alleged finding of coal there, an, 212 
Tiotes. The church, 274. Furnaces, 3, 
241. Parish valuation (1649) 6, 58. 
Borough English in the manor, 6, 182. 
Satan a dweller in the churchyard, 9, 193. 
Vicar's arms quota, 11, 226. The fair and 
the first cuckoo : rustic pronunciation of the 
name, 13, 2 10. Anecdote of a Heathfield 
labourer, 218. Goods given to the poor, 
14, 216. John Jefferay's lands, 219 note. 
Heathfield park and stream, 15, 151. 158. 
Church bells, 16, 142. 150. 166. 194. 212. 
Heathfield tower, 17, 177. Capture of Jack 
Cade at (" Hefcld") 18, 30, 31. Crown 
presentation, 21, 48. Ancient date in the 
church, 25, 123. Grant of land, 142. See 
13, 95. 14, 211. 16, 26. 42. 

Heathfield, lord, monumental brass, 23, 163. 

Heaton, Butler and Bayne (not Ueton nor 
Bain) church window by, 22, 85. 

Heaver, John, "steeple house warden," and 
thequakers, 16, io8. no. 115. 



Hebbe, Katherine, ravished by the parson, 

21, 53- 
Hebrew texts found at Wivelsfield, 22, 56. 
Heccage, meaning of, 5, 171. 
Hechengefeld tithes given to Sele, 10, 115. 
Hechindenne, Ralph de, possessions confirmed 

to the Robertsbridge monks by, 8, 152. 
Hechmell, Gunhilde, messuage given to Cal- 

ceto priory by, 11, 99. 
Hechsted, see Heghstnle. 
Hechyngham, Simon de, 9, 238. See Ech- 

ingham. 
Hecilande, Battel abbey, 17, 9. 
Hecton, land in given to the templars, for the 

king^s soul, 9, 250. Osbom's holding in, 

temp. Domesday, 10, 65. 
Hedgebote, meaning of, 23, 273 note. 
Hedgehogs, a cure for the stone, 23, 7 1. Paid 

for as vermin, 115-117I 
Heene, or Hyne, Worthing, ancient boat 

found at, 10, 148. Revenue derived by 

Tortington priory from rents in, 11, no. 

Remains of chapel, 12, no. Common fine 

on Heen and Effington township, 23, 238. 

See 18, 103. 
Heepe, John, his deposition in the Dureford 

abbey inquiry, 7, 226. 
Heghelond In Westham, 25, 136. 
Heghstede, or Hechsted {Iste^ part of the 

templars* possessions, value, &c. of, 9, 239. 

240. 244. 
Heghton manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 133. 

Non-resident barons, 17, 69. 
Heie, Robin de, order relative to men taken by, 

23, 30. 

Heigham, Roger de, judge, insulted, 5, 153. 
Heighe, Sfr John, Henry Marshall's legacy to, 

13, 53- 

Heighington, St. Cleere, borough English in 

the manor of, 6, 182. 
Heire, Maydry, work done in Salehurst church 

by, 25, 153. 
Heland, Alesia de, bequest to, 25, 147. 
Helbeme, John and Thomas, Michelham 

priory ; charge against Thomas, 6, 148. 
Helias, master, sculptor, temp. Ric. I. 2, 13. 
Helior, Thomas, and Henry Hemmington, 

incumbents, Hamscy, 17, 80. 97. 100. 
Helliar, John, chantry rent charged on, 23, 

31- 
Hellindale, William, chantry founded by, 9, 

140 note. 20, 146. 
Hellingly, Hcllmgle, Hellinglegh, Helling, 
nonse return, 1, 60. Miller monument at, 
9, 35. Bayham abbey income from, 162. 
Donor of the church to Bayham, and dis- 
pute relative to Hailsham chapel, 172-174. 
Trader's token issued at, 11, 175. 22, 
226. 24, 129. Earthquake shocks, 11, 
188. The Broad, 196 note. Vicar's arms 
quota, 227. The Calverleys at, 14, loi. 



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Bequest to its poor, 221. Elynglegh, 234. 
Otteham priory land, 236. Manorial charge 
on the Broad, 268. 24, 220. Free quit 
rent, 222. Hellingly streamlets, 15, 157. 
158. Church bells, 16, 194. 212. The 
manor house, 285. Request for hbtoric 
particulars, 18, 198. Sir N. Pelham's deer 
park, 19, 177 note. Scene of Lord Dacre's 
fatal frolic, 178. Yearly value of lands in 
the parish (1649) 2^* "Hellenleah in 
England," 25, 106. See 13, 95. 14, 
207. 208. 209. 233. 19, 173. 175. 

Hellingly, S. de, deed witnessed by, 25, 136* 

Helmets at Parham, chronological list of, 25, 
6-10. 

Hdpusgod, a surname, 2, 305 note, 

Helsham, arms of, 24, 35 note, 

Helsham, see Hailsham. Halsham. 

Helstone, see Harleton. 

Hely, Rog^ de, deed witnessed by, 26, I39« 

Heman, Godard, mayor of Winchelsea, 23, 34* 

Hemery, John, 12, 40. Proof of age by, 41. 

Hemp and flax, importance attached to the 
cultivation of, 1, 76 note, Hempe proverb, 
13, 233 Tiote. 

Hemp plots in Sussex in old times, 24, 23a 
note. Hemp plots in Oldberry, 245. 

Hempskares, Brighton, 2, 40. 

Hempstead, estate,- chantry in Framfield 
church belonging to, 4, 295. The de 
Hempstead family : probable founder of the 
chantry, &c 296. Present possessor (185 1) 
of the estate, 299. See Wamett. 

Hempstead, queen Elizabeth at, 5, 191. 

Hempstede bridge and ''oke," 15, 138. 

Hemsley, W. knighthood composition, 16, 46. 

Hendall in Buxted, early and later possessors 
of, old mansion, &c, 9, 220, 221. 

Hendall family, local name-place of the, 24, 
200 note. 

Henden, baron, his robemaker's bill, 4, 27. 

Henden, John, lord of Brede manor, 2, 167. 

Henderson, Mr. antiquities exhibited by, 8, 

3o8.33»- 

Hendley, Sir Thomas and Sir Walter, posses- 
sors of Cuckfield park, 25, 80, 81. Monu- 
mental inscriptions in the church, 82. 

Hendyman, John, proof of age by, 15, 213. 

Heneage, Sir Thomas, description of prayer 
book of, 13, 313. Monitory verses written 
by him therein, 314. 

Hcnfield church: vicar's arms quota, 11, 
226. Dedication, 12, 106. Bells, 16, 
194. 212. South aisle wall, 22, 55. Monu- 
mental brasses, 23, 163, 164. Discoveries 
during restoration, 212, 213. 

Henfield: trader's token, 11, 175. 24, 129. 
Road acts, 15, 220. 18, 103. Soil near 
the Adur, 16, 252. 

Hengeshull, Agnes, sponsor at the baptism of 
a Flie&Dca, 12, 38. 



Hengist, Saxon king, 3, 181. Saxons invited 
into England by, 15, 165. 

Hengwyte, probable meaning of, 9, 229. 

Henhurst, Henherst, hundred of, 6, 57. Query 
relative to, 11, 229. W. de Worth's rents 
in, 12, 36 note. Berewice, or Bervice (Bur- 
wash) in, 21, 121. 

Henley, John, farm held by, 24, 232, 

Henley, Katherine, mother of the famed 
"Orinda,"12, 206. 

Henly, Edward, his complaint against 
" Richard Elfycke's boye," 7, 96. 

Henn, Henry, sometime *' Dog " Smith's 
servant, afterwards a baronet, bequest by 
Smith to, 22, 44. 

Hennet (or Henney) William de, last Norman 
abbot of Westminster, charter granted by, 
25, 22. 

Henniker, Sir John, manor inherited by, 20, 
141. 

Henrietta Bilaria, queen, occasion of an apo- 
logy to the Parliament by, 5, 30. On 
Goring's failings, 33. An advocate for her 
impeachment, 93. 

Henry I. 4, 42. 43. At Pevensey, 87. His 
favourite yacht, 106. 14, 70. Adeliza, 
widow of, 6, 76. Possessions granted by 
him to the Aquilas, 130. Bosham given to 
a bishop of Exeter by, 8, 191. Coins of, 
struck at Sussex mints, 9, 370. Sele priory 
foundation charter and gifts confirmed by, 
10, 112. Seizure and disposal of Arundel 
castle and rape by, 11, 91. Farthings 
coined by, 171. Grsnt to Gilbert de Aquila, 
14, 41. Forces a bishopric otTan abbot, 
1 20. Query as to the " Bume" at which he 
waited for a sea voyage, 120, 121. Con- 
ventual church found^ by him, 15, 112. 
His dealing with Appledram manor and 
Battel abbey, 17, 26. 27. 42. 18, 75, 76. 
Disposal of his remains, 21, 204. Gift of 
land to St. Nicholas Exeter by, 23, 126. 
Priory founded by Adela Corbet, his con- 
cubine, 204. 

Henry II. note of a famous grandson of fair 
Rosamond and, 1, 179. 4, 43. 106. 
Bribed "that his judgment might be 
speeded," 4, 131. Manor given to Sir W. 
Sidney by, 6, 84. Remark of one of his 
tenants to him, iHd note, Pevensey castle 
held by him, 272. Occasion of his acting 
as a sewer, 7, 195 note. Deed of gift 
made at request and in presence of, 9, 256. 
His measure for lessening the frequency of 
trials by battle, 228. Monastery founded 
in Norfolk by, lO, loi. Reference to a 
charter of, 14, 2. 67. A bishop fined by 
him, 17, 121. Confirmation charter to 
Lewes priory, 25, 140. See 4t, 43. 106. 

Henry II. and III., cinque port privileges con- 
firmed by, 19, 17, i8. 



HENRY. 



[ ^87 J 



HENRT. 



Heniy HI. confiscation of Chichester episcopal 
revenues by, 1, 188 Tiote. Restitution ul- 
timately forced from his successor, ibid. 
Grant to St. Mary's hospital, Chichester, 
by, 2, a. St. Richard restored to his favour, 
24. His gift to Montacute, 25. Defeated 
by the barons, a8. His subsequent victory 
over them, 29. His death, 30. Turning a 
penny by his great ship, 4, 107. Warning 
letter from his brother, 1 10. Remonstrated 
with by Margaret of Flanders relative to 
piracies by cinque ports men, 112. 23, 30. 
Wise step taken by him, 4, 145. ' Fair 
established by, 6, 44. His grant to Fecamp 
abbey, 67. Earl de Warenne's excuse for 
absence from his coronation, 109. His gift 
to a Mareville, 112. Grant confirmed, 
resumed, and restored by him, 113. His 
half-sister's husband, 114. His friends 
and foes at Pevensey, 272. Grant of Crow- 
hurst manor by him, 7, 49, 50. Small 
coins minted by him, 11, 171. His shelter 
after his defeat by the barons : '* King 
Harry's mill," 13, 5, 6. Absurd legend 
relating to him, 14, 50. Charters renewed 
by him, 67. Work done by him in Hast- 
ings castle, 69. His castle keeper, 69 note. 
His merciless levies on Battel abbey, 17, 
33. His order on Sussex for archers, 1 1 7. 
His dealings with Seaford, 143. Destruc- 
tion of Chichester castle ordered by, 18, 
149. Charter granted to the Bohuns by, 
20, 2. Grant to the constables of Lewes 
by, 21, 98. Burial place of his viscera, 
204. Knep castle restored to the Braoses 
by, 22, 19. Cinque ports men summoned 
to council by, 23, 22. Demolition of a 
church permitted to bishop Neville by, 24, 
41, 42. See 2, 132. 136. 137. 167. 168. 
14, 2. 40, 16, 233. 

Henry IV. grant of Hastings rape, Arc. by, 2. 
1 61 -1 62. Place given to Sir John Pelham 
by, 3, 218. Assents to a grant for a *' con- 
sideration," 6, 139. His hypocritical re- 
ference to Richard II. 139 note. Marks of 
favour shown to Sir Jno. Pelham by, 7, 
65-66. Diplomatic missions, &c. confided 
to Sir William Hoo by, 8, 107, 108. 
Sussex lordship given to his brother by, 
10, 151. Confirmation charters granted 
to Sir E. Paganell by, 11, 112. 114. De- 
scent of Maresfield manor to him (as duke 
of Hereford), 14, 157. Calls on his people 
to arm against invaders, 17, 198. Statutes 
g^ranted to Pevensey by, 18, 43. Why 
Hotspur was unwilling to give up his 
Scottish prisoners to him, 20, 123. Hot- 
spur discontented with his government, 125. 
His long detention of Mordake, 1 26. Causes 
of the variance between tdm and the 
Percies: their rise against him, 126. 127. 



At the battle of Hatdey field: his conflict 
vrith Douglas, 128. His endeavour to seize 
Hotspur's widow, 129. See 20, 120. 121. 

Henry IV. V. VI. licenses, exemptions, &Cy 
granted to Easeboume nuns by, 9, 6. 20. 

Henry IV. VII. VIII. claims of cinque ports 
barons at coronations of, 15, 179. 183. 

Henry V. custodian of Jas. I. of Scotland 
appointed by, 3, 219. Naval preparations 
anticipatory of Agincourt, 4, 123, 124. 
An eminent retainer, 149. Second husband 
of his queen, 7, 24. Mission confided to 
Sir John Pelham by him, 66. Alien priory 
revenues seized by him, 10, IP4. Yearly 
value of manor held by him when Prince 
of Wales, 130. Restores the Perd estates, 
14, 4. Ashdown forest frauds in his reign, 
50. Boxgrove priory indigenized by, 15, 
85. Gifts to him in anticipation of a French 
war, 134 note. Sussex men in his army at 
Agincourt, 123-137. Prisoner exchanged 
by him (when Prince of Wales) for Hot- 
spur's son, 20, 126. Wounded at Hateley 
fight, 128. His generosity to Hotspur's 
son, 130. See 15, 9. Agincourt. 

Henry VI. and Margaret of Anjou, 4, 149. 
Favours, &c. granted to Owen Tudor by, 
7i 24. Services and devotion of the Hoos 
to him, 8, 115-118. 123, 124. His meeting 
with his queen at St. Alban's, their thanks- 
giving in the abbey, &c 124. His injunc- 
tion relative to the architecture of Eton 
college, 9, 186. Object of license granted 
to John de Clynton by, 17, 76. Cade's 
rising, 18, 19 et seq. Rape granted to 
Sir T. Hoo by, 21, 127. Divine office to be 
said for, chantry licensied by, &c. 22, 156. 

Henry VII. espousals of Mary daughter of, 

4, 153. His standard bearer, 5, 179. 
Relationship of Sir David Owen to, 7, 24. 
Important service probably rendered by 
him to Sir David, 25. His godson, 26. A 
bequest for masses to his soul, 31. Pro- 
mulgation (when earl of Richmond) against 
some of his followers, 9, 293. Land granted 
to lord La Warre by, 16, 244. Exertions 
of the Lewknors for, 17, 80. See 209. A 
victim to his jealousy, 21, 76. His arms 
at Hickstead place, 23, 43. [Note, the 
shield figured on p. 44 is a La Warre badge, 
and not, as there stsited, the arms of this 
king.] Brass to his kitchen clerk, 167. 

Henry VIII. activity of his commissioners for 
suppressing religious houses, 3, 204. His 
superfluous eloquence on the surrender 
of Lewes priory, 205. Fate of his chief 
tool, 207. Character of his knighthoods, 

5, 117. Papal bull confirmed by him, 
156. "Malleus monasticonim," 164. 
Cowdray memorials of him, 182. His visit 
to Sussex, 6, 53. His dealings with Mi- 



HENRY. 



[i88J 



HEREFORD. 



chclham prioiy, 159. A "natural son" 
wrongly fathered on him, 7* 24. Service 
rendered by Sir D. Owen, 25. An example 
of his unrelenting nature, 67. His chatter 
of incorporation to Seaford, and translation 
of same, 138-147. Supremacy of a 
foreign abbey in England put an end to 
by, 8, 91, 92. Rye vessels employed in 
his expedition against France, 208. Valu- 
ations of religious houses and churches 
taken for him, 9, 30. 91. 96. Monopoly 
granted to the merchants of the Staple by, 
10, 72 note. Occasion of his setting up 
the Culpeperarms in Whitehall, 153. His 
progresses, 196, 197. The standard of the 
coinage lowered by him, 11, 172. Ditchling 
manor and rectory granted to Anne of 
Cleves by, 13, 245. Petworth vested in 
him, 14, 8. Ashdown forest in his reign, 
50. His valor ecclesiasticus, 16, 18. His 
portrait on church bells, 152. A despoiler 
of bells, 154. His grants of Battel abbey 
possessions, 17, 24. 49. Coin of found, 
19> 193. Favours granted to lady Pole by, 
21, 76. Honour conferred on Geoffrey 
Pole by, 77. His desire relative to his son, 
79 note. Copy of his grant of South 
Mailing to Sir T. Palmer, 174-178. Parish 
register orders of, 22, 22. One of his 
pages, 35. His vindictiveness toward the 
Pole family, 23,* 16 nole. Priory deed 
acknowledging his supremacy, 124. Pro- 
perty of the priory of St. Nicholas sold by 
him, 125. Brasses to two of his cofferers, 
167. Architectural compliment to him, 
25, 81 note. Tithes given to Anne of 
Cleves by, 217. See 5, 179. 180. 183. 9, 
102.127. 16,238. 17,209. 16,92. 

Henry IX. cardinal of York (the pretender) 
touchpiece of, 25, 211 note. 

Henry, Prince (son of Jas. I.) weight of cattle 
according to the household book of, 23, 46. 
His surveyor, 25, 117. 

Henry IV. of France, and his gift to Anthony 
Sherley, 5, 18. His portrait at Parham, 

25, 15- 
Henry, Robert, ro3ral mandate in favour of, 

6, 143- 
Henry's Roger le, rent given to Calceto priory 

by, 11, 99. 

Hcnshaw, Benjamin, proctor, and the quakers, 
16, 91. 97. 122. His complaint against 
the king's bench marshal, and result of 
same, 94, 95. 

Henshaw Joseph (not John, as on p. 94, vol. 
xix.) dean of Chichester, afterwards bishop 
of Peterborough, consequences of his roy- 
alist partisanship, 5, 52. 19, 92. 94. 
Old residence of the Henshaw family, his 
ancestry, &c. 13, 9 and note. Particulars 
of his property, 19> 107. 



Henshaw, Philip, Hookland, arms of, 25, 96. 

Henshaw, Thomas, designsited for the order 
of "the Royal Oak," 23, 210. 

Henshawe, W. mayor of Chichester, 24, 78. 

Henslow (Hensley, Henslowe) Edmund, mas- 
ter of the game, Ashdown fwest, and his 
son Philip, the theatrical diarist, 14, 47. 
51. 82. His daughter Margaret, 159. 

Henstead, and Henstead-Perpounds, and the 
Pierpoints, 11, 56. 

Henty, John, token of, 11, 177. 24, 130. 

Hentzner, Paul, on the floor-covering of queen 
Elizabeth's presence chamber, 9, 175. On 
the site of Oxford, 11,3* 

Hepburn, captain, his charge against An- 
thony Sherley, 5, 21. 

Hepden, Thomas, Burgherst forge bought by, 

21, 113. 
Heppehalle, Edwin de, 5, 171. See 171 noie. 
Heraldry, antiquity of, 6, 73. An important 

element in architectural studies, 22, 124* 

Victor Hugo and M. d' Eschavannes on the 

influence of, 24, 7. Spurious heraldry, 

25, 90. See Arms. 
Herbert, Admiral, frightened away by the 

French, 11, 181. 
Herbert, George, his (reason for equalizing 

the height of his reading desk and pulpit, 

6, 230. 
Herbert, lord, "his bille for burying Sir R. 

Pole," 21, 76 note. 
Herbert, lord (of Cherbury) on the countess 

of Ssdisbury's donduct at the scaffold, 21, 

84. See 82 note. 
Herbert, Mr. Horsted bought by, 21, 19J. 
Herbert, Sir Thomas, silver dock-watch 

given by Charles I. to, 3, 103. Extracts 

from his memoirs relative to the king and 

his time-pieces : a thievish story, 104-106. 

Moment at which Charles gave him the 

clock, 107. See 7, 195 note. 8, 309. 
Herbert, William, knt. annual value of 

premises sold to, 23, 32. 
Herbert's tomb, Bosham, 18,6. 
Herbeting, Simon de, deed witnessed by, 6, 

145. See Harebeating. 
Hercez, Nichola de, prioress of Leveminster, 

11, 119. 
Herd, Thomas, Maresfield, will of (1548) 14* 

169. 
" Herding money," a relic of " hom-gcld," 

6, 228. 
Herdopure saltpan given to Dureford abbey, 

8,51. 
Hereford, efiigies of bishops of, 1, 129, 130. 

Hereford, Henry, duke of, afterwards Henry 

IV. 14, 157. 
Hereford, John, in Cade's rising, 18, 23. 
Hereford, L.an esquire at Aginoourt, 15, 130. 
Hereford, Dr. Warner, bishop of, his robe* 

maker's charges, 4| 28. 



HEREFORDSHIRE. [ ^^9 ] HERSTMONCEUX. 



Herefordshire, number of Borough English 

manors in, 6, 175. 
Heresworth, William, Edward St. John's 

cause of complaint against, 17y 120. 
Heretogas (duces) kings or under-kings, 

among the South Saxons, 8» 1 78. Their 

rank, &c. 180. 
Hereward, the Saxon, his horse, 4, 36. 
Hereward, Edw. charter joined in by, 22, 

I20« John Hereward in Cade*s rising, 

121. 
Hereward, Nicholas, proof of age by, 12, 42. 
Hereward, Roger, subsidy collector, Arundel, 

7, 166. 
Herewards of Arlington, 25, 104. One of 

them a follower of Jack Cade, 104 note, 
Herindales manor, Waldron, 13, 87. Origin 

of its name, 89. Successive owners, 90-92. 
Heringaud (Heringaute, Heringot, Heryn- 

g^ud) family, West Dean how possessed 

by the, 3, 22. Sybilla, wife of Sir N. Her- 
ingaud, 22. 50. Gift by W. Heringaud to 
' Wilmington priory, 4, 44. John, knight 

of the shire for Sussex (1302) 9| 283. Others 

of the far^ily, their possessions, &c. 13, 

89-Q2. 14,212. 17, 1787/0/e. 19,26. 

See Harengaud. Haringot. 
Heriot, George, gold and enamelled binding 

of a book attributed to, 8, 224. 
Herletinghes, Simon de, deed witnessed by, 

25, 144. 
Herlewa (Harlotta) mother of W. Conq. 4, 39. 
Herman, Rayner, warden of Sackville college, 

his origin and career, &c. 20, 159. 
Hermitage, Uckfield, described and figured, 

12, 13-15- Hermits, hermitages, and an- 
chorites, 12, 123. 16, 266. Hermitage 
hamlet, Westboume, 22, 78. Probable 
site of the Hermitage, 97 note. The her- 
mits of the causeway, 98. See Anchorites. 
Cotes, Simon. 

Hemel, Laur. prior of Boxg^ove, 15, 121. 

Heron, lady, and her first and second hus- 
bands, 8, 99, 100. Her co-heirs, 100. 
Elizabeth, widow of Wm. Heron, 12, 41. 

Heron, Sir Wm. marriage and death of, 17, 
74. Hospital founded by him, 75. 

Heronry formerly at Halnaker, 9, 224. 
Heronries in Sussex, 17, 122. Heronry at 
Parham, 25, 3. Pedigree and migration 
of the birds, 4. 

Herrick, Robert, on the custom of " Wass- 
ailing" the fruit trees, 1, 110 note. The 
Herricks of Beau -manor, 4, 298. 

Herring, John, incumbent, Chiddingly, parish 
document transcribed by, 14, 238. Date 
of his induction, 248. His second hand 
torfibstone, alleged introducer of potatoes 
into Sussex, 351. 

Herringbam, gprant to Tipper and Dawe in, 

13, 46. See Hardham. 



Herrings, 3| 41. Herring fair, Yarmouth, 12, 

159- 
Herriotte, John, chantry rent charged on, 23, 

Hersell, William, Seaford, fined for forestal- 
ling, 7. 107. 

Hersell, William, deed witnessed by, 22, 123. 

Herst, subsequently Hurstpierpoint, Domes- 
day record of, 11, 50, 51. See Hurstpier- 
point. 

Herst as a local termination, 14, 140. 

Herst, Dennis (Dio) burial entry ol, 5, 20i. 
curious implement once his, ibid. 

Herst, Idonea (or Ydonea) de, gift to Roberts- 
bridge abbey by, and return made by the 
moxiks, &c. 4, 130. 8, 152, 153. Device 
on her seal, 156. 

Herste, Waleran de, adoption of a new sur- 
name by and by the son of, 4, 130. 131. 
8,151. £fee Monceux. 

Herste, William de, stipulation made by, on 
confirming a grant by his mother, 8, 153, 

Herstmonceux (Hurst-monceaux) after the 
battle of Hastings, 2, 57. Valuation of 
the parish (1649) 6, 58. The like of the 
marsh and manor (141 1) 10, 145. The 
like of the manor (35 Hen. VIII.) 11, 63. 
Parson's arms quota, 226. Distraint on 
chickens (1378-84) fealty done, archery ac- 
cident, eels stolen, &c. 12, 38. 41. Crown 
presentations (1570-80) 258. Value of rfnts 
{temp. Hen. VIII.) 13, 176. Local pronun- 
ciation of the name, 210. Church bell, 16, 
194. 214. Brasses and monuments in the 
church, 23, 166. See 8, 153. 11, 3. 51. 
64. 15, 157. 158 note. 17, 177, 178. 
25, 163. 

Herstmonceux, the Castlb of, its Lords, 
and its Church, by Jlev. Edmund Ven- 
ables, 4, 125-202. Introduction, 125-127. 
Acreage, site, derivation of the name, earliest 
owners, &c. 128-130. The Monceuxs, their 
dealings with the property, &c, 131 -135. 
Last of the Monceuxs; succession of the 
Fienes family, and story of their doings, 136- 
152. The builder of the castle, 150. 
Ownership of the Dacres : tragical end of 
one of them, 152-158. The Lennards 
Lords Dacre, and the last owner of their 
line, 1 59- 16 1. Sale to the Naylors, and 
descent to the Hares, 162-165. Demolition 
of the Castle, and subsequent changes of 
owners, 165. 166. Architectural description, 
166-185. Hovace Walpole's visit anterior to 
the demolition, 185-187. Survey of the 
manor, &c, temp, Q. Eliz. 198-201. Thb 
Church: general aspect, 188-191. Dacre 
tomb, 191-194. EfHgy of Sir W. Fienes, 
194. Font, aumbry, hagioscope, &c 195, 
196. The old bam, 197. Inquisition from 
the Nonae Rolls, temp. Edw. UL 202. See 



HSRSTMONCEUX. [ ^9^ ] 



HIDE. 



Dacre. Fienes. Hare. Lennard* Modccux. 
Naylor. 

Hcrstmonccux castle, 1, 8. Smugglers at, lO, 
93. Release to Sir Roger de Fynnes, 31 a. 
License to krendlate, 13, 115. Sculptured 
figures from, 18t 73. See 19»7i. 

Herstmonceux, on some Wills ci Inhabi- 
tants of, by M. A. Lower, 4, 203-208, See 
BuUce. Colbrond, John. Frankwdl. Fuller, 
Robert. Honwyne. Longeley. Weneham. 
WUlard, Nicholas. Wills. 

Herstmonceux, Purceglove, engineer of, 14, 
126. 

Hertefeld, 3rearly value of lands in (1411) 
10, 142. Grant of free warren in, 13, iii. 

Hertefelde, Henry dc, " corrody" reserved to, 
9, 158. 

Heitiield, H. de, deed witnessed by, 6, 145. 

Hertford, Edward earl of, juror on lord Daiare's 
trial, 19, 177. 

Hertford, earl of, and others, dispute referred 
to, 21, 80. 

Hertford, Roger de, episcopal manor confided 

to, 3, 54. 

Hertfordshire^ number of borough English 
manors in, 6, 175. "Dog** Smith's charity 
extended to, 22, 33. 

Hertfordshire bell-founder, 16, 184 note, 

Herting (or Harting) site of the convent of 
Durdford, 8, 49. Fair granted to the 
^lepers of Harting,'* 49. Gift ci the tithes 
of pannage and cheese, 52. 58. Lazar 
house established here, 58. Same and its 
possessicms bought up by Durefwd, 59. 
Valuation, measurements, &c. 69. 79. 

Herting (Hertyng) manor, yearly vsdue of 
thirds in (141 1) 10, 134. License to fortify 
same, 13, 107. See Harting. 

Hertley, Robert,abbot of Bayham, 9, 165.179. 

Hervey, lady, on the dubs of her day, 10, 40 
note. 

Hervey, lord, a successful intrigue of, 4, 164. 
165 note. See 15, 76. 79. 

Hervey, Sir W. of Ickworth, portrait, 25, 15. 

Hervynge, R. an esq. at Agincourt, 15, 130. 

Heryng, John, presentation, 17, 106. 

Heryngaud, see Heringaud. 

Heschapelia, one of the spellings of Shipley, 
9, 246. 

Hesman (or Hesmond) Frauds, walk-keeper, 
Ashdown forest, 14, 48. Lands, &c hdd 
by, allowances to, &c. 23, 255. 298. 303. 
304. 306. 

Hesman (or Hosman) Nicholas, land held 
and rent paid by, 23, 305. See 24, 205, 
209. 211. 

Hesse, Prince Otho, or Otto, of, 24, 120. Ex- 
penses of his visit to England, 121. 

Heth, John, land hdd and rent paid by, 23, 

307. 
Hetbe, Robert atte, proof-of-age juror, 12, s6. 



Hethe, Thomas, diurdi bequest by, 12, 107. 
Hethdand, site of the battle of Hastings, dt 

18. 20. 37. 
Heton, Sir Hexuy, first husband of Isabdia 

Monboocher, 14, 113. 
Hetsete, Alsdine James, parson of, 11, 100. 
Hever, family names derived from, 6, 86. 

Probable stem of the family, 87. 
Hewes, Dr. queen Mary's physidan, Richard 

Counter married to a grand-daughter of, 

23,3. 
Hewett, Richard, church bequest by, 12, 79. 

Hewitt (or Huctt) Rev. Dr. John, reviled by 
Cromwdl, 5, 90. Put to death, 91. 

Hewstare, H. merchant guildsman, 15, 173. 

Hexham, collection at Westboume for losses 
in, 22, 92. 

Hey (Hay) Herbert, " of Glync, esq." rent 
paid and land hdd by, 24, 25a 254. See 
250 note, 

Heydon, Fras. incumbent of Racton, 23, 16. 

Heylyn, Dr. on St. George's day, 4, 4. On 
Sir Bevis of Hampton, 32. On the sub- 
stitution of tables for altars, 252 note, 

Heyman, Goddaid, Salehurst, 25, 154. 

Heynes, John, sergeant of the catry, and W. 
Heynes, queen's purveyor of sea fish, 14, 85. 

Heyes, Gilbert de, proof-of-age juror, 12, 35. 

Heyshot, near Midhurst, earthworks at, 3, 
1 74. Granted to Tipper and Dawe, 13, 47. 
Churdi bdls, 16, 142. 149. 212. See 20, a8. 

Heyward, Ann, Hartfield, 24, 202. 

Heyward, John, Maresfidd, 24, 208. 

Hibbett, T. D. curious MS. communicated by, 

9,315- 
Hibbs, John, register of Gljmde, 20, 83. 

Hiberden, yearly value of lands in, lO, 130. 

Hichcock, Edward and Robert, trade tokens, 
24, 81 note. 126. 

Hickeringle, M. Sussex roads commr. 15, 146. 

Hickes, Thomas, Chiddingly, 14, 239. 

Hickes, W. Rotherbridge, arms of, 25, qSm 

Hickhaim, Thos. bdlfbunder, 16, 143. 196. 

Hicks, Charles, of Rye, information commu- 
nicated by, 9, 40 note, 362. 

Hicks, Molly, diarist Turner's second wife, 
his visits to and all-night sta3dngs with, 11, 
218. Their marriage, her expectarions, 
parentage, last of the name, &c. 219. 

Hicks, Richard, nonagenarian, 14, 247. 

Hidcstead (Hixted) manor, 11, 51. 

Hickstead place, settlement, and seat of the 
Stapleys at, 2, 102-104. 23, 37. Good 
cheer there, 38-40. Present and past con- 
dition of the mansion, its andent furniture^ 
ornamentation, &c. 43, 44. See 14, 150. 
18, 151. 155. 162. Stapley. Sussex gjoitlc- 
man. 

Hickstead Westover, porch at, 10, 60. 

Hidage, meaning of, 9, 230. 

Hide of land, definition of, 4, 74. 14, t$4» 



HIDE. 



[ 191] 



HILL. 



Traditional origrin, 9, 378 note. Its various 

dimensions, 25, 17 note. 
Hide abbey, subsidy levy on, 5* 235. 237. 
Hide, Chancellor, 5, 90. 
Hide, James, iron wedding gift to, 2» 217. 
Hide, John atte, baptismal sponsor, 12, 33. 
Hide, John, token of, 11, 175. 24, 133. 
Hide, John, mayor, Hastings (1698) 16, 184. 
Hide, Mr. (Seaford) " a minister of the town,*' 

suspicions entertained towards, 17, 149. 

Ralph Hide's share in a wreck, ihid. John 

and W. Hide at a wreck, 150. Names of 

the family on the musketeers* list, 152. 

Samuel Hide, jurat and bailiff, 155. 159. 
Hide, Robert, see Hyde, Robert. 
Hide, Samuel, bailiff, Seaford, inquest held by, 

7, 103. 
Hider, Henry, claim and disclaimer of, relative 

to his coat-armour, 9. 86 tiole. 
Hidney (Hydonye) 1, 15. Its present state, 16. 

See Lost Towns. 
Hiera fncra for the colic : how prepared^ &c. 

3» 141. 143, notes. 
Higanbotham, parson, arms quota, 11, 225. 
Higens, Edward, Seaford, offence committed 

by, 7, 96. 
Higgons, CapL Edward, 5, 37. 66 TWtef 181. 

Sussex sequestrator, 19, 92. 
Higgons, Edward, D.D. master of Holy 

Trinity college, Arundel, 22, 96. 
Higgons family, of Westburton, 12, 86. 
Higgons, Humfry, incumbent, Ditchling, 13, 

259. 
Higgons, W. verses toS. Jeake, sen. by, 13, 77. 

Higgons, Thomas, mayor of Rye, 14, 31 
note, 

Higate, Simon, Humphrey de Bohun's be- 
quest to, 20, 13. One of the executors, 14. 

Higden, John, bellfounder, 16, 173. iSo note. 
196. 

Higforde, John, trust joined in by, 17, 77. 

Higham next Winchelsea, 6, 66. Higham, in 
Salehurst, seat of the Luxfords, 24, 20. 

Higham Ferrers, inscribed heart at, 1, 130. 

Higham, E. knighthood composition, 16, 46. 

Higham, Robert of, Winchelsea, order con- 
cerning the ship of, 23, 23. 

** High beeches,*' Ashdown forest, recollections 
of the, 14, 61. 

High Cross and High Crouch, 10, 182. 

Highden, meaning in Sussex of, 19, 30. 

Highdown hill, earthworks at, 3, 174. 177. 
Weapons, &c. found by col. L. Fox, 24, 152. 

Hlghfield. near Salisbury, subterranean British 
village at, 24, 162. 

Highland, Mr. M.P. on the state of Chichester, 

5, 97 note. 

Highlands, Chiddingly, 14, 238. 

Highley, 16, 260. 

Highly manor, Chailey, borough English in, 

6, i8a« 



High roads in Sussex, 17th and i8th cbn- 
TURY, by rev. Edw. Turner, M.A. 19, 153- 
1 70. Ogilby's great road book *' Britannia " 
and its abridgments, 153-156. Route from 
London to Arundel set out, 157. Mud and 
other impediments : Daniel Defoe's Sussex 
experiences, 160. Places of interment made 
dependent on the state of the road, 161. 
Composition of the Roman roads in Sussex, 
161, 162. Estate in Kent given to the 
Sackvilles on account 6f the bad road to 
their Sussex home, 162. A bishop's warn- 
ing to a curate, ibid. London to Newhavea 
and Shoreham, 162-164. London to Rye, 
166. To Chichester, 167. Local objections 
to new roads : a squire of the old school, 
168, 169. 

Highshete (or H^shete) manor, yearly value 
(141 1) 10, 136. 

Highstead, Robert, Maresfield, 14, 152. 

High street, Hastings, 14, 66. 67. 67 note. 
Old houses in the street, 107. 

Hightown, Wadhurst, family seated at, temp. 
Rich. III. 9, 37 note. 

Highurst brook, 16, 251. 

Higliwaymen in Sussex, exploits and end of 
some of the, 23, 17, 18. 214-216. High- 
way robbery and maltreatment of a clergy- 
man, 24, 143. 

Highways, proceedings relating to, 16, 21.35. 
36. 41. 42. 43. Bequest for mending the, 
17,216. Ashdown forest highways, 24, 
209-211. See High roads. Roads. 

Highwode, Ralph, proof of age by, 12, 37. 

Hig^ngbottom, John, trade token, 24, 129. 

Hilary, bishop of Chichester, 8, 49. Pre- 
sumed discovery of his remains, with chalice, 
paten, ring, &c. 300. Church consecrated 
by him, 12, 115. His cartae baronum, 14^. 
Quarrel with the abbot, of Battel, 17, 34. 
See 9, 256. 15, 99. 

Hildebrand's arrangement of Anglo-Saxon 
coins, 20, 215-217. 219. 220. Mintagres 
on the Confessor's coins not mentioned by 
him, 221. 

Hilder, Edward, of Langney, rent paid and 
land held by, 24, 251. 257. 272. 

Hildei's farm, property of the Hicks family, 
11, 219. 

Hilders farm, Chiddingly, 14, 213. A query, 
2 14 note. 

Hill, Lady Alicia, sacristan and sub-prioress, 
Easeboume nunnery, 9, 22. Her deposi- 
tions at episcopal visitations, 23. 25. Com- 
plaint against her, 26. Submits to correc- 
tion, 27. 

Hill, Edward, land held and rent paid by the 
heirs of, 23, 290. 292. 

Hill, J. knighthood composition, 16, 50. 

Hill, John, of Nutknowl, 25, 167. Butcher 
Hill, 197. 



HILL. 



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HOBGEN. 



Hill, John atte, co-founder of a guild and 
chantry in Horsham, 22, 148. 

Hill, Mr. his fee for preaching, 1, 73. 

Hill, Mrs. touchpieoe of queen Elizabeth pos- 
sessed by, 25, 2T1 iiote. 

Hill forts of the Celtic Britons, no provision for 
water supply in the, 24, 149. 151. Views 
of various vmters as to their origin and 
nature, 150. 151. 

Hill street, Hastings, former name of, 14, 107. 

Hilland, " an unknown portion of a knight's 
fee," 12, 143. See Nyland. 

Hilles, Thomas, Maresfield, 14, 151. 

Hilleshers, Hylleshers, Ilesherssche, Andrew 
and John, 14, 212. 214. Local remem- 
brance of the name, 213. 214 note. 

Hillingdon, Middlesex, curious baptismal 
entry in the register of, 4, 250 note* 

Hillman, Josiah, inter natandum suhmersus, 

18,85. 
Hillman, Robert, architectural character of the 

house of, 13, 37. 
Hills, Gordon M. Papers by : — 
On Hardham priory, 18, 54-59« 
On the church of West Hampnett, Sussex, 
chiefly in reference to its Roman re- 
mains, 21, 33-43- 
On Steyning church, 22, 2-7. 
J[3hurch restoroi by him, 17, 206. 
H I LLS, William (curator, Chichester museum) 
on the stone bearing a Roman inscription 
found, 1723, at Chichester, 7, 61-63. 11, 
136. Antiquities, seals, &c. exhibited by, 

8, 295, 296. 333. On a bronze ligula, 
24, 295. On a coin of Alfred, 298. 

Hilton, Elizabeth, quakeress, 16, 78. 

Hilton, H. knighthood composition, 16, 49. 

Hilton, John and wife, registry entry of the 
simultaneous burial of, 23, 68. 

Hilton, T. prebendaty, Hollington, 13, 143. 

Hilton, Sir William, knight, certificate rela- 
tive to the Whitfelds joined in by, 19, 84. 

Hincliffe, Rev. Mr. robbed and bound to a 
stump, 24, 143. 

Hind head Heath, highway robbeiy on, 23, 
215. 

Hind, John, inducted into a non-juror*s bene- 
fice, 11, 42. 

Hinde (or Hine) Edw. rector of Twineham 
(1654-85) suit between R. Stapley and, 2, 
109, no. ii0 7io/e. 112. His death, char- 
acter, &c. 112. 18, 152. Bee 23, 45. 

Hinde, J. Hodgson, on Cerdic*s landing and 
the site of Cerdicesora, 11, 223 note, 12, 263. 

Hindleap, Hindover, derivation of the names, 

9, 126. Hind leap lodge and walk, Ash- 
down forest, >4, 48. 23, 220. Parlia- 
mentary survey, 254, 255. 297. 298. 24, 
196. 

Hindley (Hindly) John, token, 18, 164. 24, 
129. 



Hinson, Rev. Mr. maltreated by the parlia- 
mentarians, 5, 78, 79. 

Hinton, William, lands sold by, 24, 237. 

Hipkin, Mr. of Racton house, 23, 1 7. 

Hipsley, T. agent for lord Goring, 19, 98. A 
" greedy, unfaythful steward," 99, 100. 

Hirry, John, Brambletye chapel resigned by, 
20, 136. 

Hitchcocke, Augustine, subsidy commissioner 
(1621) 24, 76. See Hichcock. 

Hitchins, William, co-grantee of Chiddingly 
tithes, 14, 236. 

Hithe, anciently the site of a river's mouth, 6, 
97. See Hythe. 

Ho, Edrich de, an ancestor of the Hoos, 8, 
104. ** The plain called Ho," 11, 103. See 
Hoo. 

Hoad, William, certificated for royal touch, 
25, 209. 

Hoadacre, in AJdwick, 25, 117. 

Hoade, Henry, Ashdovni forest, 14, 44. 

Hoadly, bishop, a doughty assailant of, 4, 164. 

Hoar apple trees and Hoar stones as boundary 
marks, 6, 37. 37 note, 25, 142 note. 

HoARB, REV. Henry Rosehurst [not Esq, 
as on p. 221, vol. IL] Papers by : — 

Historical and architectural notices of 

May field palace, 2, 22i-24((. 
On the church of St. Thomas h Becket, 
Framfield, and on the ancient parish 
gentry, 4, 291-304. 
Notes on the church of St. Margaret, 
Buxted, 9, 208-222. 5m 12, 5. 

Hoare (or Hore) James, of the mint, 25, 114. 

Hoare, Sir Richard Colt, bart. on an ancient 
British urn, 1,56. On iron relics found in 
Somerset, 2, 262. Celtic vases figured 
by, 16, 58, 59. On certain inclosures on 
the Wiltshire downs, 24, 159. On barrows, 
tumuli, &c. 1, 151. 155. 157. 5, 211. 
9, no. 113-115. See 2, 269. 

Hoare's bank sign, 16, 305. Hoare see Hore. 

Hoathly, fee East Hoathly. Hothlegh. Hothly. 
West Hoathly. 

Hobbe, John, mayor of, and M.P. for Chi- 
chester, 24, 67. 

Hobbeficard's relict, 20, 58. 

Hobbes, John, rent granted to Michelham 
priory by, 6, 136. 

Hobbes, a traveller, relieved, 25, 187. 

Hobbesse, Norfolk, and the Hautbois family, 
11, 51 note. 

Hobbye, William, chantiy rent charged on, 

23, 32. 

Hobden, Susan, last occupant of a famous 
house, 14, 109. 

Hobelers, manorial tenants so called, 6, 138. 
Service by provi^ng holvLariif 12, 30 note. 

Hobey, W. first M.P. for Seaford, 17, 144. 

Hobgen, Elizabeth and William, church be- 
quests by, 12, 94. 



HOBIE. 



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HOLDEN. 



Hobie, Hoby, Sir Philip, master of the ord- 
nance to Edw. VI. 10, 199. Special duty 
assigned to him, 200. 

Hoboome (Howboume), furnace at, 18, 16. 

Hobson, Francis, trade token, 24, 81 n. 126. 

Hobson, Jacob, armada contribution, 1, 37. 

Hobson, Jamys, and James, 14, 82. 88. 108. 

Hobson, John, Maresfield, charitable bequests 
of, 14, 169. 

Hoc Monday, 14, 58. Hock day, 73 note» 

Hochangre, Jacobus de, tenure of lands held 
by, 22, 200. 

Hochekis, John, B.D. rector of Denton, 9^ 97. 
Arms quota, 11, 227. 

Hockenbury panne, 16, 27 a. 

Hocton, William de, payment by, for the pur- 
chase of another man's wife, 12, 152. 

Hoddens, old Hastings family name, 14, 86. 

Hodges, John, 12, 52 note, 

Hodges, Thomas, certificated for the royal 
touch, 25, 209. 

Hodgskins, W. Sussex roads commr. 15, 146. 

Hodgrson, Bamabye, ironmaster, 14, 159. 

Hodgson, Susannah, 20, 61. The family, 
61 Tiote, 

Hodgson, or Hodson, William, bishop Tre- 
vor's steward, 20, 73. 89. 

HodgsoR, of Poundsley and Tickridge, notice 
of the family of, their estates, arms, &c. 4, 
303. Hodgsons (or Hodsons) Sussex iron- 
workers, 3, 244. 18, 15. 19, 206. 

Hodingeford, or Nodingeford, gprant to Bay- 
ham abbey of lands in, 9, 152-155. 

Hodinges, Thurston de, land griven to Bay- 
ham by, 9, 156. Its site, 157. 14, 125. 

Hodlegh (Hodlygh, Hodeleigh, Hothly) one 
of the five boroughs of Robertsbridge, 8', 
167. Yearly value of lands (141 1) 10, 
142. Nonconformity and subsequent con- 
formity of the preacher, 12, 260. 

Hodlegh, William de, Chiddingly, 14, 213. 

Hodl^y ftfaurice de, proof -of -age juror, 12, 26. 

Hodson (Hodgson) furnace held by, 3, 244. 

Hodsons, bellfomiders, 16, 163. 174. 196. 

Hodson, Miles, arms quota of, 11, 227. 

Hodson, Mrs. a descendant of the Scrases, 

8,5. 

Hody, John, joint assignee of Hamsey, 17, 76. 

Hoe, in Sussex place-names, 7, 9* 14. 16. 

Hoese, Hosatus, Hosee, Husee, Husey, Hus- 
sey, original seat of the family of, 8, 44. 
Fief held in Normandy, further varieties of 
the name (Hosu, Hosse, Hosa, Heuze, 
Housdo, Heusse, &c.) 44, 45. Authorities 
for the pedigree, 45. Arms, the pedigree 
set out, notices of some of the family named 
therein, 46-48. Rebel members restored to 
their possessions and to royal favour, 48, 49. 

Hoese, Gcoffry, grant to Dureford abbey by, 

8, 57- 78- 
Hoese, Henry (nine of the name) founders 



of, and benefactors to Dureford abbey, 8, 
42.44. 49. 50. SI. 52. 56. 57. 58. "Sir 
Henry, lord of Harting," 64. 

Hoese, Hubert, rector of Rog^te, 8, 56. Sir 
Hubert, 78. 

Hoese, Matthew, 8, 57. Vexatious claim 
made by the Dureford canons on, 58. Half 
manor given by him to them, 78. 

Hoese, Walter, benefactor to Dureford, 8, 51. 
Money gift by him, 77, 

Hoese, William, encroachments of the Dure- 
ford canons condoned by, 8, 66. 67. 

Hogarth's " Strolling players," 12, 266. 

Hogat, Anthony, arms quota of, 11, 227. 

Hogesfleshe, W. tenement held by, 20, 28. 

Hogge, Alice, Rye baron's widow, 17, 125. 

Hogge, Ralph, ordnance founder, Buxted, 1, 
II. 77 note. 2, 183. Rebus over his door, 
184. Names of Hogge and Huggett con- 
founded, ibid. His complaint of the in- 
fringement of his patent, 3, 240. See 3, 
242. 14, 44. 159. 18, 68. See Hugg^ett. 

Hoggeman, Thomas, proof of age by, 12, 41. 

Hogget, Huggett, Antony, vicar of Glynde, 
20, 75. Rector of Cliffe, Lewes, 76. 

Hoggeweller, Maresfield, 14, 155. 

Hogg's Picturesque Views, Dudeney chapel 
figured in, 23, 209, 328. 

Hognel time, entries in Bolney church accounts 
relative to, 6, 247. 248. Derivation of the 
term, the season, &c. 248 note. 

Hoke, Richard, 14, 212. Locality identified 
with his name, 213. 

Hoke, Simon, prebend of Marlpas, 13, 145. 

Hoke, Thomas, burial direction of, 12, 98. 

Hoker, bequest of a share in a, 7, 81 note. 

Hokere, William, Rye baron, 17, 135. 

Hoker's manuscript, Exeter, account of the 
poor man's parlour in, 23, 127. 

Holbache, Hugh, prebendary of Hoo, Nin- 
fidd and Wartling, 13, 144. 

Holbeam, William, fined for an act of ** bro- 
therly love," 16, 75, 76. Sent to prison, 78. 

Holbein, a guest at Cowdray, 5, 182. Por- 
trait by him at Patfaam, 25, 13. 

Holbem, Hollebem, John, charter witnessed by, 
22, 119. 121. An old Sussex name, 120. 

Holben, Thomas, prior of Michelham, 6, 
148. 149. 

Holcom, John, correspondent of Samuel 
Jeake, senr. 13, 77. 

Holcote, Helias, rector of Rotherfield, 13, 306. 

Holcroft, Henry, derk, 2, 117. Pisirticulars 
relating to him, 117 note. 

Holden, F. 25, 184. James Holden, 178. 
Old Holden buried, 181. 

Holden, Johan, odd bequest in favour of, 3, 
114. 

Holden, Ralph, ship delivered up to, 23, 25. 

Holden, Richard, Pakyns manor enfeoffed by, 

111 74. 



HOLDBN. 



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BOLLOCK. 



Holden, Richard, and John Holemany knight- 
hood compositions, 16, 50. 48. 

Hole house, andent residence of the Kidders, 
9, ia6, 127. 

Hole, Jane, sister of St. Marjr's hospital, 24, 54. 

Hole, Simon at, pedigree of, 9, 138. 

Holeford, in Isefdd, 12, 36. 

Holes, Andrews, keeper of ^e privy seal, 18, 

S3' 

Holewych, Nicholas de, benefactor to Michel- 
ham, 5, 136. 

Holford, R. S. mansion of, Maresfield, 14, 147. 

Holhurst, John, tenement held by, 20, a8. 

Holhurst, Ric de, proof of age by, 12, 33. 

Holinshed, the chronicler, historic event not 
noticed by, 3,115. His Battel abbey roll, 
6, 6. 7. 8. On Caxie's rising, 18, 17. si. 
On the treatment of Scots as foreigners, 
19, 84. His account of lord Dacre's fatal 
adventure, 173. His descripdon of the 
Ems, 23, I. 

Holland, naval victory over Spain by, 4, 277. 
Military service taken by Englishmen and 
Scotsmen under, 11, 20-22. 

Holland, one, of Southampton, arrested for 
treason, treatment of, 21, 78. Hanged at 
Tyburn, 79 note, 

Holland, Dr. on the peculiarities of the Lavant, 

1, 149- 
Holland, rev. Dr. appendage to the prebend 

of, 3, I la 

Holland, Frances, redemption of the Ashburn- 
ham estate by, 24, 3. 

Holland, John, duke of Exeter, 2, 22. 18, 148. 

Holland, John, land claimed by Lord Dorset 
in right of, 23, 235. 

Holland, Mary, certificated for the royal touch, 
25, 209. 

Holland, bon. Mrs. of Burwash, mansion of, 
21, 114. 

Holland, rev. Dr. Samuel, rector of Poynings, 
memoir of his parish by, 15, i. When 
admitted to the living, 31. His additions 
to the parsonage, 32. Inscription to him- 
self and wife, 231. 

Holland, Thomas, earl of Kent, arms of , 9, 357 . 

Holland, Rkv. Thomas Aoar, A.M. Account 
of Po3mings by, 15, 1-56. Verses on the 
Lavant by, 16, 262. On a relic found at 
Poynings, 311. 

Holland, Wm. (of Steyning) armada con- 
tribution, 1, 33. 

Holland, William, grammar school founded 
by, 5, 125. 16, 240. 18, 107. 

Holland's notes to Camden's Britannia, re- 
ligious house mentioned in, 10, 213. 

Hollandes, John, Hastings, 14, 96. 

Hollands, name obnoxious to parson Eades, 
14, 250. 

Hollands, W. cinque port baron, 15, 193. 

Hollar, Sussex etchings by, 5, 14. 41, 53 note. 



His sad career after his patron's death, 40 
noie. His view of Arandel, 11, 92. 

Hollebem, see Holbem. 

HoUebond, William, Seaford, condition of 
grant of commonage to, 17, 157. 

Holies, Denzil, lord and his wives, 18» 105. 

I3«- 
Hollibone, John, and Barbara Rowe, registry 

entry of the marriage of, 24, 91. 

HolUng, local and personal names with the 
prefix of, 21, 139. 

HoUingbury castle or camp, earthworks of, 3, 
175. 176. 177. 181. Evidences of Druid 
occupation, 183. Origin of its name, 184. 
Period assigned to it by Hotsfield, 24, 150. 
Evidences of a flint factory, 152. See 147. 

Hollington (Holingtune, Holyngton) 6, 18. 
Valuation (1649) 5^* Axmuity charged on 
the manor, 9, 218. Blanor granted to Sir 
E. Dalyngruge, 289. Yeariy value (141 1) 

10, 142. The church figured on a Battel 
token, 10, 207. Incumb^t's arms quota, 

11, 226. Chapel and tithes, 13, 137. Pre- 
bendary and prebend, 141. 143. Value of 
rents temp. Hen. VIII. 176. Church bdls, 

16, 146. 166. 212. Battel abbey lands, 

17, 9. Crown presentations to prebend and 
parish, 21, 56. 58. 62. Chief freeholder 
(1734) and his present representative, 23» 
77. 5«f 14, 81. Ill, 112 7iofes. 115. 

Hollington, Contributions towards a 
Parochial History of, by Rev. S. Amott ; 
yiith Additions by W. D. Cooper, F.SJL» 
21f 138- 1 58. Local and geologic^ position, 

138. Origin of the name; surnames of 
long stand^g ; rectory and rectory hoase, 

139. Particulars, diiefly testamentaiy, 
relating to some of the incumbents, 139- 
144. Evidences militating against Lord 
Macaulay's dictum, 144. The church, 
absence of monuments to persons buried 
in it, 145. Question as to the free chapel 
of St. Leonards, 146. Documentary entries 
relative to it, 147. 155, 156. Mansions of 
** Castlcham'* and "High Beech," 14J8- 
Grove House and the Eversfields, wills of 
some of the Eversfield family, 148-152. 
Lunsford wills, 152. Names assessed to 
the poor rate (1663) 153. List of incum- 
bents and patrons (1397- 1867) 154. Col- 
lection for distressed Protestants in Irdand 
(1642) 156. Lay subsidies (1296. 1327) 

iS7» 158. 
Hollis, Thomas, endeavours of, to procure a 

portrait of John Hampden, 20, 69. 
Hollist armsy inn sign, 10, 187. 
Hollist, Haslar, transcript of document lent 

by, 20, 30. His remembrance relative to 

loid Montague's drowning, 208, 209. 
HoUock, William, of South Mailing, rent paid 

and lands held l^y, 24, 252. 259. 26x. 



HOLLOWAY. 



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HONERVETON. 



Holloway, alias Hobby, 25» 193. 

Holloway, William, citations from, or refer- 
ences to, his histories of Rye and Romney 
marsh, 2, 168. 207. 4, loi. 5, 190, 
10, 95. 12, 160 note. 13, 64 note, 66. 
77. 233 note, 17, 123. 128. 135. 179. 
On the sign of '* Ball's hut," 11, 228. 
Ancient flagon given by him and his wife 
to Rye church, 13, 2C^. His plea for the 
river Ems, 16, 263. On the Spittle lands, 
^yc> 304* On the " cobbler's china,** Rye, 
20, 223, 224. His death, writings, &c. 
22, 185, 186. His personal reminiscences 
of Cowdray, 186-189. 

Hollyer, ancient name, Hastings, 14, 86. 

HoUyer, Richard, monumental brass, 23, 164. 

Hollyhurst, Burwash, seat of the Misses 
Trower, 21, 114. 

Holnif in Sussex place-names, 7t 9. 16. 

Holman, ancient name, Hastings, 14, 86. 

Holman, Barbara, afterwards Harding, sub- 
sequently Hartshome, 13, 65 note, 

Holman fainily, 25, 104. Various spellings 
of the name, arms, &c. 105. 

Holman, Geffreye, old-time bequest of, 3y 1 12. 

Holman, John, brass to, 23, 1 70. 

Holman, Robert, overseer of parson Eady's 
will, 14, 250. 

Holmden, John, parish pay to, 20) 103. 

Holmden, vndow, the like, 20, loi. 

Holme, de la, land given to Dureford for the 
rent of a pair of white gloves, 8, 51. 

Holme Pierpoint, or Pierrcpoint, lordship of, 

ll»S3-5S-<5i. 
Holmes, Richard, Arundel, 12, 66. 
Holmes, Richard, of Burpham, arms of, 26, 96. 
Holmes, William, what he v^as heard to say, 

7, 225. 
Holmesdale, a seat of the Wilsons, \iew of, 

11,9. 
Holmesdale in Fletching, 14, 146. 

Holmesdale, viscount, gift to Lewes castle 

museum by, 18, 62. 

Holmeshurst, old mansion at Burwash, 21, 

113. 

Holmestrowe (Holmestreuwe, Holmstrough) 
hundred, subsidy assessments (1296) 2, 
296-298 (1621) 9, 76. Yearly value(i4i i) 
10, 132. Query, 11, 229. Common- 
wealth parliamentary survey, 23, 220. 231. 
Common fines or rents, 233. Site of the 
court leet, 235. Written Hallmtstry, 236. 
Parishes in the hundred, 233 note. 

Holms, Mr, designated successor to Mr Ser- 
gison, 25, 77. 

Holms hill, one of the Chiddingly seven hills, 
14, 207. Langham's land near, 239. 

Holmsted furnace, 18, 16. 

Holmstreet farm, Roman road, supposed 
mausoleum, &c. at, 11, 140, 141. Roman 
foundations, pigs of lead, &c. 142. 



Holmwood, Mr. small-pox precaution against, 
12. 47 note. 

Holne, John, proof of age by, 12, 40. 

Holney, Richard, parson, arms quota, 11,2 26. 

Holney, William, sea wasted burgages held 
by, 25, 117. 

Holond, R. bequest by R. Borrtf to, 19» 184. 

Holt, in Sussex place-names, 7» 9. 16. 

Holt, chief justice, 14, 59. 

Holt, John, Salehurst, 25» 154. 

Holt, Miss, on bracelets, celts, &c found in 
1805, at Eastbourne, 15, 241, 242. 

Holt, Stephen, joint-executor of William 
Laaman's will, 25, 148. 

Holt, Thomas, teetotsd pedestrian, 18, loi. 

Holt, R. de, inquisition juror, 20, 8. 

Holter, John, jun. of Lewes, 13, 30. 

Holter, John, Lewes, bell donor, 16, 190. 

Holveye, John, proof of age by, 12, 34* 

Holwood Hill, Roman road to, 11, 128. 

Holybrade, disputed meaning of, 14, 155. 

Holy bread (" Holebreds") payments at Bolney, 
6, 244. Prayer book directions original 
and altered, temp, Edw. VI. 244 note. 

Holybrede land, Northeye, 19, 13, 14. 

Holy Cross, dedication of churdles to, 25* 
120 note. Holy Ghost, pictorial representa- 
tion of the, 24, 169. 

Holy Mountain in the Garden of Eden, 22, 75* 

Holyndale, Giles, proof of age by, 12, 36. 

Holyndale, M.P. for East Grinstead, 20, 154. 

Holy Trinity college, Arandel, pension and 
rent charge held by, 22, 96. 97. 

Holy Trinity chantry, Horsham, its founder, 
possessions, &c 153-156. 

Holy water basin discovered in Maresfield 
church, 14, 144. 

Holywell, Eastbourne, character of the water 
of, 14, 125. 

Homage under the feudal system, 12, 143. 

Homard, John, dyer, Lewes, 16, 81. 

Homas, R. ship's constable Hastings, 14, 70. 

Home, R.fraitless search made by, 12, 208. n. 

Homeland, brooks rising at, 16, 251. 

Homer, simile drawn from the iron foundry 
by, 2, 263. Nature of the mills referred 
to by, 5, 267 note, A Sussex tradesman's 
estimate of his Odyssey, 11, 188. 2i8« 
Parallel to the dispute about his birthplace, 
14, 39. Acquaintance of his heroes with 
bronze, 173. 

Homewodes of Plumpton, 18, 40. 

H^^mewood, Edward, of Lewes, 13f 30. 

Homewood, Mrs. old custodian of Mayfield| 
21, 21. The " nasty furriners," 22. 

Homildon Hill, battle of, 20, 123. Defeat 
of the Scots, 126. 

Homsey, John, epithet bestowed on Sir Hugh 
Halsham by, 22, 9. 

Honer, G. knighthood composition, 16, 49. 

Honerveton, Geoifry de, 14, 185. 



HONESTAN. 



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HOOPER. 



Honestan (Hunsdon or Hunston) church and 
mill given to Bozgrove priory, 15, 89. 91. 
Valuations, 119, lao. See Hunston. 

Honewyke, Walter de, locality identified with 
the name, 14, 213. 

Honey, 3, 137. 148. How to make mead, 138. 

Honey wood, general, 15, 79. Bee Honiwode. 
Honywood. 

Honi, Mr. gift to South Bersted poor, 24, 175. 

Honiwode, James, pnorof Lewes, 3, 203. 

Honorius, emperor, Christian symbols on the 
tomb of, 2, 282. Coin of found, 18, 2. 

Honorius II, pope, possessions certified to the 
templars by, 9, 247. Decree for protection 
of Dureford abbey issued by, 8, 159. 

Honorius III. pope, bull of exemption granted 
to the abbot of Bayham by, 9, 171. Dis- 
pute set at rest by his deputies, 259. 

Honours and lordships, distinctive features of, 
14, 41. HonoTf as a manorial title, 21, 
1 1 7. Cruise's definition : another explana- 
tion, 119, 120. 

Honwyne, John, special bequests of wearing 
apparel by, 4, 204, 205. 

Hony (or Holy) well, elucidatory remark on, 

24, 196 note, 

Honyc (or Honey) John, Henry Marshall's 
legacy to, 13, 52. Residence of his family, 
52 note, 

Honywood, Edmund, of Sunningly, arms of, 

25, 96. 

Honywood, comet Philip, at the famous Charl- 
ton fox chase, 15, 80, 81 • 

Honywood, John, his account of a find of an- 
tiquities at Rusper, 9, 303-305. 

Honywood, Thomas (not yokn, as in voLxi) 
Roman coins and tesserae possessed by, 11, 
145. British gold coins and Sussex traders' 
tokens in his collection, 18, 69. 163. 164. 
24, 123 note. On an ancient hammer- 
head from Roughey, and other antiquities, 
195. On a case of pressing to death at 
Horsham, 19f 123, 124. Discovery of 
medieval pottery by, 20, 194-197. On 
his recent barrow diggings, 22, 189. 192. 
His services to local archaeology, recent 
finds, &c. 23, 210. 

Hoo, Hou, or Hooe ; fate of the painted glass 
of the church, 1, 10. Nonse return, 59. 
61. Its con(^tion after Hastings fight, 2, 
157. Valuation (1649) ^f 5^* l^son's 
arms quota, 11, 226. Crown presentations 
to vicarage and prebend, 12, 258. 21, 60. 
61. 62. Endowments of the prebend, 13, 
144. The poor, 16, 42. Quaint bell in- 
scriptions, &c. 191. 194. 213. Manor and 
priory, 299. Battel abbey lands in Hoo 
marsh, 17, 30. Brasses in the church, 23, 
164, 165. See 15, 157. 17, 9. 57. 60. 
177. 19, 14. 19- 23. Ninfield. Pairlia- 
mentary survey, see BoLhill. 



Hoo FAMILY, 8, 97. Its origin, Beds and 
Herts branches, &c. 104. Marriage of a 
Sussex heiress by Sir Thomas de Hoo : pro- 
perty acquired and posts of honour enjoyed 
by him, 105. Dbtinguished career of his 
son Sir William, 106-108.' Issue of Sir 
Wm. his seal and motto, portrait m Mnl- 
barton church, &c. 108, 109. Thomas his 
son, an Agincourt hero, 109, no. Thomas 
(afterwards lord) Hoo, appointed chan- 
cellor of France, his military exploits, diplo- 
matic eminence, &c. i lo-i 15. Peerage con- 
ferred on him, his subsequent services and 
death, 11 6- 118. His marriages and issue, 
118,119. His will, 1 19-12 1. Hisarmorial 
bearings, 122. His half-brother, also a 
Thomas, and his devotion to Hen. VI. bene- 
factions to Battel, &c. 122-126. His seal, 
local eminence, death without issue, last male 
of his line, &c. 1 28. The Hoo tomb described, 
128, 129. Pedigree, 130, 131. Gifts by 
the Hoosto Battel abbey, 17, 20, 21. Casts 
from the Hoo tomb, Horsham, 18, 71. 
Manorial dispute between the Hoos and the 
Pelhams, 21, 127. See 15, 58. ^ 

Hoo, John, proof of age by, 15, 58. 

Hoo, John, died at Harfleur, 15, 135. 

Hoo, Lady de, yearly value of lands held by 
(1411)10,145. 

Hoo, Margaret de, acknowledgment of debt 
by (14 1 9) 10, 212. 

Hoo, Sir Thomas, afterwards lord Hastings, 
4, 151. 8, 116. 13, 140. 15,9. Knight 
at Agincourt, 135. Supposed brass to, 23, 
165. See 25, 106. Hoo family. 

Hoo, Thomas, co-founder of a guild and 
chantry in Horsham, 22, 148. One of the 
patrons, 159. 

Hoo, Walter, burial of, 12, 27. 

Hoo, Wm. de, siege joined in by, 18, 144. 

Hoo (or Howe) William, rector of Waldron, 
13, 86. 

Hoode, Samuel, Maresfidd, 14, 161, 162. 

Hoodshall furnace, 18, 15. 

Hoofe, Roger, vicar of Seaford, 17, 160. 

Hookf in Sussex place-names, 7, 9. 17. 

Hook wood, Chiddingly,14, 213. 

Hook, Thomas, of Chichester, royalist com- 
position paid by, 19, 94. 

Hook, Walter Farquhar, dean of Chichester, 
on the character of Simon de Wells, 22, 
184 note. See 18, 90. 

Hooke, John, Maresfield, 24, 208. 

Hooke, Richard, copyholder, Buxted, 23, 309. 
24, 200. 216. 

Hooke, Secunda, executrix to her two hus- 
bands, land held and claimed by, 24, 237. 

Hooker, Richard, the " judicious," 13, 86. 

Hoop petticoat, suicide prevented by a, 10, 38. 

Hooper, George, of Mayfield, arms of, 25, 96. 

Hooper, J. publication by, 18, 109. 



HOOPING. 



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HORSFIELD. 



Hooping cough, queer remedy for» 23, 71. 
Hope parish, non-resident barons in, 17t 69. 
Hope, A. J. Beresford, F.S.A. church antiqui- 
ties exhibited by, 8, 302, 303. 
Hope, Edward, East Hothly, chosen "elec- 
tioner," 11, 185. Elected parish surveyor, 
212. His character as sketched by diarist 
Turner, iHd. 
Hope, Mr. on ancient dedication festivals, 1, 

93 note, 
Hoper, G. Ashdown forest map lent by, 14, 49. 
HoPER, Rev. Henry, on mural paintings in 
Portslade church, 1, 161 -163. OnSteyning 
priory, 5, 117. Celts found by, 16, 294. 
Hoper, John, total demolition of Lewes 
priory prevented by, 1, 8. On Borough 
English manors in Sussex, 6, 175. 
Hoper, John, or Richard, letter on public 
affairs in 1632 from, 4, 226. Settlement 
of the family in Sussex, 227. 
Hoper, Mr. on Mr. Butler's apparition, 14, 34. 
Hopemot, grant to Hastings priory of lands 

in, 13, 169. 
Hopkins, parliamentary lieutenant, e£fect of a 

wheatear pie on, 11, 28. 
Hopkinson, William, minister of Salehurst, 
25, 1 54. Puritan christian names of two 
of his children, 156. 
Hopper, Clarence, result of his researches in 

re Bemardi, 17f 210, 211. 
Hop-pickers at Halland, and their pole-pullers 

nick-cloth, 11, 192. 
Hop-ride, a disastrous, 9, 205. Ornamental 
memorial of an abundant hop-harvest, 211, 
212. 
Hops, when and whence introduced into Eng- 
land, 21, 9. III. 
Hopton, Sir Arthur, Yoxford, Suffolk, 7, 42 n. 
Hopton, Sir Ralph, afterwards lord, royalist 
general, 1, 112 note. Invited to lead the 
Sussex royalists, 14, 151. His march on 
and surprise of Arundel castle, 57. 60. 
Attempt in which he failed, 62. See 5, 55. 
56. 19y 105. 118. 
Horace, application of maxims of, 11, 224. 

23, 200. 
Horae and illuminated service books exhibited 

at Chichester, 1853, 8, 324. 
Horde, E. prior, Hinton Charterhouse, 13, 264. 
Hordene, Goudhurst, given to Bayham, 9,155- 
Hordley (West Hothly) furnace at, 18, 16. 
Hore, John, lands granted to and disposed of 
by, 22, 119. 120. 122. Origin of the 
modem name Hoare, 1 20. 
Hore, William, merchant guildsman, 15, 173. 
Horeapeltre common, 25, 142. See Hoar- 
apple. 
Horeham, legend connected with the church 
field at, 13, 87. 226. Its extinct manor, 
88. Successive possessors of same, 100, 
loi. Horeham mansion, its present occu- 



pier, &c. loi. 103. 16, 292. Exemplifica- 
tion of recovery of the manor, 14, 217. 
MS. lately preserved at, 18, 14. The Dykes 
of Horeham, 23, 188. Common fine on 
the township, 241. 

Horen, Vincent de, order concerning men cap- 
tured by, 23, 30. 

Horley, meeting of streams at, 16, 269. 

Horlock, John, vicar, Eastbourne, 14, 130. 

Hormere, John, prior of Calceto, 11, 108. 

Horn, silver, worn by Druse females, the 
scriptural allusion " horn exalted," &c. 8, 
282. Sounder and vrinder of the cinque 
ports *' home of saylence," 12, 164. 181. 

Horn used for calling town assemblies, 14, 
72 note. See Copthome. 

Horn, Richard, subsidy juror, Midhurst, 20, 
7. M.P. for Midhurst, 7 note. 

Homam, major, conduct of the ** malignants " 
relative to, 5, 86. 

Hornbooks exhibited at Chichester (1853) 8» 

Slit 3^^' 
Hornby family, acquisition of Lordington by 

the, 21, 88. Exploits of Admiral Hornby, 

ibid note. 

Homdeane manor purchased by Peter Court- 
hope, 11, 67. 

Home, Robert, inquisition juror, 20, 8. 

Home, Roger de, injunctioH relative to the 
Jews laid on, 9, 16 i. 

Horner, John, incumbent, Racton (15 13) 23, 

IS- 
Hom-geldf a probable relic of, 6, 228. Its 

meaning, 9, 230. 
Horns, Homchurch, and the eultus of Diana, 

15, 162. Homy gate, 24, 194. 
Horscraft, Eliz. anabaptist, *' as is reputed," 

14, 247. Longevity of another of same 

name, ibid. 
Horse, local names with the prefix of, 21, 19 !• 
Horsebridge, course of stream from, 15, 159. 
Horseload, statutory weight of a, 8, 203 note. 
Horselunges, old family seat of the Deve- 

nishes, 24, 265 note, 25, 106. 
Horsemonden, monumental brass at, 6, 44. 

Manor given to provide a chaplain, 9, 155. 
Horsendown Green, smuggler born and gib- 
beted at, 10, 85. 89. 
Horses, churches desecrated by, 4, 252. 253. 

Sumptuary laws relative to the keeping and 

breeding of, 8, 139. Value of in the last 

century, 23, 52. Corrective note, 24, 299. 

Quaint advertisements for recovery of stolen 

horses, 24, 140. 
Horseshoes and nails; quantities sent from 

Sussex by royal order, 2, 178. 17, 117. 
Horseye or Horsye, yearly value of lands in, 

10, 145. Tithe of Horseye chapel, 14, 

215. Horseye and Homseye, 19, 3, 4. 
Horsfidd, Thomas Walker, Sussex historian ; 

his mistake relative to Chalvington church, 



HORSHAM. 



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HORSTED. 



2f 287. On the site of Anderisio, 315. 
On the origin of A. Borde's "Wise men of 
Gotham/* 6, 207. Source of his account 
of Southover priory, 9, 335. His explana- 
tion of the dragon of St. Leonard's forest, 
13» 234. On old usages, 231. On Battel 
deanery, 17, 34. On the shields of arms 
in Otehall windows, 19, 62. On an ancient 
road at Glynde, 20, 51. • On Glynde 
church, 81. On the remains at Bramble- 
tye, 137. His statement relative to West- 
bourne church, 22, 78. His funny mis- 
translation of a passage in Domesday, 79 
note. On the hill forts, 24, 150. Illus- 
trative or corrective references, 1, 3. 6. 5, 
275. 10,62.151. 12,10.121. 13,100. 
158. 14, 64. 70 note, 122. 123 note, 136. 
.164. 259. 16, 188 note. 235. 236. 263. 
21, 25. 109. 117. 121. 131. 134. 23, 
144- 155. 208. 

Horsham church given to Rusper priory, 5, 
246. Its revenues, 247. 252. Chantries, 
258 note, Braose and Hoo tombs, 8, 97. 
128. Halsham arms in the church win- 
dows, 9, 369. 24, 34. Dedication, 12, 
106. Crown and early presentations, 12, 
258. 17, 104. 21, 62. Anthony Cop- 
ley's freak, 14, 264. Bells, bell inscrip- 
tions, &c. 16, 195. 213. SL Mark's bell, 
232. Monumental brasses, 23, 165. Death 
of the minister, 25, 191. 

Horsham, Edw. I. at, 2,151,152. Traders 
then fined for short weights, &c ibid. At- 
tempted legislation against iron mills, 211. 
Edw. II. at, 6, 48. Aspect of the town in 
1750, 8, 255. Bishop Praty's visitation 
halt, 9, 9. Rising of the royalists, 56 note. 
Its M.P. (jn 13 1 3) 73 note. Inquests on the 
templars' possessions, 239. 242. 262. Smug- 
glers convicted, 10, 91, 93. Hthes, &c 
given to Sele priory, 115. 119. 127. Yearly 
value of thirds, &c. in the borough (141 1) 
138. 139. 140. Inn sign, 187. Eighteenth 
century token, 208. The Borrers (or 
Boures) long settled at, 11, 80. Its M.P. 
(in 1320) 80, 81 notes. Traders' tokens, 11, 
175. 176. 18, 163, 164. 24, 129. 
Assizes held at, and why, 10, 213. 11, 182. 
12, 27 Tiote, Clergymen prisoners in the 
jail, 11, 194. Gift to the poor, 12, 28. 
Character of country between Hastings and, 
14, 40. Once the seat of a guild, 15, 176. 
Letter sent to the gaoler ("Mr. Bryan") 
concerning the quakers, 16, 67, 68. 
Quakers imprison^] there, 71, 72. 74. 80. 
84. 94. Chantry land in Steyning, 241. 
River connections, 249. 256. Battel abb^ 
lands, 17, 20. Famous for arrows, 116. 
Topographic publications, 18, 103, 104. 
Local name for, and use made of, the sand- 
stone of the district, 19, 41 note, 24, 



233 note. Case of pressing to death, 19, 
1 21 -1 24. Ogilby's note on the town, 158. 
Medieval pottery found, 20, 194-197. 
Origin of the name Hwsham^ 21, 191. 
Chief freeholders (1734) and their present 
representatives, 23, 77. Parliamentary 
survey of escheated crown lands, tenants' 
names, &c. 23, 222. 239 note, 287-290. 
24, 231-233. Guild-writ (1388) 292. The 
fair, 25, 181. See 5, 245. 13, 125. 

Horsham, Guild and Chantries in, by Wm. 
Durrant Cooper, F.S.A. V.P. 22, 148-159. 
Founders, object, &c. of the guild and 
chantry, and a chaplain .to say mass, 148, 
149. Grantee of the property at suppres- 
sion of same, 149. Pairticulars thereof 
when returned for sale, 149-152. Founder 
of the Holy Trinity Chajttry^ object of and 
endowment for same, &c. 153. Certificated 
return, with details, of the property, yearly 
value, &c. 153-156. Botelers or Butler*s 
Chantry f foimders, object, endowment, certi- 
ficated particulars, site of altar, &c. 156, 
157. Value of house and lands, part of 
the chantry possessions, 157, 158. Grantees 
and particulars of the remainder, 158, 159. 
Lands in Horsham held by St. Leonard's 
free chapel, 159. 

Horsman, John, Seaford, sharer in a wreck, 

17, 149- 
Horssey, John, house in Hastings held by, 

14, 97. 
Horsted Ke3mes (Kaynes or Caynes) aspect, 
site, &c. of, 1, 65. Tithes (1656 and 1853) 
66 note. Number of communicants, 72 and 
note. Anniversary of the church-dedica- 
tion, 93 note. An annus memorabilis, 96. 
Church damaged by lightning, 102. "Apple 
howling," no note. Poor-rate at various 
dates. III note. Effigy in the church. [See 
Cross-legged effigy.] Remains of iron- 
works at, 2, 211. An archiepiscopal pe- 
culiar, 222. Decorative tiles, 3« 239. Fur- 
naces, 242. 245. Collection on a brief by 
O. Cromwell's order, 4, 271. Borough 
English in the manor, 6, 182. Yearly 
value of the manor (141 1) 10, 142. Arch- 
bishop Leighton's memorial, &c. 11, 6. 
Bradehurst chantry, 106 note. Trader's 
token, 175. 24, 130. Parson's arms 
quota, 11, 227. Crown presentations, 12, 
258. Church bells, 16, 194. 213. Valu- 
ation of lands (1649) ^^> 2^* Chief free- 
holder (i 734) and his present representative, 
23, 77. Its name spelt phonetically, deri- 
vation of same, &c. 23, 300. 25, io8. 
Ashdown forest allotments and list of claim- 
ants, 24, 200, 201. Touch-certificate, 208 
note. See 4, 235. 248. 12, 5. 26 note, 
230. 13| 85. 14, 56. 139. 15, 160. 
16, 286. 18, 67. 



HORSTED. 



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HOUGHTON. 



Horsted Parva, or Little Horsted, 14, 8i. 
Church bells, 16, 151. 166. 194. 213. New 
peal, 330. Singular record relative to an 
early rector, 17» 349* Yearly value of lands 
(1649) 19, 208. Monumental brasses, 23, 
165. Wayside well, 24, 196 note. See 
16, 286. 25, 215. 

HoRSTBD Parva, Parochial Nuticbs of, 
by M. A. Lower, M.A. F.S.A. with addi- 
tional Information, by Rev. Edward 
Turner, M.A. 21, 191-201. Site, extent, 
population, derivation of name, 191. The 
Church, family memorials, Delve memo- 
rial slab (1502) bells, &c 192. Its patron 
saint, pre-reformation owners of its reve- 
nues, 193, 194. Founder's or prior's tomb, 
arcade, &c. discovered (1863) 197. Early 
parish history, Walter of the Beeches and 
his office, 193. Park, late and present 
mansions, successive proprietors, &c. 194, 
195. Two incumbents, Peckham the bad, 
and Beaton the good, 195, 196. List of 
incumbents and patrons, 196. Manorial 
records, manor whereof this was origrinally 
part, 197, 198. Geological phenomena; 
parish bounds from a 1563 survey, 198-200. 
Will of one of the Delve family, 200, 201. 

Horstede, Robert de, grant to Lewes priory by, 
2, 133. Lands given to Wilmington priory, 
4, 43. Charter witnessed by, 6, 132. 

Horton (Hortune) bishop Neville's farm at, 3, 
67, 68. Yearly value of the manor (141 1) 
10, 140. Common fine on the township, 
23, 237. 

Horton church, Dorset, effig^^ of a Braose 
in, 9, 370. Manor of Horton Maybank, 
aUas Horton Horsey, granted to Tipper and 
Dawe, 13, 46. 

Horton, lady Wilmot, portrait, 25, 12. Pic- 
ture by and anecdote of her, 13. 

Horton, the late Thomas, on the site of lord 
Dacre's crime, 19, 178. Young Thomas 
Horton, married (17 17) 25, 179. 

Hosea, Alexander, fortunate mishap to, 9, 183. 

Hoseland, John atte, proof of age by, 12, 39. 

Hosey (Howse) lady Agnes, Eaiseboume nun, 
9, 22. 25. Her depositions, 23. 26. 

Hosey, Henry, 20, 7. Early possessor of 
Harting, 20. 

Hoskyn, William, burial direction, 12, 69. 

Hosman, Alexander, Sussex martyr, 17, 165. 

Hosmare, Nicoles, trade token, 24, 1 29. 

Hospitallers, provision against a malpractice 
of the, 9, 232. Possessions of the templars 
transferred to them, 233. 243. 245. 246. 
256. Preservation of the templars' records 
by them, 235. 267. Property relinquished 
by them, 237. Their seal, 10, iii. 

Hospitals in Sussex : St. Bartholomew's, Rye, 
9, 9. Sackville college, E. Grinstead, 1 29. 
Buxted, 218. St James's, Shoreham, 12, 



61. St Mary's, Bramber, 61. 105. Coke- 
ham, 109. Lepers', Seaford, 112. 269. 
Bishop Lake's return, 13, 305, 306. See 
25, 215. Lepers. St Mary's hospital, 
Chichester. 

HospUes, what they were, 13, 135 note, 

Hoth, Constance, John, and Robert, Fletching 
and Maresfield, 24, 205. 207. 208. 213. 

Hotham, Sir Richard, his attempt to re- 
christen Bognor, 25, 115. His expense 
in making a watering-place of it, 1 20. The 
vicar's opposition to his chapel, 121. 

Hothe, John atte, proof of age by, 12, 36. 

Hothe, " atte Hothe," "de la Hole," "apud 
pontem," or " de la Stagno" family, 14, 
150. John Hoth or Hoyth, churchwarden, 
Maresfield, 154. 156. 169. 

Hother, Thomas, complaint of the prior of 
Hastings against, 13, 1 78. 

Hothfield, queen Elizabeth at, 5, 191. 

Hotblegh, Margaret, daughter of Simon de, 
2, 15. 

Hothlegh, Maurice, travelling expenses allowed 
to, 6, 43. 

Hothly, sermons at, 9, 187. 197. What the 
rector heard about the templars, 271. 

Hothly, East and West, furnaces at, 3, 242. 
245. S(v East Hothly. Hodeleigh. West 
Hothly. 

Hothrop, John, charter witnessed by, 22, 1 18. 

Hoton, John, warden of St Bartholomew's, 
Rye, 17, 136. 

Hoton, Peter de, Benedictine monastery founded 
by, 15, 97. 

Hotot, Peter, Robert, William, gift deeds wit- 
nessed by, &c. 11, 96. 98. loi. 102. 103. 

Hotot, William de, gift of lands confirmed by, 

9, 258. 

Hotspur's sword at Petworth, 14, 4. His 
widow's second husband, 15, 125. Brass 
to his widow, 23, 185. See Percy, Heruy 
(Shakespeare's Hotspur). 

Hou, see Hoo. 

Hougham, Dr. Jas. burial place of, 13, 254. 

Houghton (Hoghton) the female recluse o^ 
1, 175. 12,134. 

Houghton, forest or woods of, 3, 48. An un- 
licensed hunter in the, 17, 121. 

Houghton, yearly value of lands in (141 1) 

10, 135. Houghton ford and Stony river, 

11, 139 noU, Dedication of church, 12, 
93. Church bells, 16, 213. Population, 
17, 185. Houghton bridge, 187. Bishop 
Christopherson's bequest to it, 215. Hough- 
ton ferry, 190. Houghton chapel, 192. 
194. Houghton chase, 193. Houghton 
port shattered by inundation, 200. Bishop 
Story's bequest to the church, ibid. Hour 
glass stand there, 233. List of incumbents, 
234. Chief freeholder (1734) 23, 75. 

Houghton, Slindon, and Binstcad manocs, 



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[ 200 ] HUBERT-WALTER. 



joint yearly value, 19, 119. Separate value, 

ibidf note, 
Houghton, William, old wooden bouse built 

(1575) by, 21, 15. 
Houland, Isabel de, second wife of the last de 

Warenne, 6, 127. 
Houndean, Houndene, Houndydene, manor. 

Borough English in, 6, 182. "Worth 

nothing," 10, 132. Tenement in Lewes 

attached to, 13, 38. 
Hounds, a protest against the keeping of, 9, 

37. Application of same, 38. Bishop 

Wykeham*s denunciation of the practice as 

indulged in by religious brotherhoods, 11, 

113 note. 
Hounslow Heath, George II. at a review on, 

22, 170. 

Hour glass stands in churches, 17, 232, 233. 

Hotiseboote, Hayeboote^ Heathl'ootCf 14, 44. 

Household books, Mr W. S. Walfordon, 8, 278. 

Household furniture, stores and utensils, 1697, 
inventory and valuation of, 6, 192- 194. 

Houssie, Johane, burial direction, 12, 81. 

Hove, Discovery of a Tumulus at, by Bar- 
clay Phillips, 9, 119-124. 

Hova villa manor. Borough English in, 6, 182. 

Hove (Hoove) nonse return, 1, 59. Edw. 
Scrase's bequest to, 8, 5. Subsidy list, 9, 
79. Mrs. A. Smith's bluest, 218. Yearly 
value of prebend and vicarage (1650) 10, 
23 note. The Pierpoints of Hove, 11, 55. 
56. Sea encroachment, 12, 118. Church 
bells, 16, 143. 166. 213. 232. River, 255. 
Topography, 279. Yearly value of lands, 
&c. (1649) ^d> 207* 

Hovelfield stew, 25, 175. 

Hover, Thomas, surveyor's report on land, 
&c. held by, 23, 266. Further particulars, 
ibid. Pity bespoken for " Widdow Hover," 

23, 301. 

Howard, Sir Edward, scene of the death of, 

10, 202. 
Howard, Henry, bellfbunder Mott's petition 

against, 16, 157. 
Howard, Henry ITios. marriage entry, 25, 1 2 1 . 
Howard, John, philanthropist, his head on a 

Chichester token, 10, 209. 
Howard, lady Kathcrine, particulars of "a 

hunteinge sadd" required by, 11, 26, 27. 
Howard, lord, accident to, 20, 132. 
Howard, lord Henry, confined for high treason, 

5, 196. 
Hovrard, lord William (1533) grant of Bid- 

ling^n hospital by, 10, 124. 
Howard, lord William (1632) chancery orders 

on relative to Sackville college, 20, 164. 
Howard, lord William, of Naworth, co-vendor 

of Chiddingly rectory and parsonage (1620) 

14, 237. 
Howard, Mary, brass to, 23, 158. 
Howard, Mrs, 25, 174. 



Howard, Philip, earl of Arundel, 25, 85. 

Howard, Walter, the "mysterious hdr," 18, 98. 

Howard of Effingham, Charles lord, lord 
admiral, maternal ancestry of, 9, 129. 
Sussex defences in charge of, 11, 154. 
Estate sold to " Dog" Smith by, 22, 41. 

Howard of Escricke, lord, letter from, 12, 
267. Corrective note, 14, 268. 

Howard de Walden and Seaf ord, lord, mansion 
of 7, 126. 

Howard families and their pedigrees, sugges- 
tion by Mr. W. S. Ellis, 6, 71 note. See 
ArundeL Effingham. Norfolk. Nottingham. 

Howard supporters as inn sigpns, 10, 186. 

Howards, accession to the earldom of Arundel 
of the, 3, 78. Seaford once their property, 
7, 79. Purchasers of Bramber, 16, 244. 

Howards, lords Sta£Ford. See Stafford. 

Howboume (Hoboome) forge and hammer- 
post, 2, 208. 3, 244. 18, 16. 

Howcourt manor in Lsindng, 11, 51. 

Howe (or Hoo) W. rector, Waldron, 13, 25. 
86. Howe (or Hawe) dean of Hastings, 13, 
154. Howe, W. vicar Eastbourne, 14, 129. 

Howd Dha, the merch-ed of, &c. 6, 168, 170. 

Howell, Dr. 25, 1 14. Thomas Howell, 1 79. 

Howell, Edward, co-defendant in aChiddmgly 
suit, 14, 234. 

Howell, Hugh ap, marriage of Hugh Gounter 
to a daughter of, 23, 4. His arms in 
Racton church, 4, 13. 

Howell, John, armada contribution, 1, 37. 

Howell, Sir John, result of a claim made to 
Bosham by, 8, 196. Collusive proceedings 
of hb descendant and Dr. Ede, ibid. 

Howghton, John, prior of the Charter-house 
conforms to the reformed faith, but is sub- 
sequently put to death for treason, 13, 263. 
266. 

Howicke, R. de, deed witnessed by, 11, 99. 

Howlam manor, 12, 37 Tiote. 

Howland, Sir John, sheriff of Sussex, 3, 27. 

Howlbert, John, Hastings, 14, 96. 

Howie, Humfrey, sheriff of Sussex, 2, 1 14. 

Howlett, B. seals drawn by, 2, 19. 20. 

Howlett, Richard, admitted to the chapd of 
Northeye, 19, 27. 

" Howling boys," " Howlers," &c. 1, no. 2, 
no. 3, 122. 124. 

Howne, G. knight, 15, 186. 

Howse, see Hosey. 

" Howsdyng towell," 8, 137. Eluddatory re- 
marks, 137, note. 

Hoyron, Eustace, 13, 106. 

Hubbard, Jacob and John, of Ditchling, 25, 
171. 177. 189. 

Hubbersty, John, vicar, Wilmington, 4, 65. 

Hubert, cardinal, his counsel on resigning 
a Lewes benefice, 3, 209. 

Hubert- Walter, archbishop of Canterbury^ 
chancellor of England, and his vioe-chan- 



HUCKLES. 



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HUNGIRPORD. 



celloTi 22i 179. Advice of his taken by 
king John, 180. Simon de Wells con- 
secrated bishop by him, 182. Chantry to 
his memory founded by Simon, 184. 

Huckles, heirs of, 14, 98. 

Huckstepps, Hukstepes, de Hoghsteps, of Kent 
and Sussex, researches of Mr. Joseph 
Huckstepp, &c. 18, 39, 40. 24, 23, 24. 

Huddlestone, or Hurdlestone, supposed Roman 
mausoleum, 11, 141. 143. 

Hudibras : a Sussex brewer who " knew im- 
mortal Hudibras by heart/' 11, 214. 

Hudson, Jas. Headborough, Easthothly, cruis- 
ing after Sabbath breakers, 11, 216. 

Hudson, Thomas, incumbent, Ditchling, 13, 
259. Hudson, Thomas, vicar. Rye, 275. 

Hue and cry, limits of the, 14, no. 

Huet, see Hewitt. 

Hufff meaning of, 7, 96. 

Huggett, Thomas, Fletching, 24, 206. 

Hugg^ct*s ordnance forge, distich relative to, 
2, 184. Persons bearing the name still 
workers of iron, 184 note. Site of Huggett's 
furnace, 215. 15, 161. 5eeHogge. 

Hugh, abbot of Clugny, reluctant to send 
monks to England, 2, 8. His visit to 
England, 24. His letter to William the 
Conqueror, 3i 193. 

Hugh, the great, earl of Vermandois, descen- 
dants of, and their intermarriages, 24, 26. 
Coat borne by him and how obtained, 27. 

liugh, earl, deed witnessed by, 25, 141. 

Hugh, three of the name, priors of Lewes, 3, 
194. 195. 

Hughes, Henry, of Dachett, collection on brief 
for, 14, 152. 

Hughes, captain Richard, CromwelPs original 
warrant to, 18, 62. 

Hughes, Mr. on deans, 17, 35. 

I lugo, custos of St. Mary*s hospital, Chiches- 
ter, 24, 42. 

Hugo, Victor, on the historical importance of 
heraldry, 24, 7. 

Huguenots, driven out of France, 3. 121 note. 
Their settlement at Lisbum, 155 note. Immi- 
gration into Sussex, 13, 180. Sacramental 
flagon originally given to Rye church by 
them, 22, 131. 

Huhes, Richard, deed of release witnessed by, 
22, 118. 

Hulbert, Robert, incumbent, Racton, 23, 16. 

Huldeburgh, Walter, seizure and restoration 
of the wine of, 23, 24. 

Hull, de la Pole's house at, 4, 168. 

Hull, Clement, his wife, issue, &c. 12, 86 note. 

Hull, John and wife, 13, 297. 

I lull, " Mr. Dr." arms quota of, 11, 226. 

Hull, William, bells made by, 9, 213. His 
history, 16, 162-164. His will, 164, 165. 
His son John, 165. 196. 

Hull, Wm. atte, proof of age by, 12, 29. 35. 



Hulle, Ralph atte, free tenant, rent and service 

rendered by, 9, 252. 
Hulle, Vincent, Rye baron, 17, 125. 
Human bangs treated as chattels, 2t I7-X9« 

3, 68. 4, 138. 5, 156. 165. 
Human remains. See Seaford, discovery of 

human remains at. 
Hume, commr. on Sackville oolleg^e, 20, 165. 
Hume, David, on Charles IPs debts, 1,88 note. 

On puritan baptismal names, 14, 246. 
Hume, Dr. on metallic ornaments, 16, 301. 
Hume (Home) spiritualist, reputed marvellous 

feats of, 14, 132. 
Humfrey, J. knighthood composition, 16, 48. 
Humfrcy, S. mayor of Chichester, 24, 76. 
Humfrey, William, old debts paid to, 20, loi. 
Humpherey, Henry, East Sussex quarter 

sessions chairman, his wife, legatee, &c. 

12, 59 note, 
Humphrey, Cornelius, of Newhaven, In- 
ventory of the Goods of (1697) by Rev. F. 

Spurrell, 6, 190-196. Interest attaching to 

a document of this description, wealth and 

status of the family. Pedigree, &c. 190, 

191. Character of the paper, its handwriting, 

&c. 191. The/nventory in extenso, 192-196. 
Humphrey, friar, recluse of Pagham, 12, 134. 
Humphrey, H. property in Lewes of, 13| 38. 
Humphrey, John and William, lands held 

and rents paid by, 23, 307. 308. 
Humphrey, Richard (i 580-1 593) last vicar of 

East Angmering, 12, 84. 
Humphrey, S. commonwealth commr. 19, 97. 
Humphrey, Thomas, payment "for come" 

to, 20, 105. 
Humphreyes, J. and daughter, 14, 222. 241. 
Humphreys, Henry Noel, his Froissart illus- 
trations, 4, 119. 
Humphreys, Mr. iron thumbscrew, silver mace, 

&c. exhibited by, 8, 311. 314. 
Humphry, Robert, Abraham, William, and 

John, Hartfield and Maresfield, 24, 202. 

208. 214. 215. 
Hundred, definition and original meaning of, 

&c. 15, 5. 21, 109. 117. Privileges of 

the lord, 118. 
Hundred place, Hastings, munidpal privilege 

exercised at the, 12, 197. 
Hundreds, complaints of the, against earl de 

de Warenne's encroachments, 6, 115, Ji6. 
Hundreds of Sussex, Mr. Lower's note and 

query on the names of the, 11, 228, 229. 
Hungary, collection at Maresfield for relief of 

distressed ministers in, 21, 215. 
Hungate, Sir Henry, 18, 172. Rye passage 

book entry, 174. 
Hungerford family, disposal of the viscera of 

the, 21, 205. 
Hungerford, Sir Walter lord, 15, 11. 
Hungirford, lord, yearly value of lands held by, 

10, 140. 



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HURSTMONCEUX. 



Hunkelowe, Richard, office given to, 18, 144. 

Hunxia, crown presentation to, 21, 48. 

Hunneman, W. bellfounder, 16, 180. 196. 

Hunny, or Honny, John, Ditchling, rents paid 
and lands held by, 24. 252. 253. 261. 264. 

Hunsdon, See Honestan. 

Hunston church, dedication saint, 12, 73. 
Bells, 16, 181, 213. 

Hunston manor, held by " one paire of guilte 
spurres,*' 9, 223. The manor, and John 
Hunston (141 1) 10, 136. 

Hunston rivulet, 16t 260. 

Hunt, B. Husey, information furnished by, 
&c. 8, 26. 24, 10 1. 

Hunt, Dr. on a stone celt, 19f 55. 

Hunt, James, Hastings, lands let to, 14, 69. 

Hunt, John, suicide, 12, 43. 

Hunt, John, proof of age by, 12, 44. 

Hunt, John, cinque port baron, 15, 193. 

Hunt^ John, ** steeple house-warden,'' 16t 
107. 

Hunt, John, bellfounder, his perseverance and 
his motto, 16, 163 note. 

Hunt, J. overseer South Stoneham, 25. 124. 

Hunt, Mary, Eastbourne, payment for surgi- 
cal operation on, 14, 132. 

Hunt, Mr. vicar-choral of Chichester, 25, 56. 

Hunt, Mr. of Petworth, 25, 195. 196. 197. 

Hunt, Mrs. of Shermanbury place, letters com- 
municated by, 22, 160. Her ancestry, 
162. 

Hunt, Richard, church bequest by, 12, 108. 

Hunt, smuggler and Jacobite, high-handed 
doings of, &c (1696) 10, 77. 

Hunt, William, land, &c, leased in 1553 to, 
10, 124. 

Hunter, Rev. Joseph, F.S.A. On the (so- 
called) roll of Battle abbey, 6, 1-14. On 
the Alard chantry, 8, 212. On vestments 
of worsted, 9, 11 note. Royal progress 
chronicled by, 10, 197. On the Oxen- 
bridges, 12, 205 fiote. On the non-exis- 
tence of male descendants of the Agincourt 
heroes, 15, 123. See &, 45. 11> 47 note. 
14, 109 note. 17» 69. 

Hunting seats of kings and nobles in old time, 

8, 32- 33- 

Hunting in Sussex in former days, 17, 120* 
Offences of bishops and earls: fatal ad- 
venture of Walter de la Mare, 121. Allow- 
ances to kings' huntsmen, licenses to hunt, 
&c. 121. 122. See Charlton hunt. 

Huntingdon, earl of, bequest of a "water- 
stock" and "sprinkle," by, 7, 33 note. 

Huntingdon, earl of, and his retinue in at- 
tendance on Edw. VI. 10, 198. 199. 200. 

Huntingdon, earl of, second husband of the 
"Infanta of Kent," 11, 124. 

Huntingdon, Francis Hastings, earl of, 2, 
165. Queen Mary's merciful regard for 
him and his son, 165 7iote. 



Huntingdon, George earl of, juror on lord 

Dacre's trial, 19, 177. 
Huntingdon, Henry earl of, " wrought upon 

and impoverished by the Puritan party," 

2, 165. Prayer of his petition to the 

queen, 165 note. 
Huntingdon, Henry of, hide of land defined 

by, 4, 74. On William the conqueror, 6, 

16. On the siege and destruction of 
Anderida, 91. 92. 93. 99. 191. 102. 

Huntingdon, John, earl of, 16, 136 note. 

Huntingdon, Selina countess of, her residence 
and chapel atOtehall, 19, 69. 70. 

Huntingdon, William de Clinton, earl of, ex- 
pedition placed under, 4, 1 18. Murderers 
pardoned at his intercession, 121. 

Huntingdonshire, number of borough English 
manors in, 6, 175. 

Hunton, the Snatts of, 9, 72 7iote. 

Hurdis family, 7, I2Q. Pedigree, 134-136. 
Mortuary inscriptions, 19, 186. 

Hurdis house, Seaford, additions made by 
James Hurdis to, 7, 125. 

Hurdis, Rev. James, professor of poetry, Ox- 
ford, burial place of, 2, 279. His poems, 
&c. 7t 129. Hayley's epitaph on him, 19f 
186. 

Hurdis, J. H. etchings and illustrations con- 
tributed by, 2, 19. 20. 3, 119. 170. 9, 92. 
93. 1 01 note. 10, 89 note. 94. 12, 265. 

Hurdis, revs. Thomas, D.D. and Thomas 
A. M. successively incumbents of Seaford, 
7, 117. Eulogy on the preaching of one 
of them, 11, 203. Both at the duke of 
Newcastle's funeral, 220. See 12, 243. 

17, 161. 

Hurditon in Domesday identical with Lord- 
ington, 12, 74. 21, 73. See Loi-dington. 

Hurdlestone, see Huddlestone. 

Hurst, derivation of, 4, 1 28. Hurst or Hyrst, 
in Sussex place names, 7, 10. 17. 

Hurst arms, inn sign, 10, 187. 

Hurst Barnes, 15, 162. 

Hurst Castle, suggested defences for, 11, 156. 
157. 162. 

Hurst and Ghetesore, crown presentations to, 

21,48. 
Hurst, Elizabeth, fined for abuse, 20, 109. 
Hurst, R. H. antiquities, found at Rusper, 

preserved by, 9, 30^-305. 
Hurst, R. and P. de, 11, 52. 55. 
Hurst, R. le, sponsor for W. de Fiennes, 12, 38. 
Hurst, Robert, Horsham, trade token, 18, 

163. 24, 129. 
Hurst, Robert, tailor, Horsham, 25, 186. 190. 
Hurst, Thomas, Cuckfield, trade token, 11, 

177. 24, 128. 
Hurst, William de, proof of age by, 12, 33. 
Hurst, William, Petworth, trade token, 16, 

309. 24, J 3 2. 
Hurstmonceux, see Herstmonceux. 



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HUSSEY. 



Hurston and Hurston Warren, antiquities dugf 
up at, &c. 9. 112. 116. The Hurston 
ranunculus, 10, 24. 

HURSTPIBRPOINT, DESCENT of the MaNOR of, 

and of its Lords, by Wm. Smith Ellis, 11, 
50-88. Particulars from Domesday, 50, 
Larg^est Sussex manor held by a mesne 
tenant, Und, Manorial and parochial over- 
lappings, 51. Proof that the Domesday 
holders were Pieqx>ints, 51. 52. Account oi 
the Pierpoints, 52-61. Passage of the 
manor to the Uffords and Bowetts : Notice 
of the Bowetts, 62. Subsequent owners: 
the Dacres and Gorings, 63. 64. The old 
manor house and its probable occupants : 
survey of same and of the park and of a 
later " fair mansion house," 64-66. The 
present mansion at Danny and its successive 
owners, 66-72. Manor of Pakyns, 73. 74. 
Ecclesiastical history : Benefactors to the 
parish, list of rectors and patrons, 74-76. 
The old church and the Pierpoint effigies, 
76-78. Families resident in or connected 
with the parish : Whitpayne, Luzford, Nor- 
ton, Wickham, Beard, Dodson, 78, 79. The 
Borrers, 80-82. Weekes and Marshall, 82. 
83. Pedigrees : Warren and Pierpoint, 84- . 
87. Bowett, 88. See "Borrer. Bowett. 
Campion. Courthope. Dacre. Danny. 
Goring. Pakyns. Pierpoint. 

HuRSTPiBRpoiNT and Danny, on Roman re- 
mains in the neighbourhood of, by R. W. 
Blencowe, 14, 1 76-181. Discovery on 
Ham farm, 1 76. Point cleared up by same, 
177, 178. Remains, Roman, British, Saxon, 
178. Villa at Danny, 1 78-181. 

Hurstpierpoint and Hurst : Borough English 
in the manor, 6, 182. Names of places 
in with Danish prefixes, 7» 2. Ring of 
baked clay found in the church yard, 8, 
297. Little park and its owners, 9, 80 
• note. Subsidy list, 82. Cross-legged 
effigy in the church, 365. Yearly value of 
the living (1650) 10, 23 note. The like of 
the manor (Pierpointisherst) 141. Roman 
pavement found, 210. Notices of two 
rectors, 11, 16 note. 17. Graves of the 
Beards, 32 no/«. Traders' tokens, 11, 175. 
24, 130. Parson's arms quota, 225. 
Tenement in Lewes attached to the manor, 
13, 37. Tiles found, 16, 132. 133. Church 
bells, 194. Quaint bell inscriptions, 214. 
Sanctus and St. John's college bells, 232. 
Streams, 251. 252. Topography, 279. 
Church and chancel, 18, 184 note, 189. 
The manor Goring property, 19, 100. 
Yearly value of lands, &c. in the parish 
(1649) 207. The parish benefited by " Dog" 
Smith's charity, 22, 43. Chief freeholder 
(1734) and his present representative, 23, 
77. Occasion of the suffix Pierpoint, 25, 



163. Fair day, 173. 202. Manor court, 

185. Incumbency of the Dodsons, 200. 

Marriage solemnized by a justice, 201. See 

25, 105. 106. 
Hurst Wickham and the Wickhams of Hurst, 

11, 79. 
Hus, Robert le, distringas on the lands of, 6, 

142. 
Husbandry, see Farming. 
Husbands, evidence of a scarcity in Sussex of, 

9, 372- 
Husbands, Thomas, fugitive commonwealth 

leaders aided to escape by, 17y 150. " An 
ancient grey man," 151. 
Huse, Husee, or Husse, Heniy, nonse com- 
missioner, collector of ninths for Edw. IIL 1, 
58. 14, 167. 214. Nonanim inquisitiones 
held at Seaford by, 7* 112. 1 20. Valua- 
tions of prof)erties of religious houses, &c. 
by, 9, 3. 90. 96. See Husee. Husey. 
Huse, Robert, and others, order to, relative to 

a Bayonne ship, 23, 24. 
Husee, Henry and Katherine, licenses to kre- 

nellate granted to, 13, 107. 108. 
Husee, Henry and Mark, yearly value of their 

manors, &c. (141 1) 10, 134. 
Husee, J. an esquire at Agincourt, 15, 130. 
Huser, Robert le, deed witnessed by, 25, 136. 
Husewife, Richard, benefactor to St. Mary's 

Hospital, 24, 43. 
Husey (or Husee) Henry, priory founded by, 
7, 224. Money distributed for the soul of, 
ibid note, 
Husey (Huse) Nicholas, " sqwyer," letter to 

the abbot of Welbeck from, 8, 83. 
Hushoult township, common fine or rent of 

23, 237. 
Husie, George, baptismal entry, 25, 156. 
Huskisson, William, M.P. for Chichester, a 
guest of St. Pancras corporation, 24, 137. 
Huson, Thomas, 12, 270 note, 
Hussey, or Hoese family, see Hoese. 
HussEY, Rev. Arthur, M.A. Papers by : — 
On an ancient engraved copper found at 

Rottingdean, 5, 105- no. 
An inquiry after the site of Anderida, or 
Andredesceaster, 6, 90. io6. Addi- 
tional note, 11, 223, 224. 
On Rottingdean church, 9, 67-70. 
Minor Communications^ &c. : On Roman 
mortar, 2, 72. On Seaford church, 7, 
114. On the supposed traces of a door- 
way at Worth, 8, 240. On Dudeney 
chapel, 9, 44. Newhaven and Denton 
churches, 92. 97. Buxted church, 21c. 
Sadelescombe, 233. Bodiam, 285. On 
the site of Cerdicesora, 12, 263. Legend 
related by, 13, 83. Gifts to Lewes 
castle museum by, 18, 70, 71. On 
Northeye, 19, 4. 6. 7. 17. On Wivcls- 
field church, 22, 50. 51. Passage in 



HUSSEY. 



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ICKLESHAM. 



Minor CommunicationSf eoniinued. 

Domesday misread by him, 79 note. 
On the brass to lady Camoys, 23, 
186. On the royal toach, 25, 205. 
211. See 6, 66 7iote. 265. 

Hussey, Edward, gifts to Lewes castle museum 
by, 18, 70. 

Hussey, Eliz. wife of N. Poyntz, 15, 136 note, 

Hussey, George, justice, quaker sent to prison 
by, 16, 71. 75. 

Hussey, Sir Henry, duties assigned by Edw. 
VI. to, 16, 1 55 note. 

Hussey, R. earthen pot found, and seal matrix 
exhibited by, 8, 297. 334. 

Hussey, R. C. F.S.A. on some entries in Sale- 
hurst parish books, 25, 152-162. 

Hussey, Thomas, of Burwash, arms of, 25, 96. 

Hussye, Ambrose, baptismal entry, 25, 156. 

Hutchenson, Charles (1 7th cent.) and Hutchin- 
son, Charles Edward (1817) vicars of Sue- 
ton with Seaford, 7, 117. 17, 161. 

Hutcheson, A. cinque ports baron, 15, 210. 

Hutchinson . . . arms of, 25, 97. 

Hutchinson, rev. Charles, Westdean, 12, 66. 
10 1 note. 

Hutchinson, James and George, incumbents 
of Ambcrley, 17, 234. 

Hutchinson, rev. J. silver seal and pyx ex- 
hibited by, 8, 330. 

Hutchinson, Lucy, on her ancestry, 4, 219. 
On the outbreak of the civil war, 5, 36. 

Hutchinson, Mary, wife of Sir Thomas Wil- 
son, 14, 150. 

Hutchinson, Robert, Glynde, 20, 48. 

Hutchinson, Thomas, of Aldneston, 19, 85. 

Hutchinson, Rev. Thomas, account of 
Ditchling by, 13, 240-262. See 16, 135. 
19, 70. 

Hutton, Dr. early presentations extracted from 
collections of, 17, 104-107. 

Hutton, John, Sussex roads commr. 15, 146. 

Hutton, John, of Newhouse, arms of, 25, 96. 

Hutton, Mr, Hastings, land sold by, 14, 97. 

Huxley, William, serjeant-at-arms, Sir D. 
Owen's legacy to, 7, 40. 

Huybcrt, Antony de, portrait of, 20, 68. 

Hyburghedon, Robot de, Midhurst, inquisition 
juror, 20, 8. 

Hyde, Adams, James, and Richard, pirates, 
crimes and end of two of them, 10, 89. 90. 

Hyde, Edw. incumbent, Poynings, his eulo- 



gium on Richard Weller, 15, 30. When 
admitted, 31. 

Hyde, John, cinque port baron, 15, 209. 

Hyde, John at, deed witnessed by, 25, 137* 

Hyde, Sir Lawrence, Charles IL concealed in 
the house of, 23, 8. 

Hyde (Hide) Robert, vicar of Seaford, proof of 
a felon's learning made by, 7, 99. Fined 
for not mending the highway, 101. His 
deposition relative to commonage, 104. 
Number of communicants in his time, 113 
note. Unusual length of his incumbency, 
117. Arms quota, 11, 227. Set 17* 161. 

Hyde, Walter de la, 13, 95. Manorial rights 
claimed by, 99. 

Hydenye, John de, benefactor to Michdham 
priory, 6. 136. 

Hydenye, Simon de, Pevensey baron, 17* 76. 

Hydneye. See Hidney. Lost Towns. 

Hydoneye, Johannes, Simon, Thomas, and 
William de, 19, 28. 

Hydowne part of Thomas Jcfferay's estate, 
14, 221. 

Hyen lands and manor, yearly value (14 11) 
10, 132. 139. 

Hyggons, Edward, testimonial to a fdlow 
townsman joined in by, 7, 149* 

Hygon, Thomas, proof of age by, 12, 43. 

Hykeman, Thomas, proof of age by, 12, 37. 

Hyland, Sam. and wife, of Bodiam, 14, 116. 

Hyll, Cicely, burial direction and church be- 
quest of, 12, 93. 

Hylls, John, Maresfield, 14, 155. 

Hyllys, William and John, of Slindon, burial 
directions, church bequests, &c. 12, 98. 99. 

Hylygh, crown presentations to, 21, 48. 

Hyng, Johannes, monumental brass, 23, 153. 

Hynon, Richard, proof of age by, 12, 43. 

"Hypocausts" and hollow tiles, occasional 
misapprehensions relative to, 21, 38. 

Hypworthe, Ibota, baptismal sponsor for John 
de Worthe, 12, 36. 

Hythe (Hethe) one of the dnque ports, 1, 15. 
Ships supplied to the king by, 4, 115. 12, 
160 note. Its rank as a dnque port, 7, 79. 
Custumal, 14, 80. Men sent from (1235) 
to hold coundl with the king, 23, 22 note. 
Particulars of ships, mariners, dnque ports 
barons, &c. 8, 209, 210. 14, 86 note. 15» 
155* 180. 183 note. 192. 196. 197. 202. 
203. 207. 



I. 



Ichenor, See East Ichenor. Itchenor. West 

Itchenor. 
Icklesham (Ikkesham) nonse return, 1, 59. 



Valuation (1649) 6, 58. Taken as a sur- 
name by one of the Dene family, 8, 151. 
Vicar's arms quota, 11, 226. Crown pre- 



ICKLESHAM. 



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INFIELDS. 



sentations, 12, 258. 21. 62. Hastings 
priory property in, 13, 163. Ralph, parson 
of, 168. 169. 170. Valuation /emp. Hen. VIII. 
176. Church bells, 16, 166. 214. Non- 
resident barons, 17, 68. Topography, 178, 
Monumental brass to a belUlover, 23, 166. 
[This is an trrw ; the brass is in Pelt 
church. See zxhr. p. 300.] See 8, 149. 
14, 112. 116 notes, 

ICKLBSHAM CHURCH and CHURCHYARD, IN- 
SCRIPTIONS in, transcribed by George Slade 
Butler, F.S.A., 14, 259-262. 
Icklesham, Robert, and Ralph de, 13, 84. 
168. 170. Deeds of gift and confirmation 
from Ralph to Hastings priory, 169, 170. 
Icklesham (Ikelesham, Icclesham) Sybilla 
de, 2, 17. 3, 22. Derivation of name, 
6, 88. Grant to Bayham by, 9, 155. Her 
chapel, terms on which she was allowed to 
build same, &c. 13, 82. 83. 84. 90. Cause 
of her complaint to the exchequer ; her hus- 
band, pedigree, &c. 84. Question as to 
site of her mansion, 85. 
Ide, John, burial direction, 12, 72. 
Iden (Idenne, Ydene) manor, yearly value 
(1411) 10, 144. Payment to the king for 
acquisition of same without license, 12, 
226 note. Same part of N. de la Beche's 
possessions, 14, 215. See 12, 230. 13, 
109, no. 
Iden parish, valuation (1649) 6, 58. Inn 
sign, 10, 191. Incumt>ent's arms quota, 
11, 226. The church, 13, 137. Kent 
ditch, 15, 152 note. Church bells, 16, 195. 
Early and crown presentations, 17, 106. 
21,62. Royal heronry, 17, 122. Monu- 
mental brass, 23, 167. Moate lands, 222. 
Parliamentary survey, &c. of escheated 
crown lands, 24, 233. 234. 
Iden, Alexander, made sheriff of Kent, 18, 
21. His capture of Cade, reward for his 
services, &c. 30.31. Office conferred on him, 
31 note. See 37. 38. 41. 24, 233 note. 
Iden, Richard, armada contribution, 1, 36. 
Iden, William, burial entry, 17, 62. 
Idon, Richard, rector of Hurstpierpoint, 11, 

75. Monumental brass, 23, 150. 
lerl^d, Henerie, trade token, 24, 131. 
Ifeld (or liield) Sir John de, duty assigned by 
Edw. II. to, 6, 5 1 . On the effigy of him- 
self and lady in Ifield church, 8, 267, 268. 
Manor held by him at his death, 12, 39 
note. See 16, 301. 
Ifield, government ordnance works formerly at, 
2, 211. Bequest (1542) to the vicar, 3, 1 16. 
Furnace, 3, 243. Given to Rusper priory, 
5, 246. Valuation, 247. Yearly value 
(1411) of the manor (Yfeld) 10, 140. In- 
cumbent's arms quota, 11, 225. Change- 
ton's lands in, 12, 39 note. Dedication of 
church, 107. Geo. Fox and the quakers 



at, 16, 70. 71. Church bells, 168. 214 
Topography, 18, 105. Common fine on 
the township, 23, 238. 

Ipield Monumental Inscriptions trans- 
cribed by Ernest Ellman, 22, 214-220. 
Concerning two effigies, a knight and a 
lady, 220. 

Ifold, Thomas, ** buried in the vault of Tanner 
Hammond's wife," Waldron, 13, 99. 

Iford (Yvord) nonae return, 1, 61. Subsidy 
list, 9, 76. Yearly value of the living 
(1650) 10, 23 note. The like of the manor 
(141 1) 142. Incumbent's arms quota, 11, 
225. Chnrch bells, 16, 151. 214. An- 
tiquities found, 17, 245. Yearly value of 
lands, &c. (1649) 19, 207. Common fine 
on the " burrough," 23, 234. See 12, 230. 

Ig, in Sussex place-names, 7, 10. 17. 

Igglesden, probable early form of, 22, 122. 

Ightham Mote, construction of roof at, 2, 240. 

Iham (Higham, Igham, Ihamme) in Gos- 
trow hundred, 1, 15. 16. 6, 57. Value 
of the parsonage (1324) 68. Borough 
English in the manor, 182. A cinque port 
limb of Hastings, 19, 3. Early and 
Crown presentations to the living, 17, 104. 
21, 62. 

Ilchester, place identified by Baxter with, 6, 
1 01 note, 

Ilford, Essex, the Bromfields of, 14, 115. 

Uesherssche, See Hilleshers. 

Illegitimate or natural children, 11, 213. 

Illesart half-hundred, 11, 118. 

Uminster, Somerset, collection at Lindfield for, 

19, 47- 

Ilpeston, J. an esq. at Agincourt, 15, 130. 

Imans, Wm. arms quota of, 11, 225. 

Imberhome manor, borough English in, 6, 
182. Chantry endowed with rents out of, 
9, 140 note. See 20, 140. 25, 144. 145. 

Immere, or Mere, R. de, presentation, 17, 105. 

Ina, Inc, West Saxon king, abbey erected by, 
4, 76. Probable meaning of his "sub- 
scribing with his own hand," 8, 180. Re- 
puted first granter of Rome-scot or Pct^ 
pence, 13, 174 note, 

Ince, widow, interred "without any burial," 
14, 247. 

Income tax, eariy adoption of an, 9, 102. 

Incontinency, penalty enjoined on a Bayham 
monk for, 9, 166, 167. 

Indulgences a ready means of raising money 
from the faithful, 9, 152. Indulgence to 
penitents visiting Berstede, 25, 119. 

Itifangenthefr and utfangenthrfr^ 9, 228. 
Meaning of the terms, 229. 

Infields, Hanningfields, Inningfields, and 
Innyngfields, ancestry of the, 9, 88 note. 
Former possessors of Gravctye, lO, 166, 
167. Brass to one of the family, 23, 164. 
Arms, &c. 24, 35. 



INFLUENZA. 



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Influenza, ravages (1803) of the, 14, aoi. 

Iiigf Anglo-Saxon meaning of, 5, 112. 

Inge, John Edward Alexander, curate, West- 
bourne, 22, 115. 

Ingelram, Annis, order respecting the ship of, 
23 25. 

Ingham, Anne, third wife of William May- 
nard, Sussex martyr, 21, 19. 

Ingleborough hill, and the Yorkshire Alps, 
10, 20. 

Inglere, Jeffrey, yearly value of manors and 
lands of, 10, 137. 

IngHsh, Henry, designated for the order of 
«* the Royal Oak," 23, 210. 

Ingram, or Ingeram, ancient name, 17, 59. 

Ingram, Andrew, inquisition juror, 20, 8. 

Ingram, Dr. a mistake of, 5, 1 1 5 note. Points 
in local history settled by, 14, 120. 

Irgram, Herbert, wood-cut lent by, 8, 225. 

Ingram, Hugh, stained glass memorial 
window to, 22, 3. 

Ingram, J. incumbent, Poynings, 15| 31. 

Ingram, James, manor in Ditchling held by, 
13, 248. 

Ingram, rev. James, funeral sermons by : on 
Q. Anne, 18, 153. On Henry Lintott, 158. 
Personal notice, 160 note, 

Inians, James, rector of Streat, 25, 128. 134. 

Injunctions laid on religious houses; Ease- 
bourne, 9, 8, 9, 10 i4-i7< 19. 21. 24. 
Boxgrave, 61-66. Bayham, 164-168. 

Inkson, Mr. earthen antiquities exhibited by, 
8, 296, 297. 

Innes, Cosmo, sculptured disk exhibited by, 
8, 303. 

Innocent, pope, exemption granted to the 
English Premonstratensian abbeys by, 8,71. 

Innocent III. pope, leaden bull of, 18, 68. King 
John excommunicated by, 22, 17. 

Innocent, IV. pope, bull of in aid of the cru- 
sades. If 173 note. See 188 nt^e. 

Innocent VIII pope, priories' suppression con- 
firmed by 10, 104. 

Innocents, c hapel of ease dedicated to the, 12' 
107. 

Innott, Harry, poll taken by, 18, 106. 

Inns and Inn-Signs in Sussex, by M. A. 
Lower, M.A. F.S.A. 10, 181 -192. Signs 
classified, 181. Religious si g^s, handposts, 
market crosses, 181-183. Holy Iamb, the 
Lamb at Eastbourne and its crypt, 183, 
184. Maiden's Head, Uckfield, Saintly 
signs, 184. The Star, Alfriston, 185. The 
Star, Lewes, its martyr-associations, prison, 
&c. 185, 186. Signs derived from heraldry, 
186-188. Royal oaks and kings' heads, 
188-190. Iron-works and forest signs, &c. 
190, 191. Beer-houses and their " new in- 
vented denotements," 191 note, "The 
Sussex Pad," " Bal" and his "hut," 191, 
192. 5ee 1; 89 note, 11, 228. 



Inoculation, remarks on, 14, 200. 

Inold, W. vicar. Rye, burial entry, 13* 271. 

Inquest men for Yarmouth fair, 12, 164. 

Inquests after the Barons' War : See Rebels of 
Sussex. 

Jnquisitiones post mortem^ 12, 154. 

Inscriptions in churches and churchyards. See 
Monumental inscriptions. 

Inskeppe, John, co-ddCendant in a Chiddingly 
suit, 14, 234. 

Inskippe, Richard, burial direction and church 
bequests of, 12, 109. 

Interments in red clay, 22, *j$, 76. 232. 

Int3rthing township, common fine on. 23, 241. 

Inundations : disastrous one at Uckfield, 12, 
2, 3. Frequent in early times, 13, 166. 
Collections for sufferers by, 21, 217. See 
Floods. Storms. 

Inventories, ancient, their value as evidence of 
our ancestors' mode of life, 13, 188. Special 
instances: Easeboum, 9, 10-13. Templars' 
property, 242, 243. 253-255. Lord Ad- 
miral Seymour, 13, 118-131. Ste Hum^ 
phrey, Cornelius. 

Iping (Yping) manor, yearly value (141 1) 
10, 134. Dedication of church unknown, 
12, 73. Conveyance of manor and ad- 
vowsons (Iping with Chithurst) to Dudley 
lord North, 73 note. Crown presentations, 
12, 258. 21, 63. BoxgTOve rents in, 15, 
119. Church bell, 16, 215. See 18» 93. 
Ippethom, crown presentations to, 21» 48. 

Ipres, wine at Winchelsea from, 23, 23. 

Ipswich college, Bayham granted to Wolsey 
for, 9, 162. 179. 

Ipswich, St. Margaret, bell inscnption, 16, 
192. Order for departure of wheat-laden 
ships from, 23, 28. 

Ipswich, New, New Hampshire, United States, 
founded by a Sussex man, 9, 137. 

Ireland, '* priest of Ringmire," quaker Robin- 
son excommunicated by, 16, 98. 

Ireland, Edwin C. on ornaments found at 
Singleton, 16, 300, 30 r. 

Ireton, Qen. and his royalist relative, 5> 45. 
63. Treatment of his remains, 45. 

Ireton, William, subsidy collector, temp, Edw. 
L 21, 2. 

Irish bishops, suffragans to English bishops, 
10, 103. 

Irish manuscripts at Parham, 25i 11. 

Irish protestants, collection at Streat for the, 

25, 135- 
Irish sailor's joke onNewhaven church, 9, 93* 
Iron, E. ass. warden, Sackville coll. 20, 166. 
Ironlatch hill, Hollington, 21, 138. Why so 

called, 148. 
Ironmongers of London, their complaint 

against the Sussex iron -workers, 2i 177. 
Ironmongers' company^ privilege granted to 

the banner-bearer of the, 19, 183. 



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IRON. 



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ISLIP. 



Iron monumental slabs, &c. 5i 202-204. 
Crowhurst, Surrey, 8, 344, Alfriston, 17, 
240. Streat church, 25, 127. See Wad- 
hurst. 

Iron works and iron-workers, Sussex, 1, 11. 
77 note. The age of iron, 2, 264. Iron 
from Gloucestershire (1222-24) 3» 60. 
Source of Ray's account of the Sussex iron 
works, lOf 31 note. Fortunes made, 12, 
45. Cowden iron works, and remains of 
same, 12, 51. 20, 93. Small regard 
paid in Sussex to the iron- workers' saint, 
12, III. Characteristics of the iron sand 
formation, 14, 138. Maresfield iron mas- 
ters, 14, 1 59. Road legislation in reference to 
ironworks, 15, 141 -143. Sites : Socknersh, 
152. Ashburnham forge, 157. Hugget's 
furnace, 161. East Grinstead, 20, 151, 
152. The finery and chafery, 24, 239 
note. An iron eater, 25, 136 note. See 
16, 31. 19, 18. 41. 83. 206. 24, 238 
note. Chimney back. 

Iron Works of the County of Sussex, 
Historical and Archaeological notices of 
the, by Mark Antony Lower, 2, 169-220. 
Site, &c. of the ore-producing strata, 169. 
Dicta of eminent geologists, 170. Evi- 
dences of Roman and pre-Roman workings, 
170-176. Earliest record of the iron trade, 
177. Early iron sepulchral slab, 178. 
Later examples, 199, 200. Andirons and 
firebacks, and devices, &c. thereon, 179- 
182. 188-190. 198, 199. 217. Sussex ord- 
nance manufacturers, 182-186. Objectors 
to the growth of the trade, 186, 187. Sur- 
reptitious export of ordnance, prohibitory 
measures notwithstanding, 187, 188. Re- 
strictive ordinances against the consump- 
tion of timber, and disregard of same, 190- 
192. 195. Pro and con. views thereon, 192- 
194. A poetic complaint thereanent, 197. 
Past and present condition of the Weald, 

194. Period when the trade most flourished, 

195. Bell foundries and steel manufac- 
tures, 196, 197. Ray's " account of the 
whole process of the iron work," 200-202. 
Greatest existing remains of Sussex iron 
work, 203. Sites fittest for works, ibid. 
Decline and fall of the trade, 204. Possi- 
bility of its revival, 205. Sites of the various 
works, with notices of their proprietors, 
205-220. Supplementary Notices, 3, 
240-248. State-paper documents, 240. 
Forges and forge owners, 241-245. Battle 
abbey deeds, 246. Result of a scarcity of 
charcoal, 247. Relics of Roman iron 
works, 247, 248. See Sussex iron works. 

Irvine, W. H. curate, Westbournc, 22, 115. 
Irving, Mr. J. V. on the hill forts, 24, 150. 

On the construction of Cissbury, 154. 
Irwin, viscount, 25, 87. 



L S. bell founder, 16, 149, 150. Query as to 
his identity, 150 note, 

" Isaac's Hole," Michelham priory, 6, 157. 

Isabel, queen-mother of Edw. IIL payments 
to, and to her " vadlet," 22, 199. 

Isabella, queen of King John, 3, 2. 6. 
Matilda de Braose's remarkable g^ft to, 5, 
151. At Cnap, 22, 17. 

Isabella, " she-wolf of France," 4, 143. 6, 
42. 51. 52. 

Isca, Celtic name for water, and its deriva- 
tions, 15, 159. 

Isenhurst (or Isinghurst) manor, Waldron, 6, 
140. 162. 163. 13, 87. 88. 95. 96. 21, 15. 

Iser, John, his deposition in the Dureford 
abbey inquiry, 7, 225. Iser, «ee Isis. 

Isfield church : unusual baptismal names in 
the regrister, 4, 255. Scriptural motto of 
a rector, 286. Parson's arms quota, 11, 
227. Bell, 16, 194. 215. Shurley monu- 
ments, Shurley chancel, 18, 128-133. ('un- 
drada's tomb lid, 135. Lines thereon, 136. 
Alphabetical list compiled from the reg^ister 
by the late rev. Charles Gaunt, 22, 25. 
Monumental brasses, 23, 167. 

Isfield (Ysefeld) manor, yearly value (141 1) 
10, 141. Holeford in Isfield, 12, 36. 
Derivation of name, 15, 159. Confluence 
of streams, 161. Old mansion, 16, 292. 
Yearly value of lands, &c. (1649) 19, 208. 
John Fuller's bequest to the parish poor, 
23, 186. See 14, 140. 25, 215. 

Isfield Place, with Notes respecting the 
FAMILY of Shurley by rev. Edw. Turner, 
M.A. 18, 124-136. Site and present state 
of the house, 124, 125. Boundary walls, 
watch towers, moat, porch, mottos, &c. 
126, 127. Possessors subsequent and an- 
terior to theShurleys, 132-134. See Shurley. 

Isham family owners of South Bersted manor, 
25, 114. 

Isis and Iser, derivation of, 15, 159. 

Isle of Man arms in Echingham church, 9, 
357. Smuggling, 10, 83. 

Isle of Oxney, how formed, 15, 152. 

Isle of Thasos, device on a coin of the, 9, 368. 

Isle of Wight, defences of, &c. 11, 156. 157. 
162. 163. 165. 167. Attempt of the 
French on the, 15, 231 note. 

Isles of Sheppy, Wight, and Man, suggested 
anti -smuggling regulations relative to the, 
10, 79. 80. 83. 

Isley, Mary, daughter of Thomas, of Sun- 
dridge, her marriages, 19, 63. One of the 
family implicated in lord Dacre's fatal 
venture, 173. 175, 176. 

Islington, Fowler property at, 19, 108 note. 

Islip, Simon de, archbishop of Canterbury, 2, 
225. Documents dated by him from May- 
field, 227, 228. College at Oxford founded 
by him, ibid. Accident leading to his death, 



ISLISHAM. 



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JAMBS. 



329. Ancient claim sold by him, 332. 
Part of Mayfield palace built by him, 234. 
21, 5. See 17, 105. 

Isltsham (Islesham, Yslisham) 3rearly value 
of lands (141 1) 10, 131. 140. Priory rents, 
&c. in, lly 110. 119. Its site, no note, 

Issoudun (Issondun, Osyndon) Ralph de, 7, 
49. 51. Gift confirmed to Robcrtsbridge 
abbey by, 8, 149. Site of Osynden, 149 
note. Further benefaction to the abbey, 1 50. 

Istcd family, origin, present representative, 
arms, &c. of the, 4, 301. See Heghsted. 

Isted, Elizabeth, tenement in Lewes held by, 
13, 38. "Benevolence" contribution of 
John Isted, 14, 82. Richard Isted of 
Maresfield and Hastings, 13, 43. 14, 100. 
1 03. 24, 214. 

Isted, Thomas, iron master, 3, 243. 

Isterzonfield, 11, 98. 

Istrugge, William, proof of age by, 12, 32. 

Itchen river and Cerdices Ora, 12, 264. 

Itchenor, West, nonae return, 1, 60. Torting- 
ton priory possessions, 11, no note, Itche- 
nor port, 127. Tithes, &c. griven to Box- 
grove priory, 15, 91 -95* Parish and 
church, 18, 93* See West Itchenor. 



Itchrngfidd (Ichyngfeld) bequest (1542) to the 

church of, 3, 116. Dedication of the 

church, 12, 107. Church bells, 16* 215. 

Stream, 249. 
Itchingham (Etchingham), 18, 16. 
Iteford manor, yearly value (141 1) lO, T42. 
Iveden, Margaret, monumental brass, 23, 190. 
Iver, Bucks, derivation of the name, 6, 87. 
Iver, Elnathan, incumbent, Ditchling, 13, 259. 
Iver, Richard de, deed witnessed by, 25, 141. 
Ivers, rev. Mr. funeral sermon preacht by, 25, 

187. Sick, 189. Sale of his effects, 190, 
Ives, Billy and Nim, at a famous fox chase, 

15, 80. Nim " thoroughly satisfied,'* 8 1. 

Billy one of the three in at the death, 82. 
Ives, Thomas and Elizabeth, 25, 83. 
Ivo, of Chichester, dispute arbitrated by, 11, 99. 
Ivo, Domesday tenant of Racton, 23, 2. 
Ivry (or Jury) Samuel, token, 24, 125. 
Iwardby arms quartered with the Cnlpepers, 

10, 156. 
Iwood manor, farm and mansion house 

bought by "Dog" Smith, 22, 41. 
Ixworth, Suffolk, part of William de 

Cricketot's possessions, 14, 185. 



J. 



" Jack of Newbury," 2, 249. 

Jacket, Thomas, 25, 185. 

Jackman, R. knighthood composition, 16, 50. 

Jackson, Clement, parson Titelton's bequest 

to, 14, 249. 
Jackson, Henry, Lewes property of, 13, 38. 
Jackson, John, governor of Bengal, and his 

daughter Mary, 17, 91. 98. 
Jackson, Martha, on a statue in Slindon 

church, 12, 99* 
Jackson, rev. Mich, curate, Waldron, 13, 99. 
Jackson, rev. Mr. on measurements, &c. of 

Warbleton priory, 16, 296-298. 
" Jackson, Mr.** name assumed by Charles II. 

23, 10. 

Jackson, priest, book in answer to, 16, 74. 
Jackson, Ralph, incumbent, Hamsey, 17, 100. 
Jackson, T. G. some account of Slindon 

church by, 19, 126-133. Mural painting 

discovered in Binstead church by, 20, 234. 
Jackson, Wm. smuggler and murderer, 10, 

86. His end, 87. 
Jacksons and Gales, 12, 55. 59 note. 
Jacksons, nephews of " Dog" Smith, 22, 48. 
Jacob and his sons on Sussex chimney backs, 

1, 74 note. 
Jacob, Edwin, curate of Westboume, 22, 1 14- 



Jacob, Giles, definitions from the Lmc dirc- 
tionary of: Dairy , 11, 109. Bailiwick, 
14,264. 24,220. £ri^/« for church col- 
lections, 21, 208. 220. On the status of 
vaUts or vadelets 22, 198. 

Jacob, Sir John, why expelled from parlia- 
ment, 5, 102. 

Jacob, Robert, Salehurst, 25, 154. 

Jacques, Charles Austen, of Chichester, 25, 
207. 

Jaggele, crown presentations to, 21, 63. 

Jakes, Niclas, Cade*s adherent, order rdative 
to mutilated remains of, 19, 192. 

Jamaica, vicissitudes of a kidnapped Wilson 
in, 11, 43. 

James I. proclamation of, against glass making 
with wood fuel, 1, 11. Orders of his privy 
council relative to the plcntifulness and 
subsequent dearth of com, 3, 26-28. 
Favour shown to the brothers Sherley by, 
5, 20. 22. 23. 24. Purport of a clause pri- 
vately sworn to by him, 38. " Good ser- 
vice" gift to lord Mounteagle by, 7, 79- 
Silver gilt bowls made for, 8, 310. Peti- 
tions for uniformity of religion from Sussex 
gentry and commonalty to, 9, 45~49* Sus- 
sex subsidy gpranted to him, 71. Small 



JAMES. 



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JEAKfi. 



coinage of, 11, lyj. Discreditable license 
granted by, 173. Cinque ports barons at 
coronation of, 12| 160 note. His canon re- 
lative to parish registers, 22> 23. Grants 
of manors, lands, &c. by, 24, a 18. 25) 
36. 37. His angels or touch-pieces, 207. 
Number touched by him at one time, 210. 

James II. candidate *' recommended " to Sea- 
ford by, 7| 109. Disabling act passed 
against his protest, 168. A declared Roman 
catholic, 169. Member nominated for Rye 
by, 9) 46 note. One of the Kidders at- 
tainted by, 135. Last nominator of a 
member of parliament for Hastings, 14, 
loi note. Warrant issued on the abdica- 
tion of, 18, 197. Monumental inscription 
to an adherent of, 19| 191. Devotion of 
the Carylls to, 22, 10. 163. [Note : on line 
3 of the latter pag^, for James II. read 
Charles I.] Reception of the news of his 
abdication at Chichester, 24, 136. His 
portrait at Parham, 25, 13. See York, 
duke of. 

James I. of Scotland, warrant for custody of, 
his custodian, Sussex prison, &c. 3, 219. 
6, 273. 7, 65. 66. 

James IV. of Scotland, "fiancells** of, and 
festival on his marriage with Princess Mar- 
garet, 7t 26. Popular disbelief in the death 
of, 19, 82 note. 

James, Edwin, and bribery at a Horsham 
election, 18, 104. 

James, G. P. R.. novelist, scene of a story by, 
10» 84 note. 

James, Dr. H. tutor to E. Wilson, 11, 40. 

James, Thomas, burial direction of, and church 
bequest by, 12, 83. 

James, Thomas, rector, Waldron, 13, 86. 

James, T. vicar, East Grinstead, 20, 147. 

James, W. Sussex roads commr. 15, 146. 

Jameson, Mrs. on the legends of SS. Marg^et 
and Michael, 2, 129, 130. Legend S St. 
Ursula adopted by, 4, 8. On the legend of 
St. Christopher, 16. On St. James of 
Compostella, 22, 142. 

Janaway, Thomas, bellfounder, 16, 1 78 note. 
Character of his work, 179. Verses on his 
bells, 190. 191. 226. 

Janitura, see Gain. 

Janson, see Johnstone, Peter. 

Janyn, Richard, proof of age by, 12, 42. 

Janyn, William, in Guildford gaol, 12, 28. 

Jaques, D. account of Goodwood by, 18, 93. 

Jarrett, a Hardham surname, 12, 93. 

Jarrett, John, Cowden, payment with an ap- 
prentice to, 20, 99. 

Jarrett, John, copyholder, Maresfield, 24, 212. 

Jarretts, or Jarratts, ironworkers, Maresfield, 
14, 151. 159. 

Jarrow, remains of Bede's church at, 8, 245. 

Jarvis, John, sharer in a wreck, 17» 149. 



Jarvys, John, Seaford, In trouble for "shoot- 
ynge at pygeons," 7, 102. 

Jay, John, proof of age by, 12, 34. 

Jay, Morgan ap, Roger Gounter's proxy at 
Agincourt, 23, 4. 

Jay, Roger, gfift to Dureford abbey by, 8, 66. 

Jcake, Samuel, historian of the cinque ports, 
4, 1 01. His first stage coach ride, 5, 193 
note. On the Yarmouth herring fishery, 
12, 159. Letters from Richard Kilbume, 
16, 302, 303. On Rye church, 22, 133. 
See 19, II. 12. 27. 31. 24, 133. 

Jbakb, Samuel, Extracts from the MSS. 
of, communicated by Dr. T. W. Smart, and 
annotated by Mr. W. D. Cooper, 9, 45-60. 
Present possessor and contents d( the MSS. 
45. Letters from a puritan army chaplain 
to him on the civil war and the taking of 
Arundel castle, 49-54. Letter sent by Jeake 
and others to Fairfax, 54-56. His corres- 
pondence with Samuel Gott relative to a 
Rye election, 56-60. His eldest sister's 
husband, 60 note. 

Jbakb, Samubl, senr. of Rye $ biographical 
sketch of, by Thos. W. W. Smart, M.D. 
His parentage, birth, &c 13, 57*77* Ex- 
tracts from letters to his mother, her last 
days and death, &c. 58, 59. Occasion of a 
change in his religious views, 59. Doctrinal 
propositions then laid down by him and his 
friends, 59, 60. Becomes minister of a 
conventicle: remonstrance to him thereon, 
60. In practice as an attorney: made 
town clerk, ibid. Marries : parentage of his 
wife, 61. Ante-nuptial requisitions of the 
lady, with his later comments thereon, 
ibid. Extracts from the marriage register, 
ibid, note. Cause of the early death of his 
wife, 62. His perseverance as a sectarian 
preacher, ibid. Threatening letter from the 
vicar of Rye, 62, 63. Chronological memo- 
randa of bis son, 63. Summoned before 
the king : step taken by him to avoid pro- 
secution, 63 note. Letters from him, 
while in concealment, to his son, 63-65. 
His son's memorandum of his death, 66. 
His character as a puritan : state of the 
times in which he lived, ibid. His contro- 
versies with, his friends on religious matters, 
66-71. Addicted to the practice of astrology, 
71. His nativity of and letter to John 
Greenefield, 72, 73. Astrological requisi- 
tions to his son, 73. His own horoscope, 
74. His alchemical leanings : extent and 
main features of his library ; works written 
by him, 75. His posthumous publications, 
" Logisticdogia," and *' Charters of the 
Cinque Ports " : value of the latter, 76. 
Summary of his character, 76, 77. Verses 
to him by William Higgons, 77. Site of 
his house and place of his burial unknown, 



JEAKE. 



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JEVINGTON. 



ibid. His pedigree, 78, 79. Number of 
refugees in Rye as given by him, 199. 

Jeake, Samuel^ jun. hunting up his debtors at 
Winchelsea fair, 8, ai 2. Extracts from his 
nativity, 13, 63. His wife and her parent- 

. age, 65 note. His verses on his father's 
horoscope, 74. His issue, 78. Cinque ports 
baron, 15, 202. 207. 

Jeakin, or Jeken, John, cinque ports baron, 15, 
192. 

JefTeray, derivation of the arras of, 6, 83. 

Jcfferay family: John, purchaser of Chid- 
dingly, 14, 217. Family arms; pedigree 
of John's wife Agnes Milward, 218. Gene- 
alogy of his two younger sons, 2I9-22I. 
His eldest son and his issue, 222. Sir John, 
cliief baron of the exchequer, 222. His 
character according to Fuller, Foss, and 
Lloyd, 222-224. Property held by him at 
his death, 224. Mansion built by him at 
Chiddingly, 225-227. His participation in 
suits relative to local rights, 235. Family 
monuments, brasses, traditional anecdotes, 
&c 241-244. See 18, 38. 136. 193. 194. 

23, i47t 148. 

JefTeray (or Jeffraye) John and William, burial 
directions of, 3, 1 1 1. 

JefTeray, John, co-devisee of lands called 
''Cobbys," 22, 121. His ancestors and 
descendants, ibid, 

Jefferay, M.P. for East Grinstead, 20, 154. 

Jefferay, Mr, god-father of Fr. Rowe, 24, 96. 

JefTeray, or Ciefferey, Richard, armada contri- 
bution of, 1, 37. 

JcfTerays and Whitfelds, intermarriages of, 
19, 87, 88. 

JcfTeris, Samuel, incumbent, Ditchling, 13, 

«S9- 
Jefferey, Jane, Pevensey marsh land sold by, 

24, 270. 

JcfTeiy, Jo. arms quota of, 11, 227. 

Jeffery (or Jeffrey) John, defaulting bailiff, 

Hastings, 14, 85. 98. 
Jefford, a prior's deerstealing accomplice, 11, 

112, 113. 
Jeffrey (Jcffray) Bartholomew, forges held by, 

3, 243, 244. See 14, 219, 22a 
JeBrey, Thomas, Seaford, 7, 97. Curious 

premium and odd arrangement on the ap- 
prenticeship of, 7, 98. 
Jewries, the ixifamous judge, confounded with 

ch. baron Sir John Jefferay, 14, 243. 

Counselling clemency towards the quakers, 

16, 67, 68. Characterised, 68 note. 
Jeffs, Jo. letter from (1675) 11, 41. 
Jekyl, Sir J. on bp. Burnet's preaching, 4, 

252. 
Jekyll, lieutenant, pursuit and capture of 

smugglers by, 24, 141. 
JellifTe, Mahalah, baptismal entry, 18, 85. 
Jenings, George, token^of, 11, 176. 24, 126. 



Jenkin, William, arms of, 25, 961. 

Jenkins, Exeter historian, on St. Nicholas 

priory, 23, 126. 
Jenkinson, M.P. for East Grinstead, 20, 154. 
Jenner, early variations in the spelling of, 24, 

Jenner, " Capitaine," commonwealth solem- 

nizer of marriages, 24, 102. 
Jenner, Edw. dnque port baron, 15, 19a. 193. 
Jenner, Dr. Edwauxi, discoverer of vaccination, 

ancestor of, 24, 36. 
Jenner, Mr. harvest home of, 14, 186-188. 
Jenner, Samuel, diarist Turner's convivialities 

with, readings to, &c 11, 209. 212. 213. 

214. 217. 218. 
Jenner, Sir Thomas, birthplace of, judicial 

posts held by, &c. 21, 13. Most memorable 

incident in his career connected withSussexj 

14. See 24, 35. 
Jenner, widow, cottage encroachment held by, 

23, 302. 
Jenner, old, 25, 185. See Jynner. 
Jennings, Mr. mayor of Chichester, his replies 

to the duke of Monmouth's questions, 7, 1 7 1 . 
Jennings, Thomas, lands dealt with by, 25» 

as- 3«. 
Jennison, Ralph, master of the buckhounds to 

George II. 15, 79. 

Jermyn, Alexander, monument to, 23, 14. 

Jermjmi Philip, Lordington bought by, 21^ 
87. Heraldric femily memorial, ibid no€e„ 
Passage of the estate to the heiress's hus- 
band, 88. 

Jerrard, John, Maresfield, 24, 207. 

Jerrard, Robot, Withyham, 24, 203. 

Jerusalem, churches built in imitation of the 
temple at, 7, 57. Model at Chichester, 8, 
283. Pilgrimage to, 15, no. 

Jervis, master, 25, 176. 

Jervoise farm, 25, 177. Its site, 203. 

Jessop, Mr. on the after events of a witx^hcraft 
trial, 10, 19. 

Jessus, Ann, affidavit sworn by, 25, 135. 

Jesuit's bark, introduction of, and oppositioa 
to, 10, 21. 

Jesus altar at St Clements, Hastings, lAf 
96. 99. 

Jet chessmen, loth century, 8, 298. , 

Jevington, Jevyngton, mutations in the ortho- 
graphy (rf, and errors due thereto, 6» 134 
note. 141. Borough English in the manor, 
182. Yearly value of manor and lanH*^ 
10, 133. 142. Inn sign, 191. Parson's 
arms quota, 11, 227. Church inscriptioiis 
where printed, 229. " Munts " or ** Mounts** 
in, 14, 156, 157. Customary charge on 
the manor, 263. Selwyne lands in, IS, 
213. Church bells, 16, 151. 185. 191. 
226. Non-resident barons, 17, 66. Yearly 
value of lands, &c (1649) 19, 208. Crown 
presentations to, 21, 63. Monamental 



JEWELIi. 



[an] 



JOHN-. 



brasses in the church, 23> i68. Rent pay- 
able for the manor, 24, 220. 

Jewell, bishop, Rastall's taunt to, 4, 290. 
Realisation of a dream of, 11, 68. Jewell 
and Hardinge's book, explanatory note, 
20, 225, 226. See 19t 51 note, 

Jewin family, French refugees, 13, 206. 

Jews hanged for coin-clipping, 2, 32. Gifts 
to Dureford to get free from debt to the, 8, 
56. 63. Prohibition of alienation of land to 
the, 9, 161. 

yiffle, meaning of, 7, 223 note. 

Joan, queen of England, manorial rents paid 
to (141 1) 10, 139. 

Joan of Navarre, prisoner in Pevensey castle, 
3, 219 note, 6, 273. 

Joanes, priest of Westmeston, and quaker 
Pellatt, 16, 75- 

Joanes, Walter, informer against quakers, 16, 
86. 89. 92, 93. 97. His death and cha- 
racter, 100. 

Jobe, the Anglo-Saxon Jupiter, 13, 211, 212. 

Joce, Richard, Rye baron, 17, 125* 

Joceaux, Peter de, prior cJE Lewes, 2, 20. His 
character, 3, 200. His stem rebuke to his 
monks, 208. See 13, 92. 

Joceline, presbiter of Old Shoreham, tithe 
dispute between Sele and, 10, 121. 

Jocelin of Louvain, warder of Arundel castle, 
brother to queen Adeliza : his covenant 
with his sister, 6, 76. His tenure of the 
castle, 14, 2. His gift to Hardham priory, 
11, 14. See 8, 51. 

Johanna, princess of Wales, 13, no. 

Johanna, prioress of Leveminster, 11, 116. 

Johanni, Theodore, collection at Eastbourne 
for, 14, 131. 

John, Ann, Maresiield, 24, 209. 

John of Britanny, earl of Richmond, part 
knight's fee in Gensing held by, in. 
Grants by him, 112. 

John of Damascus, an Arabian author, 
canonised, 1, i74no^e. 

John, king, rapidity of the journeys of, 1, 4. 
Charters granted to the cinque ports by, 15. 
His movements on his accession ; request of 
the bishop of Chichester, 2, 133. His re- 
quest to the nobles, &c of Sussex, 134. 
His joumeyings in Sussex and elsewhere : 
a locomotive wonder, 134-136. Two steady 
adherents, 3, 36. His peremptory dealings 
with the dnque ports, 4, 105. Bribes paid 
to him for judicial decisions, 132. Place of 
his death, 140. At Knep castle, 5, 144. 
His Sussex expenses, 6, 44 fioie, Hugh St. 
Philibert*s employment under him, 46. 
Church patronage alleged to have been 
exercised by him, 67. His gifts to the 
Marevilles, 112. Grant to earl dc War-^ 
renne, 1 13. Invites the de Bars to England, I 
121. His order relative to Pevensey castle^ ' 



272. At Seaford, 7, 77. Hunting seats 
of, 8, 32. 33. Fee paid by a litigant to, 
34* His seizure and restoration of the land 
of the Hoeses, 48. Charters to Dureford 
abbey, 49. 56. Provi^on for prayers for his 
soul, 9, 152. Gift to him of " two horses 
of price," i^Vf. Ground of Simon de Eching- 
ham*s offence against him, 344. Small 
coins of, 11, 171. Presentations to Hast- 
ings churches by, 14, 70 Tiote, 117. Estates 
seized by him, 16, 244. His visits and 
gifts to Battel abbey, 17, 33. Privilege 
bought of him by the abbey, 41, Object of 
pass granted by him to S. de Avrenches, 
142. His order for destruction of Chichester 
castle, 18, 149. At Mailing, 21, i. His 
g^ft of Hastings rape, 117. Disposal of his 
viscera, 204. His malignant revenge on 
Matilda de Braose ; Excommunicated by 
the Pope, 22, 16, 17. His sojourns at 
Cnap, orders for its fortification, subsequent 
destruction, &c. 17-19. His rapid joumey- 
ings, 20. His firien(Uy disposition towards 
Chichester and its bishop, 178. Accom- 
panied abroad by the bishop, 179. His 
quarrel with the Feversham monks, 179, 
180. His gifts to the bishop and his cathe- 
dral, 180, 18 1. Family estate restored by 
him to the bishop, 181. Date of his coro- 
nation, 182. His order for carriage of 
marble to Chichester, and of timber to 
Lewes, 183. 235. Particulars respecting 
his ships and ^leys at Winchelsea, their 
equipment, &c. 23, 20-22. Orders on 
other matters sent by him to Winchelsea, 
22, 23. His benefactions to St Nicholas 
priory, Exeter, 125. 126. Church patronage 
given up by him, 25, 21. See 23, 190. 203. 
John of Gaunt, his arms on an inn sign, 1, 
89. A pilgrim to Spain, 4, no. How 
made duke of Lancaster, 121 note. Illus- 
trative reference to his will, 172 note. Wish 
of a dying adherent of, 6, 72. Pevensey 
castle and honour granted to him, 6, 278. 

9, 41. 14, 42, 43. Same a favorite resi- 
dence of his, 45. A hunting residence of 
his, 8, 32. Wickliife*s patron, 9, 42. Park 
enclosed by, 125. His Sussex possessions, 

10, 186. Builder of Place house, 13, 158. 
Familiarity of the Nutley folks with his 
name, 14, 46. 140. Occasion of his ac- 
quiring Maresfield, 157. Litigation rdative 
to a grant by, 17, 42. His wife's sister 
married to Chaucer, 22, 200. Grant to 
him by Edw. lU. 24, 219. 

John, king of France, 3, 211. Captured by 
Sussex knights, 212. 24, 6. His chival- 
rous conduct towards them, 10. 

John L king of Portugal, Beatrix, daughter 
of, 15, 127. 16, 135. Her vicissitudes and 
her three husbands, 136 note^ 



JOHN. 



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JULIUS. 



John, the pope, attempts to set a foreign prior 
over Boxgrove, 15, 103. 

John, prior of Lewes, seal of, 2, 19* 

Johnson, capt. smnggling cutter and cargo 
captured by, 10, 85. 

Johnson, Edward W. registrar, Chichester, 
timely courtesies of, 12, 65. 17» 334. 

Johnson, Elizabeth, lady Shiffner, 17> 91. 

Johnson, Henry, Ismd sold to ** Dog" Smith's 
trustees by, 22, 42. 

Johnson, John and Thomas, iron workers, 
and famous ordnance forgers. Busted, 1, 
II. 2, 185. 

Johnson, John, trade token, 24* 13a. 

Johnson, Rich, parliamentary surveys sub- 
scribed by, 23, 245. 250. 254. 257. 261. 
264. 268. 271. 274. 24, 218. 

Johnson, Richard, of Pevensey, rent paid and 
tenement hdd by, 24, 251. 257. 

Johnson, Dr. Samuel, his derivation of culver, 
24, 245 note. Touched by queen Anne for 
the evil, 25* 210 note. 

Johnson, Tom, famous huntsman, 15, 78. 
80. 81. 

Johnsone, Luke, Hastings, 14, 97. 

Johnston, Nathaniel, on the continuance of 
noble families, 24, 8. 

Johnstone (or Janson) Peter, ejected for non- 
conformity, 14, 166. Paiticulars regard- 
ing him, his noble ancestry, &a 167. 

JoUySe family, former connection of West- 
boume with the, 22, 88. Burial entries in 
the register, 91. 

Jondrey, John, proof of age by, 12| 39« 

Jones, C. Sturges, 18, 7. 

Jones, Edward, vicarof Westboume, 22, 109. 

Jones, F. J. brasses rubbed and inscriptions 
copied by, 25, 225. 

Jones, rev. H. LongueviUe, M.A. monumental 
inscription communicated by, 19, 192. 

Jones, inigo, mansion ascribed to, 4, 159* 
Masque scenery by, 10, 196. House in 
Lewes designed by, 13, 24. 

Jones, Isaac, Goring estates claimed by, 19, 
97. 100. 

Jones, John, 25, 170. 

Jones, M.P. for Brecon, comment on his ex- 
pulsion, 5, 95- 

Jones, Owen, vicar of Eastbourne, 14, 130. 

Jones, Robert, of SL Bride's, Fleet street, ring- 
leader in a riot at Seaford, 17, 159. 

Jones, Stephen and Richard, copyholders, 
Hartfield, 23, 308. 24, 202. 215. 

Jones, William, founder of Monmouth gram- 
mar school, tradition relative to, 9, 183, 

184. 
Jonsmere, see Younsmere. 
Jonson, Ben. masques by, 10, 196. Epitaph 

ascribed to, 8, 168 note, 12, 113. 
Jonys, Robert, complaint of, against the prior 

of Hastings, 13, 178. 






Joop, Thos. oommr. of sewers (142 1) 10, 96. 
Yearly value of his lands (141 1) 142. In 
lofd Arundel's retinue at Aginoouft, 15, 

Jordan, Rev. Geo. vicarage house bulk by, 
21, 132. Chancellor of Chichester, his 
arms, &c 25, 97. 

Jordan, son of Jordan, mill given to Sde by, 
10, 1 18. Family r^idence of the Jordans, 

13, 54 note. 

Jordan, Laurence, presentation, 17, io6. 
Jordan, Margaret, monumental brass, 23, 187. 
Jorden, Thomas, churdivrardcn, Sakfanrst, 

25, 155- 

Jorden, Thomas, legacy bequeathed by Henry 
Marshall to, 13, 54. 

Josep, Thomas, proof of age by, 12, 29. 

Joseph of Arimathea in the Westmeston .paint- 
ings, 17, 7. 8. 

Joseph, R. Midhurst M.P. (1327) 20, 9. 20. 

Joulsfield common, 16, 250. 

Journeys of King John compared in speed with 
others centuries later, 22, 20. 

Jove's rape of Europa, quaint representatiQn 
of, on a Sussex iron chimney-back, 23, 
119*121. His lost Ganymede, 164* 

Joy (or Joye) old Hastings feimily name^ 

14, 86. Tliree of the name, 86, 95. 96. 
Joy, or Joye, John, prior of Boxgrove. Side 

priory committed to the care oC, 10, io8. 
See 15, 122. 

Joy, Wm. incumbent, Chiddingly, 14, 248. 

Joyce, colonel, ^parliamentary offioer, a hint 
relative to, 3, io6tiote. 

Joyce, Simon and Alice, 13, no. 

Joye-in-sorrowe, a Christian name, 4, 255. 

Joye, Reignald, order respecting the ship of^ 
23, 28. 

Joyner, William, mayor of London, diapd 
built by, 1, 171 note. 

Judge and jury at Yarmouth fair, charge to 
the, 12, 176-178. 

Judgment, the .Last, in Stedham diurcfa, 4^ 
17. 21. 

yiiggs : ** Brighton juggs," 2, 293 «ote. 
13, 26. 

Juldewyne, Stephen, proof of age by, 12, 37. 

Julian, emperor, 4, 5. His rebuke to the 
murderers of St. George, 7. 

Julius Ceesar, a doubtful authority on G&aU 
ish and British coins, 1, 28. On the use 
of iron among the Britons, 2, 175. Pro- 
bably never in Sussex, 3, 180. His land- 
ing compared with that of W. conq. 4, 91. 
Naval lesson taken by him from the Bri- 
tons, 1 01. On Gaulish interments, 5, 209. 
An error of his, 18, 11. Celts and Gaols 
in his time, 24, 149. On the towns of the 
Britons, 161. 

Julius, Richard, pages of a charter given 
away by, 14, 67 fiote. 



JULLEWYN. 



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KEMP. 



JuUewyn, Ric. incumbent of Racton (1404) 
23, 15. 

'* Jumper Hutches" and his lucky finds, 15» 
341. 

Junius, version of the legend of St. Ursula 
by, 4, 8. 

Jup, Thomas, marriage entry, 18, 85. 

Jupiter, the Anglo-Saxon, 13, 211, 31a. 

Jurin, Dr. and Dr. Frewen, 14, 193 note* 

Jury, or Ivry, Samuel, token, 24, 135. 

Justice, intoierence with the course of, 1, 94 
note, 2, 90. 91. no note. 

Justice, William Geary, aUas, pirate, hanged, 
10, 90. 

Justices for Kent, 20, 100. 

Justices of Peace itt Sussex (1587) cer- 
tificate concerning the, communicated by 
Sir Henry Ellis, K.H. 2, 58-60. 

Justices, marriages solemnized by, 6, 351. 
Proceedings of Sussex justices for allevia- 



ting local distress (1631-33) 31-44. See 
Social Condition. 

Justinian, emperor, church dedicated to St. 
George by, 4, 5. 

Justur, J. and W. le, deed witnessed by, 11, 
101. 

Jutland, king Gorm's tumulus in, 4, 78. 

Juvenzano, Aymon dc, divorce suit conducted 
by, 6, 136. 

Jux, R. warden, Sackville college, 20, 160. 

Juxon, archbishop, mansion of, 16, 393. In- 
cumbent instituted by, 17, 61 • 

Juxon, lieut coL a relative of abp. Juxon^ 
estate sold to, 23, 340. 

Juxon, Sir W. estate sold by, 11, 67. 25, 164. 

Juxon, Mr. Endlewick manorial rights pur- 
chased by, 24, 319. 

Jynkyne, Robert, Hastings, 14, 96. 

Jynner, or Jcnner, William, one of Iindfield*s 
** chef est men,*' 19, 41. 49. 



K. 



Kade, Walter, ordained deacon, 17, 119. 

Kahaignes, 11, 57. 59. See Cahaignes. 
Cheney. Chejrney. Ka3mes. Keynes. 

Kaines, Bartholomew de, 11, 73. 

Katerine, prioress, see Lille, Katherine. 

Katherine Parr, queen, place and cause of 
death of, 8, 334. Meditations composed 
by, 335 note. Circumstance which hastened 
her death, 13, 167. Her daughter by lord 
Thomas Seymour, ibid. 

Katherine, queen, rent charge on Otham in 
feivour of, 9, 180. See Catherine. 

Kaworth, Mr, costs allowed to, 15, 188. 

Katty's crouch, wayside cross, 10, 183. 

Kay, Mr. architect, 13} 153. 

Kayn, Walter le, proof of age by, 12, 38. 

Kaynes, Wilhelmus de, 17, 356. 

Kaynsham or Keynsham, William de, canon, 
3, 68. His reason for neglecting his duty, 
'69. Dispute referred to, 11, 99. Bene- 
factor, to Sl Mary*s hospital, Chichester, 
24, 43. 44. 47. 52. 

Kechenor manor, yearly value (141 1) 10, 144. 

Keddar, Kedder (Kidder) John, sen. and jun. 
Maresfield, 14, 156. Philip, churchwarden, 
161. See Kidder. 

Kede, W. an esquire at Agincourt, 15, 129. 

KeeUrSy washing tubs, 6, 194 note. 

Keen, William, 25, 196. 

Keere street, Lewes, derivation of the name of, 
13,9. 

Keere, Thomas, sen. and jun. Midhurst, ex- 
cused their poll tax, 20, 30. 



Keete, R. knighthood composition, 16, 46. 

Keinore and Boxgrove priory, 15, 94. Its 
supposed original namie, 166. 

Keith, Geo. book on quakerism by, 18, 103. 

Keith, marshal, toasted at Halland, 11, 199. 

Kelk, Edward, town clerk, Sandwich, 15, 87. 
Money allowances to, 188. 191. 

Kell, Mr. chalice figured by, 9, 303. 306. 

Kell, William, F.S.A. 12, 3o6 note. 

Keller, Dr. of Zurich, on the drowning of vis- 
count Montague, 20, 305-307. 

Kelley, Elizabeth, certificated for the royal 
touch, 25, 309. 

Kelly the conjuror, Butler's lines on, 15, 156 n. 

Kelly, John, cinque port baron, 15, 303, 307. 

Kelsal, Henry, arms of, 25, 99. 

Kemble, John Mitchell, Anglo-Saxon his- 
torian, on the origrin of Borstall, 2, 293 
note. On Harold's coronation, 4, 90. On 
the name of Steyning, 5, Hi. On the 
vitality of local names, 7, 4. On the 
dedication saint of Selsey Cathedral, 12, 
76 note. On the wealds of Sussex, Kent, 
&c. 14, 36. Mistaken derivations by, 16, 
*S4' *S6 note. On brooks, 17, 187 note. 
On crundel or crumbel, 21, 31. See 4, 68. 
8, 177 note. 178. 

Kemehethe (Camehide) legend relative to, 9) 
378 note. 

Kemeys, Martin of Tours, baron of, 9, 333. 

Kemp, Thomas Read, founder of Kemp town, 
descent of, 9, 38 note. See 13, 3o. 33. 
18, 73- 



KEMP. 



[ "4] 



KETELBY. 



Kemp, William, persecator of the quakers, 

13, 45- 16. 84- 

Kemp, William, ol Lewes, arms of, 25, 96. 

Kemp, William, of Slindon, arms of, 25, 99. 

Kemp, William, Withyham, 24, 203. 

Kempe, Anthony (of Slindon) armada con- 
tribution, 1, 36. Statue probably intended 
for him, 12, 99. 19, 132 note. Hb set- 
tlement at Slindon, marriages, &c. 19, 1 16. 
126 note. 

Kempe, Barbara, estate carried to her husband 
by, 19, 126 note. 

Kempe, C. E. on Cuckfield church and its 
carved bosses, 18, 184. 

Kempe, Sir Garrett, royalist, 19f 92. Royalist 
composition paid by, 94. An instance 
of the vexations put upon the king's friends, 
116. Attempts to prove him a- recusant, 
depositions pro and con.^ &c. 11 7-1 20. 
House rebuilt by him, 1 26 note. His son 
Philip, 117. 119, 120. 

Kempe, John, cardinal archbishop, church 
built by, 17, 87. His relations with Cade's 
followers, 18, 21. 34. A resident at May- 
field, 21, 7. 

Kempe, John, prior of Hastings, 13, 78. 

Kempe, Mr. ''best and honestest of all who 
belong to the exchequer," 1, 87. 

Kempe, Thomas, of Slindon, royalist compo- 
sition paid by, 19, 94. Bred a papist, 117. 
Admitted to his fine, 1 26 note. 

Kempe, William, of Cowden, parish payments 
to, 20, 109. no. 

Kemsing (Sensom) 12, 146. 

Ken, bishop, 9, 131, 132. 

Kenchley, Abraham, of Otham, 24, 253. 
264. William of Westham, rents paid 
and lands held by, 24, 250. 252. 254. 
259. 261. 

Kenchley, Elizabeth, Seaford, whipped for a 
'pickery,* 7, 105. 

Kendale, Robert de, duty entrusted to, 6, 51. 

Kendall, Edmund, land granted to, 22, 1 23. 

Kendall, Henry de, instituted vicar of Rye : 
prays leave to sue for tithe of fish, 13, 271. 

Kendall, mother and son, owners of South 
Bersted, 25, 114. 

Kendrick, Dr. James, jet chessmen exhibited 
and figured by, 8, 298. 

Kene, John, 12, 37. 

Kenelmeckie, Lewis viscount, 18, 179. 

Kenilworth, queen Elizabeth at, 10, 196. 
Church bells, 16, 168 7v*te, 

Kenn, capt. his demand on rev. Thomas 
Sharpe, 5, 76. 

Kennard, Faintnot, marriage entry, 14, 246. 

Kennard, destroyer of a quaker's goods, 16, 
123. 

Kennett, bishop, on the sweating sickness, 4, 
245. On the office of dean, 17} 35. 

Kcnnet TaUcy, Hants, 24, 159. '^ Point of 



correspondence between Sussex meres and, 
160. Animal remains, 160, 161. 

Kensing, or Kemsing, W. and son, payments 
for " apparrelling" of, &c. 20, 106, 107. 

Kensington palace, members of the Rowe 
family domiciled in, 24, 90. 

Kent, kingdom and kings of, 4, 74. 75. 78. 
80. 81. One borough English manor in 
the county, 6, 175. Boundary between 
Kent and Sussex, 9, 302. Londcm post 
office for the two counties burnt in the great 
fire, 370. Enactment relative to the price 
of Kent wool (1454) 10, 71. Men, money, 
stores, &c for defence of the county, 11, 
148. 149. 153. 162. Token currency con- 
fined to one town, 1 74. County roads and. 
road legislation, 15, 139, 140. Kent ditch 
the boundary between Sussex and Kent, 
152. Whereabouts of another Kent ditch, 
152 note. 

Kent, rising in, suppressed by Sir W. Sprin- 
gett, 20, 39. Ust of justices, 100. 

Kent, countess of, annuity out of Ydene manor 
secured to (1411} 10, 144* 

Kent, duchess of, notes of her visit with her 
daughter to Mayfield, 21, 21-23. 

Kent, Edmund, earl of, proof of age of John 
son and heir of, 12, 28. His Uneage, &c. 
28 note. 

Kent, Eliza Juliers, countess of, bequest to 
Westboume by, 22, 97. 

Kent, the " Infanta" of, 11, 123. 

Kent, John, Mayfield, 9, 183. 189. 191. 193. 
Kept from church by drunkenness, 201. 
His animosity towards Walter Gale, 200. 
201. 202. 204. 206. Dead, 206. 

Kent, John de, prior of Hardham, 12, 35. 

Kent, Thomas Holland, earl of, arms of, &c. 
d» 357* 13, no. Earls and widows of 
earls, ibid. 

Kent, Thomas de, "vadlet" to the earl of 
Lincoln, place given to, 22, 199. 

Kentish, Richard, and descendants, owners 
of Otehall, 19, 62. 

Kentwode, Reginald, dean of St. PauPs, 17, 76. 

Kenward, William, manor in Sutton owned 
by, 7, 121. 

Kenward, William, Fletching, 24, 205. 

Kenwards mansion possessed by the Cha- 
loners, 11, 12 note. 

Kenwellmershe, Ann, rhymed inscription on 
brass to, 23, 164* 

Kenynton, or Kenyngton, John de, rector of 
Rotherfield, 13, 306. Presentation, 17, 105. 

Keppels, earls of Albermarle, arms borne by 
the, 22, 142. 

Kerrich, Mr. on a bishop's effigy, 1, 130 note. 

Kesters, 25i 182, 183. 186. 191. 

Keswick, ancient copper mine at, 16, 139 n. 

Ketelby (or Kettleby) Mr. under-sheri£E of 
SussejL, 2, 107 note. 114. 



KETHER. 



[*x5] 



KILLINGBECK. 



Kether, local pronunciation of Kidder, 9, 127. 
Ketling (Ketlyne) Alan de, abbot of Battle, 
6, 45. 17, 46. Confusion of names, 47 n. 
Kettelby, or Kettleby, Mrs. 25, 173. 179. 
Kettlebum, Caithness, reliques found at, 8, 

295- 
Kettleby, Ralph, incumbent, Maresfield, 14, 

159. Memorials to himself and family, 165. 

Kettleworth magna, bell from, 16, 164 note. 

Key-fox (Petwoijh) Key-nor (Sidlesham) root 
name of, 7, 5. 

Keyllway, Ralph, rector of Waldron, 13, 86. 

Keyme, John, presented to St. Leonards, Hast- 
ings, 14, 70. 

Keyme, John, sen. and jun. lease and sale of 
Hollington free chap«l to, with the docu- 
ments in extensOf 21, 155, 156. 

Keyme, Margerie, widow of Richard, 222. 

Keymer (Keemer, Kymer) peculiar features of 
the church, 2, 273. Borough English in 
the manor, 6, 182. Subsidy list, 9, 83. 
Annual value of benefice (1650) 10, 23 
vote. The like of the manor (141 1) 132. 
Grant to Tipper and Da we, 13, 46. Church 
bells, 16, 152. 215. Inclosure act, 279. 
Mural paintings discovered in the church, 
17, 249, 250. Sussex token found, 254. 
Yearly value of lands, &c. (1649) ^^f ^^7» 
Apsidal chancel of the old church, 22, 56. 
Chief freeholder (1734) and his present 
representative, 23, 77. See 22, 135. 

Kbymbr, on Decorative Tiles found at, by 
Rev. E. Turner, M.A. 16, 126-137. Oc- 
casion of the discovery of, devices on the 
tiles, &c. 127, 128. Results of a further 
clearing of the site, 130, 131. Discovery 
of like examples at Hurstpierpoint, 132, 
133. Mansion and park, 134-137. More 
about the tiles, 18, 189. 

Keymer, Richard, co-purchaser of Chid- 
dingly rectory, 14, 237. 

Keymor at Sdsea, 4, 69. 

Keyne, John, and his niece Joan, 13, 34. 

Keynes family (Cahaignes, Caineto, Cheney, 
Cheyncs, de ftuerccto, &c.) by W. S. Wal- 
ford, F.S.A. 1, 132-141. Gifts to churches 
and religious foundations, 134, 135. 137. 
138. Personal encounters with sovereigns, 
i.?6, 137. Matilda de Cheney*s curse, 140. 
Pedigree, sketch, family arms, &c 141. 

Ke3mes, localities with the suffix or affix of, 
25, 108. Pedigrees, 109. See Cheyney. 

Keynes, Mr. his report on a ladies' school, 
17th cent 11, 30 note. 

Keynsham, see Kaynsham. 

Keys, medieval, esihibitedat Chichester, 1853, 
.8,310. 311. 

Kibe, Richard, royalist compounder, 19, 94. 

Kidbrook, Kidbroke, derivation of, 9, 126. 
Kidbrooke, Ashdown, 14, 94. Andent dyke, 
6o* Kidbroke manor, East Grinstead, 



20, 142. Mansion built by lord Aberga- 
venny, and sold to Lord Colchester, 143. 
See 23, 255 note. 24, 205 note. 

Kidd, Robert, 13, 46. ** Filius matris suae," 
14, 151. 

Kidder, Jane, quakeress, fined and persecuted 
for conventicle keeping, &c. 11, 178. 13, 
144. 16, 107. III. 112. 115. 118. Another 
forced to pay her fines because of her poverty, 
114. 116. 

Kidder, John and Drue, Maresfield, 24» 
207. 209. Long connection of the' family 
with Maresfield, 209 note. 

Kidder, Richard, bishop of Bath and 
Wells, and the Kidders of Maresfield, 
by Rev. Edw. Turner, 9, 125-138. An- 
tiquity and status of, and forest office pro- 
bably hereditary in, the family, 1 25. Various 
derivations of the name ; the family resi- 
dence, 126. Notices of earlier members, their 
possessions, issue, &c 127-129. Parentage, 
birthplace, and lost autobiography of the 
bishop, 1 29-13 1. His education, first pre- 
ferment, temporary ejectment, elevation 
to the episcopate, and sad end of himself 
and wife, 131, 132. His daughter and her 
descendants in Virginia, 133. Founder of 
the London and Irish branch of the family ; 
dvic career of his descendants; the 
famous pastry-cook and his book, 133, 
134. Vincent the Irish hero and his roy- 
ally descended wife : arms granted to his 
decendants, 135. His municipal eminence 
in Dublin, 136. James, emigrant to Ame* 
rica: spread of his descendants there; 
colony founded by one of them, 136, 137. 
The last Kidder of Maresfield, &c. 128. 
137. Pedigree, 138. See 2, 127 note. 12, 
55 no^f. 16,307. 20,151.165. 25, 2I4« 

Kidder, Richard, Lewes, two of the name, 
13, 30. Robert, Cowden overseer, 20, 118. 

Kidders of Maresfield: property held by the 
family, 14, 47. 150. Simon, parish clerk, 
155, 156. Richard the younger, his charit- 
able bequests, &c. 168. Thomas, 169. 

Kilbume, Richard, topographer, steward of 
manors in Sussex, 2, 167. Courts baron 
held by, 9, 295. Letters to S. Jeake trom^ 
16,302,303. 

Kildare, earl of, aprot^g^'s eulogy on, 11, 19. 
The eulogy reversed, 20. See 15, 79. 

Killegrew, William, commander of the body 
g^ard of Charles I. 18, 172. 

Killegrue, Robert, incumbent, Racton (1558) 
23, 16. 

Killingbeck, Elizabeth, « convinced,'* 16, 71. 

Killingbeck, Francis, rector, Poynings, arms 
quota of, 11, 225. 15, 30. His name 
cut on a beam in the church, 25. Date of 
his admission, 31. 

Killingbeck, Fr. incambent, Ardinglj, pay- 



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KINOSMILL. 



ments by Lindfield to, 19, 38. Church 

relics bought by, 38, 39. Pays for *' seat 

roome," " for the vicares wife for ever," 41. 

Killinbeck, or KUlenbeck, H. 16, 71. 24, 

105- 

Killingbeck, widow, " buried in the quakei's 
pound," 23, 67. 

Kilpcck, John de, baronies held by, 24, 36. 

Kilwarby (Kilwardby) Robert de, archbishop 
of Canterbury 1 1, 166 note. Made bishop of 
Porto, 2, 31. Place of his death, 33*324. 

Kilwick, Mr, vicar of Bosham, 18, 6. 

Kimbolton, portrait of Sir Edward Montague 
at, 14, 243. 

Kimmeridge amulet found, 6, 375. Com- 
position of. Kimmeridge clay, 11, 136. 
Origin of the roundles called "coal money/' 
137 note. 

Kimpson, rev. Edward, ticar of Rogate, work 
by, and query relative to, 22, 189. 

Kinderton, Gilbert Venables, baron of, pala- 
tinate offices held by the descendants of, 

9, 317 ^^^' 
Kineton battle, penalty for telling the truth 

about, 11, 35. 

King-ales, or church-ales, entries in Steyning 
church-book relative to, 8, 134-136. Season 
for, satirical description, &c. 134, 135 notes. 
Canon abolishing same, 136 note. 

King, the, and the prayer book, 25, 170. 30 1. 

King, Alice, daughter of John, 12, 41. 

King, Edward, excused his hearth money, 
20, 30. 

King, Henry, rector of Petwoith, afterwards 
bishop of Chichester, his correspondence 
with Mr. More, 359-264. How dealt with 
by the parliament, his character, poetic 
efforts, ic, 5, 49, 50. Archbishopric missed 
by, 11, 33. See 14, 23. 17, 61. 

King, James, parson, arms quota of, 11, 337. 

King, John, vicar, Eastbourne, 14, 139. 

-King, John, manorial payment charged on 
lands of, 14, 363. 

King, John, " Endleweek rents " payable by 
executors of, 24, 320. 

King, Margaret, will of, 6, 64. 

King, Mr. (Chichester antiquary) on barrows, 
1» 150. 159. On Roman remains at Bos- 
ham, 18, 2. 

King, Philip, canon of Chichester, B, 50. 

King, Richard, unconstitutional payment of 
a debt c^, 14, 134* 

King, Rev. S. W. stone weapons exhibited 
and figured by, 8, 294. 

King, Thomas, of Chichester, engravings 
and drawings by, 8, 30»' 3^3- His en- 
gravings of monumental brasses, &c. 23, 

130. 141* 
King, Thos. Wm. York herald, papers and 
information commumcated by, &c. 3, 91 • 
8, 97. 12, 166 noU, 16, 14- 21, 17. 



King, widow, Cowden, 20, loi. Payment 

to her for ^'victualing" a widow, 105* 
King, old Hastings family name, 14, 86. 
Kinge, John, knighthood oompositioa, 16, 50w 
Kinge, Philippa, Easboome nun, ''not of 

good conversation," her paramoor and 

abductor, 9, 17, 18. 
Kingeston, Thomas, share of the Pdjming;^ 

property allotted to, 15, 59. 
Kingrestone, Emma de, gift to Caketo priory 

by, 11, 96. 
Kingeswode, John, tenement, &c. given to 

Sele priory by, 10, 109. Device and legtend 

on his seal, 109, no. See Kingswode. 
Kinggesfold (Kyggcsfold) John dc, and wife, 

monumental brass, 23, 177. 
Kingley bottom yew trees, 18, 94. 
Kingly vale, excavations and barrows in, 1, 

150. 159 note, 
King-play, description of the, 8, 133. 
Kings, acceptance of bribes by> for judidai 

decisions, 4, 131, 132. 
Kingsbames (Kyngsbemes) tithes given to 

Sde priory, 10, 1 14. Wrongful claim of 

same by the canons of Steyning, 123. 

Manorial rent (141 1) 138. 
Kings bames hundred, 23, 219. A small 

estate only, 219 note. Parliamentary sor- 

vey, 229, 330. Origin of the name, 229 

note. See 13,12$. 16,253. 
King's bench court, witnesses cited before the, 

12, 30. 32. 34. The marshal oompUdncd 

of for leniency to quaker prisoners, 16, 94* 

Obliged to compound with the informer, 95. 
King's college, Cambridge, library bequeathed 

by Jacob Bryant to, 10,39. 
Kingsoote, John, dean of Hastings, 13, 

154- 
King's evil, death from, 1, 97. Ccrtificafie 

for the royal touch, t^ note. Sufferers 

sent from Cowden to London, 20, in. 

A touch at Charles the first's shirt deemed 

a cure for, 24, 3. See Royal touch. 

Kingsfold hamlet, 16, 256. 

King's galleys built at Rve, 17, 133. 

Kingsham (Kynggisham) place, yearly value 
(141 1) 10, 136. Manor bought t^ Boz- 
grove priory, 15, 93. 

Kingsham, Chichester, royal and other occu- 
pants of, 15, 168. See K3mgsham. 

King's head, inn sign, Brighton, origin of 
the, 10, 189. 

King's head messuage and brewhouse, Hast* 
ings, 14, 68. 

Kingsland, James, walk-keeper, Asfadown 
forest, 14, 48. Lodge and Isind held by, 
23, 246. 299. His allowances, &c. 303, 

304. 

Kingsmill, Rev.. H. rector of Buxted, infor- 
mation communicated by, 9, 2i8. 

KingsmiU, Thomas, captain of smugglers. 



KINGSNOTH. 



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KNEPP. 



character and deeds of, 10, 84, 85. Cap- 
tured and convicted, 88. Gibbeted, 89. 

Kingsnoth, east, Battel abbey dairy at, 17, 29. 

" King's provision " refused by a country par- 
son, 6, 231. Oppressiveness of the custom 
of purveyance, 232. 

** longstanding hill," Ashdown forest, tradi- 
tion regarding, 14, 49, 50. 23, 247 note, 

KingstoU farm, formerly Kingswode, 9, 151 
Tiote. 

Kingston, near Arundel, united to Ferring, 
absorbed by the sea, bequests to the chapel 
of, 12, 07. Present condition, 97 note. 

Kingston (Kyngeston) Bowsey, Buci, or By- 
sea, juxta Shoreham, Fishersgate hundred, 
Bramber rape: yearly value of manor 
(141 1) 10, 139. Incumbent's arms quota, 
11, 225. Owner (1387} of the manor and 
advowson, 12, 31 note. Gift of a camccUe 
of land in, 32. Parson of (1341) 33' Dedi- 
cation of church unknown, 107. Crown 
presentations, 258. 21, 63. Manor granted 
to Tipper and Dawe, 13, 48. Arun haven, 
16, 255. Grant of the manor, 17> 80. 
Altar tomb in the church, 97. Common 
fine on the manor, 23, 237. Parishioners 
married at Glynde, 24, 102. 

Kingston Bowsey, and Kingston jujc/a Lewes, 
church bells, 16, 142. 143. 147. 165. 166. 
167. 21 j. 

Kingston juxto Lewes, Swanborough hundred, 
Lewes rape : custom of the " Dnnker acre," 
and "treading out the Wish" at, 4, 305- 
307. Subsidy list (162 1) 9, 75- The 
Vinalls of Kingston, 75 note. Newton pro- 
perty, 326. 329. Yearly value of the bene- 
fice C1650) 10, 23 note. Incumbent's arms 
quota, 11, 225. The Cockshut in, 15, 163. 
Yearly value of lands, &c. (1649) 19, 207, 
Crown presentations, 21, 63. Common 
fine on the " burrough," 23, 234. Site of 
Swanborough court leet, 235. 

Kingston stade, 11, 150. 

Kingston, Surrey, Saxon kings crowned at, 
4, 77. Cucking of a scold at (1745) 9, 
362. See 15, 147. 

Kingston wood, John Ray botanizing in, 10, 
24. 

Kingston, Alfred, information communicated 
by, 25, 235. 

Kingston, Pierpoints dukes of, 11, 56, 57. 15' 

79- 
Kingstone, John, canon of Hasting^, 13, 147. 

Kingswode, in Sandrigg, given to Bayham, 

9,151. See Kingeswode. Kyngewode. 
Kinnaird, James Radcliffe lord, afterwards 

earl of Newburgh, Slindon how acquired 

by, 19, 126 note. 
Kipling, Joshua, bell-founder, 16, 180. 196. 

Verses on one of his bells, 188 note. 
Kirby family, manor possessed bythe|6> i63* 



Kirby, I. dghteenth century token, 10, 209. 

Kirby, Rev. John, 13, 96. Manor inherit«l 
and sold by, 21, 15. 

Kirby, T. knighthood composition, 16, 49. 

Kirby Lonsdale benefice, 10, 20 note, 

Kircesfield church, form of seizin observed 
on the gift of, 7f 213. 

Kirdford (Kyrdeford) nonae return, 1, 64. 
Destmction of woods at, 2, 212. Yearly 
value (141 1) 10, 137. Dedication saint, 
&c* 12, 93, 94. Quit rents, 15, 119. As- 
size rents, 120. Church bells, 16, 147. 
194. 215. Streams, 256. 269. Crown 
presentations to, 21, 63. A pluralist vicar, 

24, 176 note. See 17> no. 120. 19, 103. 
Kiriel, Elizabeth, yearly value of manor held 

by, 10, 144. 
Kiriell, Sir Thomas, share taken in the 

slaughter of the people of Caux by, 8, 1 12. 
Kirk Burton church, de Warrenne arms in 

the windows of, 11, 61. 
Kirkeby, John, yearly value of lands held as 

trustee by, 10, 139. 
Kirkeman, R. an esq. at Agincourt, 15, 130. 
Kirkham, Robert, presentation, 17, 106. 
Kirrell, John, of Sevenoaks, arms of, 25, 94* 
Kitchenham, Thomas, Fletching, 24, 205. 

" KlTCHBN-MlDDBN*' AT NbWHAVBN, by M. 

A. Lower, M.A, F.S.A, 18, 165-161. Cd. 
Walker's description, 166. Lieut Ardagh*s 
detailed account of the locaUf 167, i68« 
The flint flake theory, 168. Apropos 
anecdote, 168 note. Animal remains: 
Roman roads, 169. 

Kitson, Richard, parson, arms quota of, 11, 
225. Custos of St. Mary's hospital, Chi- 
Chester, 24, 53, 54. 

Knatchbull, Eliz. and RIdiard, 13» 57 n. 78. 

KnatchbuU, Geo. marriage entry, 14, 246. 

Knell, lady de, yearly vsdue (141 1) of manor 
held by, 10, 144. 

Knelle manor, and Edmond le Knelle, 12^ 
226 note. 13» 140. * 

Knelle, Matthew de, river commission con- 
fided to, 9« 296. 

Knellesflete, obstruction of the Rother at, 9| 

345- 
Knep castle, royal visits at, 2, 134. 135. 136. 

See 8, 32. 16,245. 18, 106. 146, 147. 

25, 215. 

Kmepp Castle, Docuhbnts relating to, 
collected by Rev. John Sharpe, communi- 
cated by Sir Charles Merrik Burrell, bart, 
M.P. with remarks by W. H. Blaauw, 3y 
1-12. Site of the castle, period of its 
history, &c. i. Seized by king John ; his 
residence there, &c. 2. His orders relative 
to deer, dogs, boars, &c 2-6. Timber 
felled for fortifying Dover, 7. Orders for 
strengthening the castle, 8. Restored to the 
Braoses and subsequently re-seized by John, 



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KNOX. 



9, lOb Its destruction ordered, 11. Later 
notiees, 12. Grimm's view, 337. Ad- 
ditional Documents, 5, 143-146. 

Knepp (or Cnapp) Castle, by Rev. Edw. 
Turner, MA. V.P. 22, 13-20. Its site, 
inference from its smallness, various spell- 
ings of the name, Cartwright's ingenious 
derivation, &x:. 13, 14. Remains of the 
original structure, road partly made from 
its materials, 14, 15. Period of its origfin, 
builder and first owner, 15, 16. King 
John's dealings with it and its ocdipants, 
his order for its destruction, &c 16-19. 
Latest documentary notice of it, 20. Ancient 
flow of salt water up to the castle, 234. 

Knep (or Knappe) park paling, tenants' ser- 
vice connected with, 9, 251. 361. Owner 
in 1387, 12, 31 note. See 13, 135. 126. 

Kneppe, or Knappe, and Sele priory, 10, 113. 
119. 135. 127. Gift of John de la Kneppe 
to Sele, 117. 

Knepp pond, formerly a hammer-pond, 2, 
217. £fee 16, 249. 

Knife, seizin of landis, &c. given by the, see 
Grants "per cultellum.'* 

Knight, effigy of a, found at Lewes, 1, 43. 
Vessel in form of a mounted knight, 45.- 

Knight family of Cowden, 13, 308. 

Knight family, bdl-founders, 16, 156 note. 
177. 177 note. 178. 191. 192. 190. 

Knight, Elizabeth, Pevensey, widow, property 
held by and leased to, 24, 279, 280. 

Knight, Geo. warden, Sackville coll. 20, 160. 

Knight, John or Jonas, and Richard, church- 
wardens, Cowden, 20, 95. 10 1. 108. 

Knight, Mr. leather mug exhibited by, 16, 

304- 
Knight, Oliver, copyhold of, and rent for same, 

23, 308. 
Knight, Payne, collection ci antiques of, 8, 

283. 15, 241 note. 
Knight, Richard, burial direction, 12, 108. 
Knight, Richard, and the quakers, 16, 107. 

115. Hindered by a " Strang providence" 

from seizing a quaker's goods, 108. 
Knight, Sarah, wife of Leonard Gale, her 

husband's eulogy on, &c. 12, 52. Their 

issue, 52 note. 
Knight, Thomas, vicar of Sutton with Sea- 
ford, 7, 117. 17, 161. 
Knight, Thomas, bailifi of, South Bersted, 

25, ii3-'i6. 
Knight, William, Petworth, drawings by, 19, 

134. Coins in his possession, 144. 
Knight, Thomas and John, curious rhymed 

registry of the burial of, 24, 171. 
Knighthood of the Royal Oak projected by 

Charles II. 5, 104* 
Knighthood compositions, E. Grinstead, 20, 

174. See Compositions. 
•Knighton, W. de, chronicler, on the character 



of Edward II. 2, 81. Event on which he b 
silent, 3, 315. 

Knighton, Sir William, painting by Albert 
Durer exhibited by,